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My current web site appears correct. However, I know some browsers are
smart enough to get around misplaced tags, and other syntax errors.
Does anyone know of a good browser(s) that isn't so forgiving but
still supports server-side html (shtml) and php scripting?
Also, are there any tools out there that identify syntax errors within
html, javascript, php, and or pearl code?
Chris
Jul 17 '05 #1
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PHP, SSI and Perl are server-side, that mean the code are not seen on the
browser, only the generated code, which result as HTML.

The best validator for Html is http://validator.w3.org

For others it only depend on how good you know the language as there is so
many way to code them for doing the same job, some are faster, more secure
or more flexible. I dont think there is a tool that can do all that for us.
And for them if you write incorrectly, it just wont work.

Savut
http://www.savut.com

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My current web site appears correct. However, I know some browsers are
smart enough to get around misplaced tags, and other syntax errors.
Does anyone know of a good browser(s) that isn't so forgiving but
still supports server-side html (shtml) and php scripting?
Also, are there any tools out there that identify syntax errors within
html, javascript, php, and or pearl code?
Chris


Jul 17 '05 #2

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