Platform: Windows XP, Windows Vista
Number of downloads: 232
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Powerful, inexpensive, indispensable, highly user configurable, and easy to use HTML, XHTML, and CSS development tool that assists in the creation of syntactically correct and accessible HTML, XHTML, and CSS documents. Just open an HTML, XHTML, or CSS document with HTML Validator and tell it to do its thing! Easy to understand syntax errors, warning and other messages will appear below the source of your document. Simply click on one of these messages and you will be taken to the place in your document where the problem is. Fix the problem, check the document again (to make sure that the problem is fixed), and then save it when you're finished.
If you think that you're writing clean HTML, then you'll be surprised at what CSE HTML Validator will find in your documents! CSE HTML Validator is an indispensable tool for any HTML author. An evaluation version of CSE HTML Validator Professional is available as a FREE download for you to try before you buy. CSE HTML Validator Lite, a less powerful but completely free edition, is also available.
Using an HTML validator helps ensure that documents are free of syntax errors that can result in unexpected output when users who view the syntactically incorrect documents view them with different browsers. It also helps ensure that documents will continue to be viewable in the future as new browser versions are released.
Simply testing HTML documents on a browser does not test for HTML validity. Invalid HTML documents may be treated differently by different browsers and cause web pages to look like something that was never intended. It can even cause web pages to render in some browsers but not render at all in others. Making sure that web documents are syntactically correct helps to make sure that they are always viewed the way that you want them to be-- and that they are written the way that they should be. A valid document also looks good to someone who is looking at your document to see how well you have designed it, both aesthetically and syntactically.