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    Question How to Validate Website/Page

    I find 20 errors in my theme using W3C HTML Validation Service validation and only 7 has been fixed , i do not understand how to fix other 13.

    Can You refer me any tutorial for learning how to make correction.

    there is an option Validate error pages, will that make pages valid?



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    Well if you shared your errors maybe the guys here could help you
    But basically the tool itself should tell you whats wrong,and then use google to find out how to solve those problems

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    Some of the error messages are cryptic. I do have plans to write a tutorial about interpreting the messages, but have not yet gotten to it.

    Post your error messages and let's see if we can help.

    BTW, many of the errors reported simply mean that the page's code does not meet the specification set by the DOCTYPE tag. It doesn't necessarily mean that the page is broken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    Some of the error messages are cryptic. I do have plans to write a tutorial about interpreting the messages, but have not yet gotten to it.

    Post your error messages and let's see if we can help.

    BTW, many of the errors reported simply mean that the page's code does not meet the specification set by the DOCTYPE tag. It doesn't necessarily mean that the page is broken.
    yea but maybe he wants xhtml pages

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxtoni View Post
    yea but maybe he wants xhtml pages
    i find html validator addon for firefox, i will test it then will share my reviews here.



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    These was nice and informative discussion going on here about the validate website/pages. It is important to validate your website, even if it is working "fine" for you. The reason for that is simple, if your website has HTML or CSS errors it will be contingent on the error correction function of browsers.

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    I never heard about this validation, all i cared is Google errors and the rest popular browsers test and that is all what is needed. Correct me if im wrong.
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