On Sat, 2003-08-23 at 22:26, Silviu Cojocaru wrote:

> The best thing you can do is to run your pages through a validator.
> There is one at http://www.w3c.org/ and when I am offline I use tidy to
> solve errors and warnings. Usually solving all warnings and errors tidy
> points out is a winner ticket for you page(s) to pass the w3c validator
> tests.

If you go for XHTML, you can easily validate your pages locally using
xmllint (provided that you have the DTD available of course).

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