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
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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