I do a View Source on all my generated pages, save it as a file, then run
the file through Arachnophilia's tag checker. It reports missing tags and
line numbers where there are errors. Arachnophilia is "careware", I have
used it for a long time. There are doubtless other programs that will do
this as well.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jack Sasportas [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2001 2:17 PM
> To: php
> Subject: [PHP] Troubleshooting syntax ?
> OK I'm sure we've all run into this fun problem.
> Sometimes we forget a </table> etc, from our html, and our friend
> Netscape doesn't display anything if the syntax is wrong or
> missing. IE
> on the other hand assumes what you are doing and displays it fine.
> Can anyone suggest a tool / web site etc, that helps you
> check the html
> code for the missing / wrong syntax so that it is spotted quickly like
> making it red or something, instead of reading through
> hundreds of lines
> of code, hopefully catching the problem?
> Jack Sasportas
> Innovative Internet Solutions
> Phone 305.665.2500
> Fax 305.665.2551
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