Re: [WSG] W3C CSS Validation Service

2007-08-28 Thread Devi Web Development
The online validators are all still kept separate, although work on unicorn
( http://www.w3.org/QA/Tools/Unicorn/ ) is moving, if slowly. However, the
LogValidator is a server tool which includes html, xhtml, and css
validators. It can be found at http://www.w3.org/QA/Tools/LogValidator/


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On 8/25/07, Joyce Evans [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  I used to validate my XHTML at one W3C URL, and then there was another
 URL where I validated my CSS style sheet(s).  It seems this has been
 combined so that I can now validate both my CSS style sheet and my XHTML
 markup at this URL:  http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/.  I'd like to
 verify that this is a correct observation on my part.



 Also, I used to think I had to validate every single page of a website I
 developed (they've all been small websites).  Today, I typed in only the URL
 for the website I wanted to validate, and I received the message that no
 error was found.  I'd like to verify this as well – that I only need to type
 in the website's URL and not each individual page.



 Thank you for responding to what are probably elementary questions.



 Joyce


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Re: [WSG] W3C CSS Validation Service

2007-08-26 Thread Spirit Q.9 Gaming
Tested, nice. ^_^

On 8/26/07, Joyce Evans [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  I used to validate my XHTML at one W3C URL, and then there was another
 URL where I validated my CSS style sheet(s).  It seems this has been
 combined so that I can now validate both my CSS style sheet and my XHTML
 markup at this URL:  http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/.  I'd like to
 verify that this is a correct observation on my part.



 Also, I used to think I had to validate every single page of a website I
 developed (they've all been small websites).  Today, I typed in only the URL
 for the website I wanted to validate, and I received the message that no
 error was found.  I'd like to verify this as well – that I only need to type
 in the website's URL and not each individual page.



 Thank you for responding to what are probably elementary questions.



 Joyce



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Re: [WSG] W3C CSS Validation Service

2007-08-26 Thread Stuart Foulstone
Hi,

When I go to the link you give, I read below the input form the following
statement:

Note: If you want to validate your CSS style sheet embedded in an (X)HTML
document, you should first check that the (X)HTML you use is valid. 

which links to the Markup Validator.


To me this implies:

it is not validating X(HTML) - just CSS.

If your CSS is in a separate external stylesheet it can check that once
for the entire site.

If you have embeded CSS, you have to validate the X(HTML) for each page
before validating the CSS.



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Tel. 07751 413451

On Sun, August 26, 2007 9:09 am, Spirit Q.9 Gaming wrote:
 Tested, nice. ^_^

 On 8/26/07, Joyce Evans [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  I used to validate my XHTML at one W3C URL, and then there was another
 URL where I validated my CSS style sheet(s).  It seems this has been
 combined so that I can now validate both my CSS style sheet and my XHTML
 markup at this URL:  http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/.  I'd like to
 verify that this is a correct observation on my part.



 Also, I used to think I had to validate every single page of a website I
 developed (they've all been small websites).  Today, I typed in only the
 URL
 for the website I wanted to validate, and I received the message that no
 error was found.  I'd like to verify this as well – that I only need to
 type
 in the website's URL and not each individual page.



 Thank you for responding to what are probably elementary questions.



 Joyce



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Re: [WSG] W3C CSS Validation Service

2007-08-26 Thread Dusan Smolnikar
Css validator does not validate html. Maybe you got confused by the  
fact that you can enter a link to an html file. All it does is, it  
checks that html file for any css (inline or external) and validates  
the css. And if I recall correctly, this feature has been around for  
a while.


As Stuart noted, if your css is in external file it's always the  
same. You can only validate that once. But you still have to validate  
the html for each page separately. The html validator cannot find all  
of your pages to validate them.



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RE: [WSG] W3C CSS Validation Service

2007-08-26 Thread Joyce Evans
Thanks to you and Stuart.  

Joyce 

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Subject: Re: [WSG] W3C CSS Validation Service

Css validator does not validate html. Maybe you got confused by the  
fact that you can enter a link to an html file. All it does is, it  
checks that html file for any css (inline or external) and validates  
the css. And if I recall correctly, this feature has been around for  
a while.

As Stuart noted, if your css is in external file it's always the  
same. You can only validate that once. But you still have to validate  
the html for each page separately. The html validator cannot find all  
of your pages to validate them.


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[WSG] W3C CSS Validation Service

2007-08-25 Thread Joyce Evans
I used to validate my XHTML at one W3C URL, and then there was another URL
where I validated my CSS style sheet(s).  It seems this has been combined so
that I can now validate both my CSS style sheet and my XHTML markup at this
URL:  http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/.  I'd like to verify that this is
a correct observation on my part.

 

Also, I used to think I had to validate every single page of a website I
developed (they've all been small websites).  Today, I typed in only the URL
for the website I wanted to validate, and I received the message that no
error was found.  I'd like to verify this as well - that I only need to type
in the website's URL and not each individual page.

 

Thank you for responding to what are probably elementary questions.

 

Joyce 

 



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