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    HTML Table Fix

    Dear Friends,

    I amhaving real tough time to work with a heavily nested table. The layout of the site is table based and there are lots of nested ones. I think their are some problem with the table. may be some nested table elements were not properly closed . how can i find a online tool which will help me to find out the HTML table errors in a Html Page ?

    Thanks.

    Coolsaint

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    Put your page through the validator:
    http://validator.w3.org/

    this will show up any errors in the code.

    Nadia

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    Thank you Nadia.

    I wish I will do a Validator Check. Tyssen I have Webdeveloper extension installed in my firefox. But How does it fix Table structure? I have seen it shows Table element as onmouseover highlighted block. That is useful. But I can't find any problem analyzing by webdeveloper till now. I wish validator check will show me something. It always did. Thank you all.

    Coolsaint

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    One of the little Firefox features I didn't notice until recently:

    If you view the source of the document in Firefox is will highlight red elements that are mismatched, unmatched, etc. (I'm not sure if this is part of the Web Developer Extension or not, I have that too.)

    HTH,
    Erik

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    Sorry, I wasn't thinking straight, I meant the HTML Tidy extension which highlights missing tags etc.: http://users.skynet.be/mgueury/mozilla/


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