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    Looking for HTML validator for Mac

    Are there any HTML validators for Mac, HTML 5 preferably, thats out there and relatively popular in the industry?
    I used to use HTML Tidy for firefox, but its outdated I guess.
    Hopefully its a chrome extension.
    Of course, preferably its free to

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    Why not just use the W3C validator http://validator.w3.org/
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    Also http://www.456bereastreet.com/archiv...nsion_updates/ (you should only use this with a local copy of the validator; making it use the online validator.nu service will make you DOS the service).
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    HTML (all versions) is not , nor should it be, plaform specific. As mentioned above , I tend to use W3C validaror , as it allows direct input or links. Some text editors offer validation features, off the top of my head CODA comes to mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by resting View Post
    Are there any HTML validators for Mac, HTML 5 preferably, thats out there and relatively popular in the industry?
    I used to use HTML Tidy for firefox, but its outdated I guess.
    Hopefully its a chrome extension.
    Of course, preferably its free to
    HTML validator for Mac is available. Btw, what kind of Mac version do you used? If you Mac is OS X version, you can use this HTML with simple, reliable and repeatable. And it works without connecting to the internet.


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