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Chapter 15. Testing Your Site > Cleaning Up HTML

15.5. Cleaning Up HTML

You've been reading about what great HTML code Dreamweaver writes, and how all you hand-coders need to get on the WYSIWYG bandwagon. But there are exceptions to every rule. In the process of formatting text, deleting elements, and—in general—building a Web page, it's quite possible to end up with less-than-optimal HTML coding. While Dreamweaver usually catches potentially sloppy HTML, you may nonetheless run across instances of empty tags, redundant tags, and nested <font> tags in your Dreamweaver pages.

For example, if you attach a link to some picture and text, and later delete the linked item, Dreamweaver may leave the leftover code for the link in place like this:


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