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Part I: Learning XHTML > Validating XHTML Documents

Chapter 8. Validating XHTML Documents

Before making your Web pages accessible to the public, you'll want to take several steps to make sure they're in the best shape possible. They should be run through a spell-checker, a proofreader can help with grammar, a copy editor might be employed to help out, and your pages might need to go through several levels of managerial approval if you're working on a company site. All of these tasks are necessary in many cases, but one more check should be made before "going live": validation.

This chapter teaches you:

  • What validation means

  • How to use the W3C HTML Validation Service

  • How to interpret and correct errors


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