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From: Szymanski, Joseph R <joseph_szymanski@merck.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 12:25:44 -0400
Message-ID: <CFB92F29A22BDE47B763B114527364D829FABF@usctmx1116.Merck.com>
To: "'www-validator@w3.org'" <www-validator@w3.org>
I have an idea that may be helpful to many web developers.  I have only done
a small amount of development myself, but recent work at my internship
required the creation of a brand new web page.  I wanted to be sure that the
XHTML was valid, so I have been using the validator.  However, with about 50
pages currently to check, it get tedious when I have to do a full recheck
because of a baseline change in all of the pages.

What I am suggesting is that you implement some sort of group uploading
option.  I realize it may be difficult to implement correctly, but it would
be much easier to choose even just 5-10 files at a time to check, rather
than one at a time.

Joseph R. Szymanski
Merck Intern
Global Clinical Supplies Operations
* 215.993.9764
* joseph_szymanski@merck.com
* WP78A-21
       P.O. Box 4
       West Point, PA 19486-0004




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