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W3C Validator Project


Greetings! We're glad you've taken the time to find out more about the W3C Validator Project!!!

Briefly, it's a project to test the validity of the markup language in web pages.

This page will fail because of uppercase CHARSET in this line:

<META HTTP-EQUIV="content-type" CONTENT="text/html; CHARSET=ISO-8859-1">

For that reason we are including several high-bit test characters right here:

  • ASCII 169 = = Entity ©
  • ASCII 235 = = Entity ë
  • ASCII 227 = = Entity ã
  • ASCII 234 = = Entity ê
  • ASCII 232 = = Entity è
  • ASCII 233 = = Entity é
  • ASCII 225 = = Entity á
  • ASCII 224 = = Entity à
  • ASCII 226 = = Entity â
  • ASCII 227 = = Entity ã
  • ASCII 228 = = Entity ä
  • ASCII 209 = = Entity Ñ
  • ASCII 241 = = Entity ñ

Please look over the information and consider how you may be able to help with the project.

If you should be able to supply missing information or assist with the project by making a contribution to sponsor the project, we would love to have you contact us!

Please click on the content links at left to browse the information we have available.

Important Warnings

The validator has found the following problem(s) prior to validation, which should be addressed in priority:

  1. No Character Encoding Found! Falling back to UTF-8.

    I was not able to extract a character encoding labeling from any of the valid sources for such information. Without encoding information it is impossible to reliably validate the document. I'm falling back to the "UTF-8" encoding and will attempt to perform the validation, but this is likely to fail for all non-trivial documents.

Sorry! This document can not be checked.

  1. Sorry, I am unable to validate this document because on line 85 it contained one or more bytes that I cannot interpret as utf-8 (in other words, the bytes found are not valid values in the specified Character Encoding). Please check both the content of the file and the character encoding indication.

    The error was: utf8 "\xF1" does not map to Unicode