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xhtml validation

From: Tom Dierickx <dierickx_dude@hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 19 Dec 2004 11:13:49 -0600
Message-ID: <BAY21-F38D4682146AB9F4B9CC32C83A10@phx.gbl>
To: site-comments@w3.org

I have a suggestion which can be good for both me and many other users and 
not to hard to realise for w3c!:

I'm currently developing a php page _with_ login system. When I want to 
validate it for xhtml, I should execute my page, save the generated source 
code and afterwoods upload it to the validator.w3.org.

I would suggest a third possible way to validate xhtml: "Validate by 
textarea"! This would be a simple textarea on validator.w3.org in which 
generated xhtml code can be pasted. This will have some advantages for 
1. You do not have to save generated source code, which may take some time 
when validating a lot.
2. You do not get html files on your computer, just for a validation, 
without further purpose.
3. While uploading, you do not have to browse to the exact location of the 
saved html file.

After all... this this is more or less the same as the upload validation. 
But would be more convenient. Maybe worth of considering.

Yours sincerelly

Tom Dierickx,

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Received on Sunday, 19 December 2004 17:14:11 UTC

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