Re: HTML Validation from browser (Opera 5)

iCab, available only for Macintosh, also offers this. You can validate with
the W3C validator or via BBEdit (a Macintosh authoring tool that validates).
For HTML there is also auto-validation built in, via a small smiley/frown

The browser is available from and claims to be the first
browser that fully supports HTML 4.0. It is the only graphics browser I have
used that shows up accesskeys, abbreviations and acronyms, and a few other
features by default. It does HTML, Java/Javascript, but doesn't support CSS
in the current version. That is apparently on their to-do list.

Other tools also have validation - HomeSite, an authoring tool from Allaire,
Amaya, a browser/authoring tool from W3C, asWedit, an authoring tool from
alvasoft (not the same people as alva, who make screenreader and braille
technology) are some of them. And there are a couple of other validators on
the web, too.


Charles McCN

On Sat, 10 Feb 2001, Graham Oliver wrote:

  I stumbled across this functionality.
  You can validate a page on the web using the W3C HTML
  validator, straight from Opera 5.0
  Available at

Received on Sunday, 11 February 2001 20:25:36 UTC