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An idea

From: Alan Reed <ajreed@btinternet.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 09:26:42 -0400 (EDT)
To: www-validator@w3.org
Message-Id: <E15mbBJ-0001y0-00@tungsten.btinternet.com>
I have just used the HTML validator to check all the pages (13) of 
my new site, and alls well, eventually!!

As small changes will be made from time to time, and I wish to 
continue to ensure that all the pages remain valid, it would be nice 
if there were a way to submit a set of pages for validation in one 
lump.  Perhaps by submitting a text file of local filenames (to be 
the equivalent of the upload mode) or a set of urls.  Then for 
continued site monitoring the user would prepare this list just once 
and have an easy method to monitor the whole site.

Perhaps in this situation, the report produced would be brief either 
showing 'valid' or xx errors for each page checked.  Then for those 
pages that failed, an individual validation could be performed as 
now to get the full report on its failings.

Unless of course I've missed how this could be done with the 
present system?????

Alan Reed
Received on Friday, 28 September 2001 04:28:03 UTC

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