Listing posts tagged with "w3c-validator"
Non-document errors are now inside the HTML issues sectionby Jaime IniestaWe've simplified reports including non-document errors and those are now within the HTML issues section.
HTML Checker upgraded to W3C Validator Nu 20.6.30by Jaime IniestaThe HTML validation server has been upgraded to the latest version released of Validator.nu by the W3C, which adds some fixes and improvements related with checking CSS, SVG, and ARIA.
HTML Checker upgraded to W3C Validator Nu 20.3.16by Jaime IniestaThe HTML validation server has been upgraded to version 20.3.16 of Validator.nu by the W3C, which adds some fixes and improvements related with checking CSS, SVG, and ARIA.
Chrome extensions for HTML validationby Jaime IniestaChrome extensions offer a great way to extend your browser with tools that help you in your daily job as a web developer. In this article we analyze the most popular extensions that help you with HTML validation directly from your browser.
What to do if you disagree about a checking reportby Jaime IniestaOur mission at Rocket Validator is help you quickly check web pages in your large site, but we're mere messengers between you and the checkers. What to do if you disagree with the checking results?
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How to fix your validation issues?by Jaime IniestaWhile most of the users of Rocket Validator are web professionals, freelancers and web studios, there are also many other users that come to our site in search for a fix for their HTML validation errors.
Have you been blocked by the W3C Validator?by Jaime IniestaHave you ever tried to validate a web page at the W3C validator and faced a warning message about Excessive traffic pattern blocked. If you have, you've been banned. Learn why this happens (there's a good reason!), and how to avoid it.
W3C Validator is dead, long live Validator.nu!by Jaime IniestaIt may not be apparent, but the W3C HTML Validator that we've been using all these years, yes, the one at validator.w3.org, is dead. But, there's a faster, more modern and more robust validator also maintained by the W3C.
New Report Form Redesignedby Jaime IniestaThe New Report form has been redesigned to provide a simpler interface.
Live Reports UI Redesignby Jaime IniestaThe reports user interface has been redesigned to make it simpler, lighter and much faster.
New Activity Viewby Jaime IniestaThe new Activity view is here to simplify your work, by showing the latest 10 sites you've been working on, and the latest report for each one, pointing you to the 3 most important accessibility and HTML issues detected on the latest scan.
Progress Report Emailsby Jaime IniestaStarting this Friday, we'll send progress reports by email with a digest of your activity for the week, and links to the latest reports you've been working on.
Increased Report Data Storageby Jaime IniestaReport data storage has been increased for all users.
Filter out tags with the 'none' modeby Jaime IniestaThe tag filter has a new 'none' mode that allows you to filter out by tags.
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