Rocket Validator looks for accesibility violations on your pages using the axe-core accessibility engine, hosted on our own servers. No need to install anything on your sites.
Rocket Validator checks the HTML markup of your web pages using the Nu HTML Checker by the W3C, hosted on our own servers.
Deep Link Crawling
Rocket Validator will crawl your submitted sites in search for pages to validate. Starting with the submitted URL, it will collect the internal links and then it wil visit those links in search for more internal links. This way, we can get thousands of pages from your sites in minutes.
XML Sitemap Parsing
If you prefer a greater control over the exact URLs that you want to validate on your site, you can submit an XML sitemap instead of your home page URL. Here is a reference of the syntax expected on an XML sitemap, and here is an XML sitemaps Generator.
All the HTML issues found on your web pages are grouped together and put in a nicely formatted summary report where you see how each different issue affects your whole site. You get the big picture, so you can fix issues globally, instead of having to go page by page.
You get a specific, per-URL report where you can see the errors and warnings for each individual page, and re-check as needed.
Broken links checker
If our web scraper can't reach some of the internal pages on your validated site, these unreachable pages will be shown on a dedicated tab so you can know where they were linked from and fix the broken link.
At Rocket Validator, we also believe that speed is a feature. When you submit a site for validation, you'll typically get the full validation report in minutes, not hours or days. The average validation time for a 1000 pages site is under 2 minutes. When you re-check individual web pages, you get the results inmediately.
Any site validation report that you generate can be easily shared with your colleagues or clients. Just share its URL and they'll be able to see all the validation results - but only you can re-check web pages. You can, for example, send them a first report before you start working on fixing a site, and then share a later report to show how many HTML issues are gone after your work!