[TxMt] Validate HTML while using php includes
chip.cullen at gmail.com
Wed Apr 9 18:06:24 UTC 2008
If you use Safari, there is also the Safari Tidy plugin that will validate
on the fly:
On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 1:58 PM, Tobias Jung <newsgr at tobiasjung.net> wrote:
> At 10:32 Uhr -0700 09.04.2008, Steven Rowat wrote:
> > Bob wrote:
> > I'm searching for a way to run a validate Web pages created in
> > > TextMate.
> > >
> > > The site has headers and footers via php includes for each page.
> > >
> > I'm in the same situation, and my low-tech solution (perhaps there
> > are more elegant ones) is to run the page in a browser, hit 'show
> > source' for the browser, copy the code, paste into a new untitled
> > document in TextMate, and then use the TM bundled validation. It's
> > a few steps but they're quick with key commands.
> Well, if you're using the browser anyway, you could use Firefox plus the
> WebDeveloper Toolbar (which can send the current doc to the W3C validator
> even if it's loaded from your local hard disk) or iCab which has a built-in
> validator (though it's not always as accurate as the one from the W3C).
> Of course, a solution which can be directly called from TextMate would be
> nice, but I don't know any...
> Kind regards,
> Tobias Jung
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