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    Question Error Checking (TOOLS)

    Hi...

    Just checking if someone had some good links/sites for error checking.

    I want to check out HTML errors and since I am using PHP I wanted to do some error checking towards PHP also.

    I remember I once came over a site that provided me with all kind of nice checking for linking, html, download time, banner checking, and even some spell checking.....

    My memory ain't the same as when I was 29.. , and since I did not bookmark this site..... well.......

    PS. I have tried out the tools here.....

    Greetings.. ShareInfo

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    Both alternatives

    Looking for both alternatives........

    I am willing to pay if it's a ok tool...

    I am aware of your point with free services... when I find a tool or service I really need, I normally pay for this... of course I have to check it out first to see that it meets my demands for what I am searching for..

    Normally a pay option with a trial period is a ok way to check things ok.....

    Greetings... ShareInfo

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    websitegarage is completely closed, www.netmechanic.com has a pay service with a very limited trial on some services.

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    Thumbs up Thanks!

    Thanks.. looks like a good alternative..

    Greetings.. ShareInfo

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    W3C validator??? Tried that??

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    Cool Unfamiliar

    Hi nitewing.

    I am not familiar with W3C validators.. Do you have some more info, or links that I can check out?

    Greetings.. ShareInfo

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    We use the W3C validator here, take a look in the left menu.

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    Cool Seems like I have to seperat my codes

    I checked out the HTML validation. Since I am using PHP, and in some case call up HTML variables there, I got a lot of errors that made no sence..

    So I guess I will try and seperate some of my HMTL codes out and check these codes.

    Do you know why they closed down the websitegarage?

    Greetings.. ShareInfo

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    That is how it goes for free stuff, once you give it away it is hard to charge.

    I have considered making an ad free AHFB (in addition to one with ads)and charging a subscription, but I do not see that working to well.

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    FYI, the w3c validator will not and cannot check your PHP code. PHP is Server-side, so the browser never gets any php sent to it. Any errors will be HTML errors.

    The most common HTML error when using a server-side language is failing on this character '&'. Its because its a special character.

    if possible, use
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    & a m p ;
    (without the spaces, forum is interpreting)instead. It works for links just as well.
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