> The W3C validator at http://validator.w3.org/ handles HTML
> and XHTML but not RSS.
> As the validator homepage states, there are other services
> for validating content syndication formats, including one
> provided by the W3C at http://validator.w3.org/feed/ and
> http://www.feedvalidator.org/ (which look surprisingly similar :-))
> Klaus Johannes Rusch
That explains that Klaus thanks. Two more quick questions persist: Is there
an XML validator on the web that shows the source that was validated? -- and
-- Would you know why the HTML generated by the validators we've just
discussed wrap HTML alt attribute text in brackets, e.g. alt="[Valid RSS]"?