Re: [NTB]Tidy Reports (was re: Tidying HTML)
- Thanks for your reply John. I haven't done a lot with clips yet. Is
this pretty straightforward to implement?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mike Hopkins" <ironmike@i...> wrote:
> From: "anthonywatkins" <groups@t...>
> > Whenever I run tidy, I always get one particular error - even after
> > sorting everything out and running it through the W3C
> > validator. This is the error report on a clean page:
> > Tidy (vers 30th April 2000) Parsing console input (stdin)
> ==>This says Tidy (the version released on April 30, 2000) is
reading (parsing) your file through its standard input mechanism:
> > "stdin" appears to be HTML 4.01 Transitional
> ==>This says Tidy is checking the input in "stdin" using the
rules for the HTML Transitional 4.01 Document Type Data as
> established by the W3C. Tidy could use rules for HTML 3.2, 4.0,
xhtml, etc. if you had something else selected in the configuration
> > no warnings or errors were found
> ==>This says "NO WARNINGS OR ERRORS WERE FOUND" which means just
that: you did good, there are no errors, no warnings, the page
> passses muster with Tidy.
> Without this kind of positive report you wouldn't know if Tidy had
finished its work or just stalled.
> Mike H