If you cannot afford the pro version (which is rather pricey), they also have a free (lite) version that is not adware/spyware and works as well. It's free, and so are the two validators listed below. A bit more work, but for those of us who don't have tons of money to spend... it's terrific! :-)
After checking the coding, if it seems correct, post it to the web and then use the wc3 validator at: http://validator.w3.org/
or Dr. Watson at: http://watson.addy.com/.
Both are good services, I use them regularly. I have a shortcut to the lite version in my NTBpro.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Scott Fordin" <sfordin@...>
Sent: Saturday, October 06, 2001 12:08 AM
Subject: Re: [NH] CSE HTML Validator Professional
> At 13:39 10/5/2001 -0400, Ray Shapp wrote:
> >My question: what additional advantage does Validator confer over that
> >available by using Tidy?
> Personally, I use HTML Tidy occasionally, but find CSE
> HTML Validator Pro indispensable. The latter should, I
> think, be part of every HTML coder's toolkit. I have a
> NoteTab Clip set up to pass the current file to the
> Validator, and a standard part of my routine is to use
> that clip before posting any HTML code to the Web.