Re: [NH] CSE HTML (Not) Validator - Giveaway-Of-the-day (ended)
- --- In email@example.com, loro <loro-spam01-@...> wrote:
> >Just for fun I used it to validate http://www.notetab.com/ - just athough).
> >couple of errors.
> I'm sure there are. But the errors aren't in Eric's HTML. They are in
> CSE... (There are a few CSS errors due to the colored scrollbars
>Lotta I've been using the Pro version of CSE Validator for almost 6
years now and it's never let me down yet. However it's vast, and I do
mean vast configuration options, make it possible, even likely at
first, to report errors when there really aren't any serious problems.
Once you get it configured to your style of writing code, it's a
godsend just as NoteTab is. The two programs work together
marvelously, I usually validate all my html from within NoteTab using
CSE, and only actually launch the GUI version of it in the event of an
error. And of course I use a NoteTab clip to control all of that. :)