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wetwilly92 says

For the moment, I don’t have a domain nor hosting service. Although I will acquire one in the coming weeks, I would like to pump out the theme I’m currently working on Before This Friday in order to beta the Public release of the site.

I can easily test everything I’m doing and build my theme using WAMP , but I don’t believe there is any way of validating the XHTML . The files are separate PHP files making an upload validation seemingly impossible. I can validate using Dreamweaver but I’m not sure how accurate that is.

Anyone have any suggestions?

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mozami says

If you use firefox, then install the web developer toolbar extension. Once installed, it allows you to validate your XHTML /CSS under Tools—> Validate local XHTML & Validate local CSS . Works quite well for me.

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bjornredemption says

theres an option to Validate by direct input : http://validator.w3.org/#validate-by-input

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wetwilly92 says

Oh Cool, Both excellent tips!

I will check em out.

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