Safari Web Site Validator opens a new window in Safari and sends the HTML or XHTML code of the Web page you\'re viewing to W3C Markup Validation Service. It then opens a second window to validate the CSS code. W3C will display any errors it can detect in the HTML/XHTML and CSS code. I included two scripts in the folder. The script named \'Safari Web Site Validator Go\' does the same thing as \'Safari Web Site Validator\' except there isn\'t a dialog box when you launch it. This might prove convenient (and faster) for those of you who have many pages that you want to validate.
What's new in Safari Web Site Validator
Minor bug fix.
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Thanks for these scripts.
Funny thing is, when I run a site through these scripts, they come up as error free. However, when the appropriate logo is pasted on the site and clicked, the validation page reports errors found.