Validating website Cam4free landing
One advantage of HTML Tidy is using an extension you can check your pages directly in the browser without having to visit one of the validators.
Ultimately validation is simply a tool to help you code better.
One of the discussions that arises from time to time in web development circles is that of validating your code. It’s no different than comparing a sentence you write to the rules of grammar for the language you wrote it in.
Some will insist your pages need to validate 100% and others will tell you it’s not even worth checking as long as your pages work. In fact the grammar analogy is a good one to keep in mind when you think of validating your code.
The home pages of Google (35), Yahoo (167), and Bing (14) all have validation errors.
However all things being equal I would think valid code better for search engines than invalid code.
Click the More Options link to see on each page to see.For example forgetting to close a tag early in your document could end up resulting in dozens, even hundreds of errors.Fix those one or two errors and watch as many more errors are gone when you revalidate the page. Validating your code is simply comparing it to W3C standards.
Much as different languages have different rules of grammar, the code you use can have different rules depending on the doctype you use.Ideally all your pages would be 100% valid, though it’s not practical or even desirable at times to achieve 100% validation.