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Subject:free HTML validation tool from Spyglass From:Chet Ensign <censign -at- INTERSERV -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 1 Nov 1996 04:34:39 -0800
Thanks for that lead. You can do the same thing even w/o Windows 95. Just go
to the SGML bibliography at www.sil.org/sgml/sgml.html and follow the links to
James Clark's home page and the free nsgmls parser. You could download the
DTDs from the Spyglass site an use them in conjunction w/ the nsgmls parser to
validate files. The Spyglass tool probably gives better error messages --
James' parser takes SGML knowledge for granted.
Manager of Data Architecture
Matthew Bender & Company, Inc.
E: chet -dot- ensign -at- bender -dot- com