for those of you who work on web pages, one of the more frustrating things is that there can be erros in the html code that makes it not quite up to standards compliance, and yet it looks ok to you in the browser, although you might have trouble in the future or in another browser.
here's a nice little freeware mentioned on fileforum today, Simpletidy:http://kotisivu.dnai...umpu1/simpletidy.htm
sounds nice and simple and useful:
- Cleans your HTML code
- Convert your webpages to wellformed XHTML 1.0 strict
- Cleans Microsoft code
- Shows validation errors and warnings
- Drag and drop from Explorer
makes use of the open source htmltidy code, which is a good thing. definitely a nice tool for your web design toolbox.