Published by Total Validator on 5 Sep 2020
Updated5 Sep 2020
Downloads1,247 (1 last week)
"Web Accessibility and HTML Testing"Why use separate test tools to check web pages when you only need one?
Total Validator performs the 5 most important checks on web pages: HTML and CSS testing against published W3C and WHATWG specifications; accessibility testing against the WCAG and US Section 508 guidelines; spell checking using one of five languages; and testing for broken links. Note that this Test version performs Accessibility and HTML tests and only outputs a summary. Get the Basic or Pro versions for CSS, spelling and link checking and to see the detailed results.
Why check these 5 areas ...
Search engine robots/spiders are very fussy and will not search or index some or all of a site if they come across invalid HTML, so if you want to be properly listed you need to be sure your HTML is valid.
Just because you can use a website doesn't mean that someone with a disability can. You should ensure websites conform to the W3C WCAG Accessibility Guidelines, (and that also means strictly validated HTML), or US Section 508 standard, if you want the site to be accessible to all.
Spelling is often left unchecked and will make your site look and feel unprofessional and even unusable.
Broken links are the bane of every webmaster, you may get your internal links correct, but external sites tend to change all the time, and there's nothing that makes your site look worse than a link to nowhere. So you need to regularly check your site for broken links.
Note that this Test version only tests Accessibility and HTML and is designed so you can see if you have a lot of issues and decide whether or not to upgrade to the Basic or Pro versions for more tests, and to identify where the issues are to help fix them.
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