Here's a little tutorial on getting it working.
1. First you'll need php.exe and supporting files. CSE HTML Validator uses this to run the syntax check, the integrates the messages with its own results.
I recommend downloading the Windows binaries ZIP file from here (either thread safe or non thread safe should work):
2. Next, extract all the files and folders in the PHP binaries ZIP file to a folder on your hard drive. On my 64-bit system, I extracted the files to "C:\Program Files (x86)\PHP". On a 32-bit system this would be "C:\Program Files\PHP".
3. Next, load CSE HTML Validator and press Ctrl+F4 to go to the Validator Engine Options->PHP Checker Page. Make sure the box to enable PHP syntax messages is checked, and make sure that the path to php.exe is correct.
4. Press the OK button (hit "Save Now" first if you'd like).
5. Try checking a PHP document in CSE HTML Validator and see if it displays the results. If there are no PHP syntax problems, then it should include the follow comment message (unless this message has been disabled).
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[PHP] No syntax errors detected
Below is a screenshot of what the PHP installation folder should contain (notice all the files and folders):
Finally, here is the online documentation for the Validator Engine Options->PHP Checker Page:
http://www.htmlvalidator.com/htmlval/v1 ... r_node.htm