New to this forum.
I have been using HTML Validator(Lite) since November last year when i was just about to learn web programming with (x)html.
I didn't get any problem with the validator until March, or somewhere in April.
But, soon after that(until now), I always get an "Access Violation at..." problem.
Usually after 2 to 3 hours i use it, that message will pop-ups.
It might because of my "old" PC, so i'm not going to talk much about it here, just to let you know.
But, what do i want to ask you is why is the validation seems a bit different from what HTML Tidy does?
In fact i'm now using two validators on my pc, that's yours and the HTML Tidy itself.
Recently, i validated one of my xhtml document using HTML Tidy, and it was found to be valid, and i have also uploaded it to the W3C HTML Markup Validation page, and has also found to be valid xhtml.
But then, when i validated it using the CSE HTML Validator(Lite), it went invalid!
The error message displayed that my xhtml document contains 1 error and 2 additional warnings(that's only visible on CSE HTML Validator Std/Pro).
So, i wondered where was the mistakes that produce the error&warnings there...
Do you have any idea?
Do you think it might probably happened because of stylesheets(internal) i embedded into the document?
I mean something like this,
<p style="font-family: arial, verdana, tahoma; font-size: 12px; color:#000080; border: 1px solid #000000; padding: 1%">...</p>
But if yes it is, then why does the W3C didn't "treat"ed it as invalid?...
I mean, i thought that your validator is based on the W3C (X)HTML Markup Recommendation... so that means when any (x)html document is found to be valid by the W3C (X)HTML Validator, then it should also be valid with your validator... or any other validators...
Thanks in advance!