How to open the current document in CSE HTML Validator:

How to show the validation results in the output window:

We tried but had trouble:

Use CSE HTML Validator Standalone or Integrated!

The following applications provide integrated support for CSE HTML Validator. You can use CSE HTML Validator by itself, or with one of these great programs.

Developers: It's easy to support CSE HTML Validator in your own applications.

Opening a Document in CSE HTML Validator from Another Program

If you want CSE HTML Validator to automatically validate the document when it's first opened then check the Validate documents when opened option in the Files->File Options page of the Editor Options.

Note that the path to cmdlineprocessor.exe on your computer may be different depending on where CSE HTML Validator is installed and what version you're using.

If you're using an editor that allows you to run a tool or other program then you may be able to configure it to run CSE HTML Validator and open the current document. You can then press F6 to validate the document in CSE HTML Validator's editor.

To open a file in the editor, call cmdlineprocessor.exe (included with CSE HTML Validator) with the -o parameter followed by the full path of the file that you want to open in the editor.

Below are instructions on how to do this for various programs.

Showing CSE HTML Validator Results in the Output Window

Some editors support an 'output window' that can show the messages from CSE HTML Validator. Some of these editors also support the ability to click on a message in the output window and be taken to the proper line number in the document. Below are some instructions on how to set this up.

Note that this requires CSE HTML Validator v16.0205 or greater.

Troublesome Editors

We encountered issues with these editors when we tried them with CSE HTML Validator.

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