gmuck assists you in generating valid (X)HTML by examining the source code that generates it. It is not a replacement for real validation tools, but is handy for quick checks and in situations where validation of the actual markup is troublesome. It is a line-oriented tool, so its structural checking capabilities are limited, but it makes an attempt to report syntactical errors as well as providing some lint-like features.
|Tags||Internet Web Software Development Quality Assurance Utilities|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Valid values of width and height of td and th have been brought up to date with XHTML 1.0 2nd edition. This release checks fixed attribute values case sensitively in XHTML. Valid values for hr/@align have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release aligns warnings about scripting media types with RFC 4329.
Release Notes: Regular expressions are now pre-generated in order to avoid HTML::Tagset and Regex::PreSuf runtime dependencies.
Release Notes: Better behaviour with 2 elements on the same line. ol, ul, and li type attribute checking has been fixed. There are documentation updates.