CSS HTML Validator
by AI Internet Solutions4.7 / 5 14 reviews
Who Uses This Software?
Government organizations, large and small businesses, enterprises, schools and colleges, and individuals.
Average Ratings14 reviews
- Overall 4.7 / 5
- Ease of Use 4.7 / 5
- Customer Service 4.7 / 5
- Features 4.8 / 5
- Value for Money 4.7 / 5
- Starting Price USD 69.00/one-time
- Pricing Details There are 3 editions: Standard ($69), Pro ($129), and Enterprise ($349).
- Free Version No
- Free Trial Yes
Installed - Windows
- AI Internet Solutions
- Founded 1997
About CSS HTML Validator
CSS HTML Validator protects your privacy because it doesn't send your HTML and CSS documents over the Internet. This also means that no Internet access is required.
CSS HTML Validator Features
- Backlink Management
- Brand Control
- Broken Link Discovery
- Campaign Management
- Channel Attribution
- Competitor Analysis
- Link Analytics
- Partner Management
- Ranking Monitoring
- URL Shortener
- Access Controls/Permissions
- Bug Tracking
- Build Automation
- Change Management
- Code Review
- Continuous Integration
- Repository Management
- Version Control
- Competitor Analysis
- Content Management
- Keyword Research Tools
- Link Management
- Performance Metrics
- Problem Area Alerts
CSS HTML Validator Most Helpful Reviews
Reviewed on 30/06/2019
An indispensable tool for production and learning environments
Comments: Based on more than two decades using CSS HTML Validator under Windows and, more recently, under Linux, I recommend it highly, not only to anyone learning web development, but also to experienced developers who pride themselves on clean, standard-compliant code, or whose code is subject to the accessibility requirements of WCAG and Section 508, or who need advanced capabilities for website monitoring. A test run of CSS HTML Validator is possible by taking advantage of the free trial offer.
Cons: Because CSS HTML Validator lacks a builtin FTP client, it cannot directly upload web pages to a web site.
Reviewed on 30/05/2019
A must-have for web developers
Comments: It's helped me write robust HTML and CSS, and it's helped me learn the reason why certain things should be structured in the way that allows validation.
Cons: If I could choose the default sound that is issued at the end of validation (a triumphant "ta-da!" when everything checks out, a single low "beep" when there's a problem), I'd probably want that. But the program is so highly configurable that there's probably a setting for changing those sounds that I haven't investigated yet. :-)
by AI Internet Solutions on 01/06/2019
Thank you Thomas! I'm glad that you have found the program very useful. There are sound settings in the Validator Engine Options where you can turn off or change the sounds that play after a validation.
Reviewed on 15/09/2019
A Powerful Multi-function Editor for Web Documents
Comments: I am very impressed with CSS HTML Validator software. It is a powerful editing tool for HTML, XML, CSS and other forms of web documents. The validator saves a lot of time reviewing code for syntax, nesting errors, and other coding mistakes. You can choose the level of error reporting from critical errors only, or add warnings, link checking, and even suggestions on good style practices and appropriate coding for web crawlers. When validating documents, errors are highlighted in different colors, indicating the severity of the mistake. And the validator allows you to choose to validate with the HTML 5 standard or select earlier, transitional versions. The Validator makes writing code quicker and easier than using a plain text editor. You can choose to have your tags auto-closed, and lines auto-indented to help avoid nesting errors. Spelling and syntax suggestions are available on-the-fly. The editing screen can be split horizontally or vertically between two documents allowing for quick and simple cut-and-paste, or side-by-side comparison of two documents, and the edit screen will hold multiple files open with quick-access tabs allowing you to switch rapidly between documents. Although the Validator is not a WYSIWYG editor, it quickly allows you to check the web display of your document using either an internal browser, or your choice of popular browsers through an external link. The Validator constantly follows your cursor, so help from their on-line syntax database is on
Pros: Even though this software is heavily packed with features, I appreciate the intuitive layout, the ease of use, and the low learning curve; I was up and running very quickly.
Cons: No What-you-see-is-what-you-get capability.
Reviewed on 30/05/2019
CSS HTML Validator role in a website development cycle
Pros: CSS HTML Validator makes sure that aqua-calc.com with its more than 800,000 pages runs free of any HTML issues since 2011, providing for quick and reliable way to check any web page in development. Its batch wizard allows to stay on top of any inadvertently introduced errors during a development phase. CSS HTML Validator is a significant part of aqua-calc.com nightly builds, ensuring that search engine bots will not not find any HTML issues within the website. Lastly, but not least, in my experience, CSS HTML Validator provides stellar support, responding promptly and efficiently to any and all questions.
Cons: It takes about 10 hours for CSS HTML validator batch wizard to scan aqua-calc.com, but sheer amount of pages within the website makes it unavoidable.
Reviewed on 23/02/2019
The best HTML and CSS validator, and yes you need one even if you use a content management system
Comments: Has helped immensely in Webpage design--especially before the era of content management systems. Remember, if someone doesn't like the looks of your site, he will switch off in three seconds. Also useful when doing bulk e-mails, using such programs as Atomic Mail Sender. This stuff has to look perfect to even have a chance of being read.
Pros: Does a complete validation of your web page, checking for essentially all possible errors. If you want the best look and functionality of your site's pages, the code has to be correct. Sure...browsers are more forgiving these days, but why take a chance? What's more, by having coding errors exposed, you learn how to design the pages better!
Cons: In some rare cases, the Validator can get too picky. e.g. For MailChimp e-mailing software, certain aspects of generated inline CSS coding are technically wrong, and will actually not render if corrected to the Validator's standards. Note that this is not a problem with the Validator, but with MailChimp. This sort of thing can also occur in WordPress. Thus, the user must be aware of those rare instances when being absolutely correct can be a problem.