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webmention.rocks - a webmention validator and test suite

  •    PHP

Webmention Rocks! is a validator to help you test your Webmention implementation. Several kinds of tests are available on the site. This software uses Redis to cache responses, so make sure you have Redis installed locally, or point it to a remote Redis server in the config file.

websub.rocks - Test suite and debug utilities for W3C WebSub

  •    PHP

WebSub test suite and debugging utility. You can test your Publisher, Subscriber and Hubs using websub.rocks.

w3c-link-validator - Command line tool, identifying broken links, validate basic html standards and reporting

  •    Javascript

Very good command line tool for W3C validation and broken link detection of your local development or production URL. Validation errors,warnings or suggestions will be reported to terminal. Install with the terminal.




w3c-validate - Validates web content using the W3C's validation service

  •    Javascript

A node.js library for testing web responses against the w3c html validator. Inspired by w3cjs, but based purely on buffers. Use with your tests.

Unicorn - Unicorn - W3C's Unified Validator

  •    Java

Unicorn is W3C's unified validator, which helps people improve the quality of their Web pages by performing a variety of checks. Unicorn gathers the results of the popular HTML and CSS validators, as well as other useful services. Note that this file is very important because it will give permissions to read and write files under Unicorn servlet dir, but also to connect to distant hosts (observers).

echidna - New publication workflow at W3C — main component

  •    HTML

Echidna is the central piece of software taking care of the new publication workflow at W3C. The plan is for Echidna and related sub-projects (see below) to automate the publication of new specs under http://www.w3.org/TR/. If you are a spec editor, you do not need to install Echidna, nor to run it locally.

angular-html5 - Change your ng-attributes to data-ng-attributes for html5 validation

  •    Javascript

Ever tried to run an Angular HTML page into w3c validator? Yeah it's a mess. HTML5 has a preset definition of valid tag elements, and also allows data-attributes. Angular, being as great as it is, allows you set set custom directives, that don't pass the w3c validations. Angular default directives come with an option to be named data-something.


gulp-angular-htmlify - Change your HTML ng-attributes to data-ng-attributes for HTML5 validation

  •    Javascript

Issues with the output should be reported on the angular-html5 issue tracker. Whether to log files that had ng-directives detected and replaced. (Useful for debugging).

vscode-plugin - CSSTree validation plugin for VS Code

  •    TypeScript

Validate CSS according to W3C specs and browser implementations. Extension highlights wrong properties and values when enabled. Just install the extension and open your CSS file. Validation will be performing in background.