html validation report

html Validation Report

Error filled html could seriously hurt your position ranking by search engines.  Chances are your web pages are riddled with errors that humans won't see, but search engine spiders will.  It can kill your ranking prospects in a snap.

Many pages don't even have a Document Type Declaration ( DTD ) in the first line of their html code. It's likely your page is one of them. In MSIE drop down menu > View > Source.  You should see in the first line of html something like:
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">html validation report on-line

http://www.w3.org/ headed by Tim Berners-Lee, who in 1989 invented the World Wide Web have a free online html validation service but you need to have a DTD in your page for their html validation report to work. You can either get us to conduct and send the html Validation Report to you for secure US$40 payment after you complete our html validation report request form or you can get it free from http://validator.w3.org/

 

Example html Validation Report

1. Warning: [24] A document type declaration should appear as the first line (line 1) of every HTML document. For example, for HTML 4.01 Strict documents, <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> should be the first line. For HTML 4.01 Transitional documents, the first line should be <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">. For HTML 4.01 Frameset documents, the first line should be <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Frameset//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/frameset.dtd">. Although HTML recommendations generally require this line, most browsers probably ignore it.

2. Comment: [15] An ICRA label (a rating "meta" tag) was not found in the "head" section of this document. Browsers that are enabled with this rating system may not display documents that have not been labelled. If you have labelled this document by rating the section (directory) in which it is found, or if your site is a personal web space on a large Internet Service Provider, it is still recommended that you include the rating "meta" tag on all of your pages for performance reasons. For more information, please visit http://www.icra.org/

3. Message in line 6 at character 8: [8] Using frames may be bad for a website's search engine ranking. It can also lead to navigation problems, bad listings with missing titles and descriptions, and/or problems getting subpages.

4. Message in line 6 at character 8: [46] Frames are 1) hard to navigate using a mouse, 2) annoying on small and low resolution screens, and 3) not supported by text-only browsers.

5. Message in line 6 at character 8: [5] The "frameset" element is an HTML 4.01 element but may not be supported by some browsers (usually older) such as Netscape 2.0-, Internet Explorer 2.0-, and text-only browsers. If your audience uses a wide variety of browsers, then you may not want to use frames.

6. Message in line 6 at character 11: [5] Note that the "border", "bordercolor", "frameborder", and "framespacing" attributes for the "frameset" element are not HTML 4.01 attributes. Because of this, support for these attributes is more likely to be nonexistent in some browsers. However, Internet Explorer and Netscape both support the "border", "bordercolor" and "frameborder" attributes. The "framespacing" attribute is Internet Explorer specific and has no effect with Netscape 4.0 or 4.7.

7. Message in line 6 at character 12: [1] The "framespacing" attribute for the "frameset" element is not an HTML 4.01 attribute and is currently only supported by Internet Explorer. For instance, Netscape 4.0 and 4.7 do not support this attribute.

8. Error in line 7 at character 5: [70] The "frame" element requires the "title" attribute to facilitate frame identification and navigation. See section 1194.22 (i).

9. Error in line 7 at character 5: [66] The "frame" element requires the "longdesc" attribute to specify a text equivalent. See section 1194.22 (a).

10. Error in line 9 at character 5: [70] The "frame" element requires the "title" attribute to facilitate frame identification and navigation. See section 1194.22 (i).

11. Error in line 9 at character 5: [66] The "frame" element requires the "longdesc" attribute to specify a text equivalent. See section 1194.22 (a).

12. Error in line 10 at character 5: [70] The "frame" element requires the "title" attribute to facilitate frame identification and navigation. See section 1194.22 (i).

13. Error in line 10 at character 5: [66] The "frame" element requires the "longdesc" attribute to specify a text equivalent. See section 1194.22 (a).

14. Error in line 11 at character 5: [70] The "frame" element requires the "title" attribute to facilitate frame identification and navigation. See section 1194.22 (i).

15. Error in line 11 at character 5: [66] The "frame" element requires the "longdesc" attribute to specify a text equivalent. See section 1194.22 (a).

16. Error in line 14 at character 8: The "noframes" tag was found, but it is not valid due to where it is used. This element may be contained in "body" and "frameset". This element may not be contained in "noframes". The tag is currently not contained in an element that allows its use.

17. Message in line 15 at character 7: [9] The "background", "text", "link", "vlink", and "alink" attributes for the "body" element are deprecated in HTML 4.01 in favor of using style sheets.

18. Comment: [8] <meta name="description" content="(actual description)"> should be used in the "head" section to provide a brief description of what is contained on this page. This information is used by many search engines when indexing a site.

19. Comment: [8] <meta name="keywords" content="(actual keyword list)"> should be used in the "head" section to provide a list of keywords that are relevent to this page. This information is used by many search engines when indexing a site.

Comment: See Tips for definitions of some of the above technical terms.

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