HTML Validation Checking in VS 2005 (and how to optionally turn it off if you want)

Posted by: ScottGus Blog, on 23 Nov 2005 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I posted earlier about some of the cool new HTML source editor features in VS 2005 and Visual Web Developer.  One of the big new things is much richer html source validation.  Specifically you can now validate against different HTML schemas and standards (XHTML Transitional/Strict, HTML 4.01, and various browser types).   In addition to validating against the HTML element schemas, VS 2005 and Visual Web Developer also by default now validates CSS inline styles, casing and termination...

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