Re: [htdig] XHTML compliance/Tidy


Torsten Neuer (tneuer@inwise.de)
Fri, 10 Sep 1999 17:01:12 +0200


According to Rzepa, Henry:
>Apologies if this has been discussed on the developers version of this forum,
>but what XHTML 1.0/4.01 conformance for htdig is planned/implemented?
>
>The second question is slightly off topic for htdig, but does anyone know
>of a robot-version of Tidy, Dave Raggett's HTML to XHTML
>converter, that could "dig" and convert a site automatically. The
>command line versions of Tidy
>
>http://www.w3.org/People/Raggett/tidy/
>
>seem to process single files.

Quick solution:

Dig the site with ht://Dig using the URL list output directive.
The use the generated URL list as an input for the tidy program
(e.g. "for d in `cat url.list | sort | uniq` ; do tidy $d ; done")

hth,
  Torsten

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