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Perhaps the most straightforward way to do this, is the way I do it all the time.
"View source" of the web page, select it all (ctrl a), choose "copy" (crtl c), tab over to the validator, and its "direct input" option, and paste it in (ctrl v). What if you have to validate a website with hundreds of pages? I run a website where most of the content is generated from Te X by a not-very-reliable Perl script.
Therefore, the best starting step to ensure a webpage appears and works as intended in all modern web browsers and web rendering softwares is to write HTML code adhering to the HTML 4.01 specification.
Generally speaking, a webpage using valid HTML code along with valid CSS code is smaller in size (so downloading is faster) and is also rendered considerably faster in modern browsers.
How do you validate HTML on a locally running setup like I've described above?Shaun Anderson conducted an interesting validation test; Does Google like valid code? This experiment included 4 pages with the same content but a mixture of valid and non-valid HTML and CSS.The result was that Google picked up the page that had valid HTML and valid CSS and indexed this page over the rest. The HTML 4.01 specification does not provide formal error recovery rules: that means that a webpage with malformed or improperly coded HTML code can be rendered in various and unpredictable manners by web browsers and web-aware softwares.Incorrectly coded webpages may be rendered differently in web browsers which can impact the page layout.