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How to know that my W3C validation auto check plugin validated my site ?

  • I have installed “W3C validation auto check” plugin for my site. I want to know one thing that, if there are some validation errors in my site, then how the plugin is going to tell us about that ?

    -Chenna

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  • Read readme.txt file

    == Installation ==

    How to install the plugin and get it working.

    1. Upload w3c folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    1. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
    1. Place <?php if ( function_exists('w3c_check_validation') ) { w3c_check_validation(); } ?> in your templates

    Check sample screen attached to this plugin – wec_plugin.png

    I am bit confused.

    1. Place <?php if ( function_exists(‘w3c_check_validation’) ) { w3c_check_validation(); } ?> in your templates

    means , which template page ? index.php or something else ?

    And wec_plugin.png is just like formal message. what i need to identify in that ?

    Sorry for not understanding, if you said very clear…

    -Chenna

    Where you want, example in footer.php

    I don’t know, message probably contains urls redirect to w3c validator -there you will find the detailed results of the validation.

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