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A new version of the W3C Log Validator was announced by Olivier Thereaux yesterday on the W3C‘s validator mailing list. The new version (v 0.3) has added features, bug fixes, and two new modules – CSS Validation and an experimental survey module.

Do you need to convert a large web site over to Standards?

The Log Validator may be for you. The tool is a free web server log analysis available for download with focus on the quality of Web documents. The Log Validator will generate a list showing the most popular pages on a web site and check those pages for validation and quality. Using the Log Validator helps those in charge of maintaining or converting large web sites to standards by adding a focus to the frequently accessed pages that may need fixing first.

More information is available at the W3C QA -Log Validator and W3C QA – How to get the Log Validator.

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