I somehow got the impression, that nsgmls (aka sp) by James Clark
could do some checking on the validity of my HTML documents.
However, I can't seem to get it working.
When offering my HTML file as input, nsgmls stops after some
10 lines of error messages.
I then tried to include a 24-Mar-95 version of a HTML 3.0 DTD,
by specifying it on the commandline using the -i option.
Also to no avail.
I even tried feeding the DTD to nsgmls, only to discover tons
of error messages.
Am I totally off base here, or do I need to do something else,
ie. reference the DTD in my HTML files, or ???
Any help would be appreciated.
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