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Journal's Journal: Setting Up a Local W3C XHTML Validation Server on Debian

I've written an in-depth tutorial on setting up a local W3C markup validator using Debian GNU/Linux. This can be of great help to web developers who want to test internal content for standards adherence, such as development versions of websites or intranet content.

I'll be publishing a similar article soon based on Mandriva 2009; this version will include instructions for installing the validator software from the W3C source distribution, which is more current than the version provided in the Debian "stable" repositories.
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Setting Up a Local W3C XHTML Validation Server on Debian

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