It doesn't do CSS validation, but that is easier to handle with the W3C
validator. If the site under test uses CSS in separate files, just find
the url's in the HTML source and feed them into the validator at
http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/ (as I'm sure you know).
On 06/06/2012 05:12 PM, PJ Mancuso wrote:
> Thanks Steve, I will try that out in IE (couldn't find a FF version) as
> you said it works locally?
> And thank you Robert for the link.
> On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 10:33 AM, Steve Faulkner
> <faulkner.steve@... <mailto:faulkner.steve@...>> wrote:
> Hi PJ,
> the web accessibility toolbar has HTML validation features that can
> check code on local and remote sites including password proetected
> Web Accessibility Toolbar -
> On 6 June 2012 15:23, PJ Mancuso <pmancuso@... > <mailto:pmancuso@...>> wrote:
> HI everyone,
> I need to test the accessibility of an online email app and
> another portion of a website that is only accessed after one
> logins. How can one test using something like www.achecker.ca
> <http://www.achecker.ca> if the content needs a
> username/password? Definitely need to do some CSS and HTML
> validation, but again cant really just paste the URL into the
> form since it wouldn't have proper credentials.
> I hope this makes sense and any help you could offer would be
> greatly appreciated.