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Checky Plug-in - About.

This site has moved to http://checky.sourceforge.net

We keep this site alive (without maintaining) because Cool URIs don't change.

Checky Plug-in for Mozilla based Browser.

Design, develop and maintain accessible documents for a semantic web...

The Checky Plug-in for Mozilla based Browser is a frontend to many different free and commercial online validaton and analysis services. Service-Interfaces available for HTML, XHTML, CSS, RDF, RSS, XML, WAI, Section 508, P3P, various viewer, valets and purifiers.

About

Checky for Mozilla based Browser

Checky adds a submenu to Mozilla's context menu that allows you to run whatever page you're on through one of (currently) 47 different online validaton and analysis services. Checky-Agent can be activated from the Checky menu or by simply pressing the SHIFT+F12 key. So, for example, you could run your page against the W3C®'s markup and CSS validators, the Web Design Group's HTML Validator, and Watchfire's Bobby with a single keystroke and display the results in a new browser window or tab. Validate and analyse local files from disk or dynamic resources from intranets with Checky-Upload.

Service-Interfaces available for HTML, XHTML, CSS, RDF, RSS, XML, SGML, WAI, Section 508, P3P, various viewer, valets and purifiers.

Mozdev, SourceForge, Freshmeat....

The Checky project uses the best of all Open Source Services for project development, hosting, announcing, documentation and release management. Thanks goes out to all of them!! We really do not need all this services to manage Checky ;-) but this project is also a playground for playing with Open Source Software Development.

Checky uses MaXPI Maven Plug-in

Checky project is developed and maintained with the MaXPI Maven Plug-in. Visit our Jakarta Maven generated Project Documentation and Reports for Checky and see what MaXPI can do for you.

Thank you!

To all who submit Bugs and new Services. Special thanks goes out to Jim Massey from kiosk.mozdev.org for the basic idea for Checky-Upload and Chris Neale from cdn.mozdev.org for the Phoenix port. Thanks to Henrik Gemal from linky.mozdev.org for the brilliant installation script.

Syndicate

RSS 2.0 feeds are available for SourceForge.net hosted projects, providing ready access to various types of project data.

To do

  • Validate Intranet documents online. Upload not online accessible documents (intranet) with Mozilla SOAP to an online accessible HTTP Server through an Web Service. Than validate this online accessible document.
  • Add more Services....
  • Add more languages....
  • Work on WebiSIte...
  • Find and Fix Bugs..

Disclaimer

Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved by their owners. This is a non-profit development project to interested users and developers without any guarantees. If you experience any problems with Checky Plug-in please report.


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