Hyper Text Markup Language,
Hypertext Markup Language DEFINITION: An HTML validator is a quality assurance program used to check Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) markup elements for syntax errors. A validator can be a useful tool for an HTML user who receives data electronically from a variety of input sources. Syntax errors, such as open tags, extra spaces, or forgotten quotation marks, can cause a Web page to look drastically different than the creator intended,
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