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    We have a client who is having issues getting her site to load in Netscape, but loads fine in Internet Explorer. She insists that it is a server issue and would like for us to *fix* it for her. My thoughts are that there is a problem in her code if it is loading in Explorer and not Netscape. What would be the best utility to validate her code in Netscape so we can fix this problem for her.

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    You could try the free trial at this place...

    http://www.netmechanic.com/toolbox/html-code.htm (This place is a bit too picky as I recall, but you should be able to spot anything serious).

    I was going to suggest Website Garage at http://websitegarage.netscape.com/ because of it being part of netscape.com (plus I remembered the name), but when I clicked their link in Google it wouldn't come up! If they get back online it'd probably be the best place to find a Netscape-centric issue.

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    I would also recommend doing a validation of code compliance ... which you will find right here on the ABW "Tools" section.

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    Thanks Leader and DW...I've seen a ton of them out there, but wasn't sure what worked best

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