How to validate all the text on a page

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How to validate all the text on a page

Postby HarveyD » Thu Nov 23, 2023 10:28 am

Hi.

Does eValid have a way to validate all of the text on a page.

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Re: How to validate all the text on a page

Postby eValid » Fri Nov 24, 2023 9:57 am

HarveyD wrote:Hi.

Does eValid have a way to validate all of the text on a page.

Thanks, and Happy Thanksgiving.


Thanks for asking HarveyD.

Well, there are lots of ways to validate text.

You could highlight it and copy/paste it to a file and then run a "diff" command (in Unix/Linux systems).

There is one command that will generate a bunch of "ValidateText" commands for you automatically: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... /text.html

It does this by extracting, from the DOM, all of the individual text strings sprinkled throughout the page and putting them in a big list.

What you could do is edit the resulting output -- which will have a LOT of entries if the page is large -- to just the ones you want to concentrate your test on.


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