Validating web pages
If you want access to the build before that you can send me mail at: [email protected] Andy Harris No matter how careful you are, sometimes you make silly mistakes when coding your HTML5 web pages.Two very helpful options that you should have already set are located under Tools Selecting 'Go To Error' will take you to the error (pictured below).Hovering over the highlighted error will give you some additional information on the problem.You can also change the F5 behavior from build web-site to build-page to improve F5 and Ctrl-F5 startup perf.
Work your way through each of the errors that are shown. Unsupported attributes, missing attributes, and improperly nested tags are all highlighted inline by the compatibility checker.
In this case, I am told that with the XHTML 1.0 Strict doctype, "target" is not permitted for the tag.
The target attribute is not allowed in strict doctypes which is what this site uses.
If I select No build option, does that mean all pages and app_code classes will be complied in the runtime?
Again, it seems very time consuming (the validate website step) if all pages are complied (I may be wrong) when you hit F5 every time after changing few pages and/or few classes.
Expression Web has some tools within the program that will help you with validating your page.