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Introduction

Check your website today with Total Validator's range of products.

Total Validator can check your website to help ensure that it is accessible, uses valid HTML and CSS, has no broken links, and is free from spelling mistakes. This will help you to meet regulations, make your site easier for visitors to use, and improve your site's ranking.

Unique features include the validation of protected pages, and javascript generated web pages, and runs on Windows, macOS and Linux.

Since its release in 2005, Total Validator has become extremely popular with Web developers around the world. So millions of pages each year are now validated using our products.

Total Validator is used by some of the top sites in the world and many government organisations, so why not join them today?

Read more about our products, and why they are better.

Latest News

8th December 2018

Total Validator v12.1.0 released, updated with the latest changes to the standards, together with:

  • Major changes to broken link testing with new options and a performance boost for most users
  • The Basic version has been repackaged to match the Pro and Embedded versions, and so no longer needs Java installed
  • All repackaged versions upgraded to OpenJDK 11

1st December 2018

New EU VAT rules from the 1st January 2019 mean that EU consumers will once again be able to buy Total Validator licences. So if you do not have a VAT Number, come back in 2019 to buy licences then. Until then the existing rules still apply. Note that this does not effect UK customers who can purchase licences today.

5th August 2018

Total Validator v12.0.0 released. This is a major release with significant changes:

  • We recommend uninstalling older versions (especially on macOS) before installing this
  • The Pro and Embedded versions have been substantially repackaged on all platforms. These are now completely self-contained applications so Java is no longer a pre-requisite.
  • Total Validator Basic now requires a minimum of Java 8
  • WCAG 2.1 has now been released, and our tests updated accordingly
  • Plus all the latest HTML and CSS standards updates

21st April 2018

Total Validator v11.9.0 released, with several new important features:

  • You can now ignore issues by id, class or element to provide finer control
  • Java 7 support is officially deprecated and will be removed with the next release
  • More important WCAG2 updates, plus all the latest HTML and CSS standards updates

20th January 2018

Total Validator v11.8.5 released, with:

  • New Overall Issues that apply across all pages tested
  • Simplified selection of HTML5, to choice between current draft or recommendation
  • More WCAG2 updates


All product changes in the last year

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