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|Original author(s)||Dave Raggett|
|Developer(s)||HTML Tidy Advocacy Community Group|
5.4.0 / November 28, 2017
|Development status||In active development|
|Operating system||BSD, Linux, macOS, Microsoft Windows|
|Type||Library, Console Application|
|License||W3C Software Notice and License|
HTML Tidy is a console application whose purpose is to fix invalid HTML, detect potential web accessibility errors, and improve the layout and indent style of the resulting markup. It is also a cross-platform library that can be used by programmers in computer applications to add HTML Tidy's capabilities to them.
Its source code is written in ANSI C for maximum portability and compiled binary files are available for a variety of platforms. It is available under the W3C Software Notice and License (a permissive, BSD-style license). Up-to-date versions are currently available as source code cloned from its GitHub git version control repository, or in binary packages for multiple operating systems from its GitHub Releases repository.
Examples of fixes it can make to bad HTML:
Online HTML Tidy is a free web browser application, able to correct invalid HTML code and execute the desired cleaning options.
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