The next beta-version is available, have a look..
- Bugfixes of course
- More readable PHP-Error message
- The first and quite messy try to incorporate the W3C HTML-Validation service.
Download etc. as always: http://www.chipwreck.de/blog/software/coda-php/
The procedure for the W3C-Validation is a bit ..well… confusing, since the Coda API doesn’t tell me which file you are currently editing, if you work on the remote server..
Assume you’ve set up a site with synchronous local and remote paths, like this:
On your HD for example:
On the (S)FTP-Server it’s
Now if you choose “W3C-Validation”, while the local file is selected (the “problems.html” on your HD), the corresponding remote file (www.doh.org/stuff/weird/problems.html) is being sent to the online W3C-Validator…
Yes, this is counter-intuitive – I hope the Coda API will be updated some time or I’ll have to find even stranger workarounds..