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Linux testing tool for HTML5

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Are there Linux testing tools for HTML5 code? Blackberry offers tools that developers can open in Windows or Mac, and offer nothing for Linux. I suppose I am answering my own question when I suggest the supposition that I can open files in a web-browser.

posted Jul 27, 2013 by Abhay Kulkarni

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Have a look into Selenium for testing of web sites (or HTML/CSS in general).

answer Jul 27, 2013 by Salil Agrawal
Netbeans might be another option.
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A web browser has never been a suitable test for HTML (or other similar languages). It doesn't point out errors, it makes (often horrible) guesses about how to deal with them, and frequently disobeys rules about
how things should be handled.

I'm guessing that you want a "validator." You could see if one of the trusted ones supports HTML5 and runs on Fedora. e.g. Try w3c-markup-validator.noarch

I haven't tried any HTML5 authoring, yet, I haven't had the need to go beyond HTML4, so I've not even experimented with it.

answer Jul 28, 2013 by anonymous
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Try to validate each page with the HTML validator at You can
validate via file upload or by address.

answer Jul 28, 2013 by Majula Joshi