The tutorial takes you through all the steps needed to start your own site in an easy-to-understand manner. For more information about validation itself, see What is HTML and CSS Validation? There's nothing like using the very tools that are used by the blind to experience what they face when they arrive at your website.Those puzzled by the terms "HTML" and "CSS" may want to read the article What is HTML, CSS, Java Script, PHP and Perl? My primer on accessibility, How to Improve the Accessibility of Your Website may be useful too.
You can use it for a page on the web, upload a page from your hard disk, install a toolbar in your browser or add a bookmarklet (a bookmark that executes a Java Script) that when clicked will send the current page for evaluation.This might include Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Safari, Internet Explorer and the increasing number of mobile browsers.Making sure that the HTML & CSS is correct is the first step in making sure that a site will display correctly in multiple browsers.You can use the W3 Consortium's HTML validator to check your web documents either by giving it your web page's URL or uploading your document directly to the validator.Many people consider it the authoritative source for checking your web pages for standards compliance (since the W3 Consortium is responsible for the various HTML/CSS standards). HTML Tidy is an HTML validator that is able to check your web pages and correct (ie, repair / fix) bad HTML code, or point out areas that you need to change in order to make your site accessible to people with disabilities.
It even gives reports on things like how many links have to be clicked before a page can be reached on your site, its title, and the number of inbound links you have on your site pointing to that page. This online validator from the W3 Consortium is able to recursively check your document for dead links.