|Suppress HTML errors [message #185881]
||Wed, 10 January 2007 10:27
Originally posted by: durchgedreht.gmx.de|
I'm using WTP in eclipse 3.2.1 from the IBM distro and have problems in
setting up an old JSP Webproject. It was developed under the sysdeo Plugin
and should be ported to WTP now (so HELP!!!)
Problem is that the former developer used an own table-buiding algorithm
using mod and the parser points out a missing <tr>. How can I suppress it
or just leave HTML/JSP pages unvalidated???
Please DO NOT recommend to program it nicer as this error occurs more
often than I would like to copy/paste :-)
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|Re: Suppress HTML errors [message #186090 is a reply to message #185881]
||Fri, 12 January 2007 09:17
Originally posted by: wknauf_NO_._INSIDE_hg-online.de|
> How can I suppress it or just leave HTML/JSP pages unvalidated???
take a look at the preference "Validation", there you can switch off specific
validators, e.g. the "HTML syntax validator".
You can do this global, or you can do it per project (in the project properties)
Hope this helps
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