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To use Validator.nu via GET, the client issues an HTTP request either to <code>http://validator.nu/</code> or <code>http://html5.validator.nu/</code> using the GET method. The IRI (<code>http</code> or <code>https</code.) of the document to check is encoded as a query string parameter called <code>doc</code>. Common parameters are also encoded as query string parameters.
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{{Obsolete|spec=https://github.com/validator/validator/wiki/Service-»-Input-»-GET}}
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To use [[Validator.nu Web Service Interface|Validator.nu as a Web service]] via GET, the client issues an HTTP request either to <code>https://validator.nu/</code> or <code>https://html5.validator.nu/</code> using the GET method. The IRI (<code>http</code> or <code>https</code>.) of the document to check is encoded as a query string parameter called <code>doc</code>. [[Validator.nu Common Input Parameters|Common parameters]] are also encoded as query string parameters.
  
 
Only <code>&</code> is supported as a query parameter separator. <code>;</code> is not supported.
 
Only <code>&</code> is supported as a query parameter separator. <code>;</code> is not supported.
  
 
Percent-encoded octets in the query string must decode to UTF-8.
 
Percent-encoded octets in the query string must decode to UTF-8.
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==See also==
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*[[Validator.nu Web Service Interface]]
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[[Category:Validator.nu Documentation]]

Latest revision as of 04:23, 29 December 2016

This document is obsolete.

For the current specification, see: https://github.com/validator/validator/wiki/Service-»-Input-»-GET

To use Validator.nu as a Web service via GET, the client issues an HTTP request either to https://validator.nu/ or https://html5.validator.nu/ using the GET method. The IRI (http or https.) of the document to check is encoded as a query string parameter called doc. Common parameters are also encoded as query string parameters.

Only & is supported as a query parameter separator. ; is not supported.

Percent-encoded octets in the query string must decode to UTF-8.

See also