Let's take this sentence "Chris a sandwich ate" which is grammatically incorrect when used in a non-poetic context.
It can be fixed by simply reversing the order of the last two words so that the sentence reads "Chris ate a sandwich".
But what happens if you write a sentence that says "Chris ate a pie" when you meant that he ate a sandwich?
Syntactically, the sentence is correct, since all the elements of the sentence, subject ("Chris"), verb ("ate") and object ("a pie") are in the right order.
It merely ensures that your code is without HTML or CSS errors.
HTML and CSS validators are designed to catch the first type of error, exemplified by the grammatical error of my first sentence.Even if you are not familiar with HTML and CSS, there are still some ways you can deal with the errors that you discover from validating your page.This article can be found at https:// Copyright 2003-2018 by Christopher Heng. Get more free tips and articles like this, on web design, promotion, revenue and scripting, from https:// You can learn of new articles and scripts that are published on by subscribing to the RSS feed.You can find a list of free ones (including specialised validators like those that check your code for accessibility) from the Free HTML Validators, CSS Validators, Accessibility Validators page at https:// There are a number of reasons why you should validate your page.Validating your web page does not ensure that it will appear the way you want it to.