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w3C valid without leaving your site

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Is there anyway to run the w3c validate by clicking a button on your site and it auto checks without leaving the site? or send back a success or failure message? The current buttons look ugly and leave the site... not ideal... But i want to show that the pages do validate.
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If proving the pages validate is important to your user base, you could continue to use the same method, but add target="_blank" to your <a> tag so that the validation opened in a new window.
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