Current release of the ht::/Check package is htcheck-1.2.3 (01 Jun 2004). You can download it directly from Sourceforge. Just click here.
Release notes for htcheck-1.2.3 - 01 Jun 2004 - Accessibility checks according to the Open Accessibility Checks Project (OAC) by the University Of Toronto (http://oac.atrc.utoronto.ca/). Supported checks: - OAC #1: missing ALT - OAC #2: ALT is the same as the file name - OAC #3: ALT text is not shorter than 150 characters - OAC #7: ALT text can't be empty if image is used as an anchor - OAC #37-41: wrong Hx nesting (e.g.: h2 without h1) - OAC #48: document language must be identified - OAC #50: missing TITLE - OAC #51: empty TITLE - OAC #52: TITLE is not shorter than 150 characters - OAC #58: Images used in INPUT controls must have ALT text - OAC #59: Images used in INPUT controls must have valid ALT text - OAC #60: Images used in INPUT controls should have short ALT text - OAC #61: Image used in INPUT control - ALT text should not be the same as the file name - OAC #116: deprecated use of the B element - OAC #117: deprecated use of the I element - PHP interface: - Added support for searching information regarding accessibility checks, thanks to Valentina Del Sapio (Comune di Prato)
You can also download the latest snapshot of the source code; it is usually very reliable and, using that, helps ht://Check to grow up! :-)
You can also download the latest CVS source code by checking out the tree; just follow these instructions:
cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/htcheck login cvs -z3 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/htcheck co htcheck
ht://Check is also available as a Debian package. I hope I can set up a section for this, but just know that it exists: for further and exact information, please contact the package maintainer, my friend Marco Nenciarini. He will certainly answer!
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