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Validators do this by checking your code against a specification, or a set of rules for the language that your code was written in.These specifications make up what is commonly referred to as “web standards.” The trouble is that most email clients don’t support web standards and instead only support a hodgepodge of HTML and CSS.The validator will display errors for all types of standard tags and elements (TD, TR, TABLE, DIV, A, STRONG, etc.) All HTML elements should have an appropriate closing tag to be considered valid, and having valid (and properly nested) closing tags are critically important with HTML email.However, there are a handful of elements that are considered empty elements or self-closing tags (namely BR and IMG in email).
Keep in mind that these tools do not check for unclosed tags or other standard errors, so it’s a good idea to also run your email through the standard W3C validator.
There are several types of messages that are generally safe to ignore.
A common error you might see is “there is no attribute BACKGROUND.” While BACKGROUND is a perfectly valid element for using background images in an email (and the only way to ensure background images display in Gmail), it’s considered a “deprecated” element and thus invalid under certain specifications.
The W3C has a page with explanations for many errors, which can be helpful.
A couple folks have created alternative validator tools that include warnings for HTML and/or CSS elements that aren’t supported by email clients.