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Detecting errors with a web page

Last Updated: Nov 26, 2014 01:40PM PST

A number of things can be detected in your web pages so that you can be alerted to fix them. These include:

  • Broken links.
  • Invalid XHTML format for the page.
  • Missing connection to the LiveWhale application.
  • Invalid syntax for a LiveWhale widget.
  • Pages not-writable by LiveWhale’s FTP user.
  • Invalid PHP include() or require() paths.

Problems with your web pages can be detected a few ways.


When logged into LiveWhale, the page editing toolbar will display a “Details” link. Clicking this will display errors on the page, if any exist. If you wish to refresh the current list of errors after resolving one, click the “refresh” link.


From the LiveWhale interface, click the “Pages” tab. (If the Pages tab does not appear, the administrator has not assigned page editing permissions to you.)

If the page you’re looking for is in a navigation, click its title to view the page details screen. Otherwise, click the “File Browser” submenu, navigate to the page’s directory, and then click the name of the page.

On the page details screen, errors will appear on the righthand side, if any exist.


From the LiveWhale interface, click the “Pages” tab. (If the Pages tab does not appear, the administrator has not assigned page editing permissions to you.)

Click the “Errors” submenu to view all errors associated with pages your user has editing access for.

Note: Content inside HTML comments will be excluded from this analysis.


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