Updates and development within Sitemorse - Fragment identifiers
Monday 19th April 2010: Sitemorse now checks ID attributes for duplicates and checks to see if any fragment identifier included in a link actually exists.
Duplicate fragments, for example declaring two or more tags with the attribute 'ID="dupid1"', are reported under Code quality page 1:
file/html/badvalue Fragment identifier 'dupid1' used more than once
Links containing a fragment identifier which doesn't exist on the target page are flagged under Code quality page 2.
For example, if a page includes the link '<a href="#unknownid1-1">unknown local id 1</a>' but the corresponding ID 'unknownid1-1' does not exist, we raise the following failure:
file/html/unknownid '#unknownid1-1' not found
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