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@unic/estatico-w3c-validator v0.0.10


Sends HTML pages through the w3c validator.


$ npm install --save-dev @unic/estatico-w3c-validator


const gulp = require('gulp');
const env = require('minimist')(process.argv.slice(2));

 * HTML validation task
 * Sends HTML pages through the [w3c validator](
 * Using `--watch` (or manually setting `env` to `{ watch: true }`) starts file watcher
 * When combined with `--skipBuild`, the task will not run immediately but only after changes
gulp.task('html:validate', () => {
  const task = require('@unic/estatico-w3c-validator');

  const instance = task({
    src: [
    srcBase: './dist/',
    watch: {
      src: [
      name: 'html:validate',
  }, env);
  // Don't immediately run task when skipping build
  if ( && env.skipBuild) {
    return instance;

  return instance();

Run task (assuming the project's package.json specifies "scripts": { "gulp": "gulp" }): $ npm run gulp html:validate

See possible flags specified above.


plugin(options, env) => taskFn


src (required)

Type: Array or String
Default: null

Passed to gulp.src.

srcBase (required)

Type: String
Default: null

Passed as base option to gulp.src.

Recommendation for Estático: './dist'


Type: Object
Default: null

Passed to file watcher when --watch is used.


Type: Object


Type: Object


Passed to gulp-w3cjs.


Type: { info: Function, debug: Function, error: Function }
Default: Instance of estatico-utils's Logger utility.

Set of logger utility functions used within the task.


Type: Object
Default: {}

Result from parsing CLI arguments via minimist, e.g. { dev: true, watch: true }. Some defaults are affected by this, see above.


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