Php validating links
For the HTML Validator, the W3C checks the referrer, so the validator should always check the correct/current page.
For the type of markup, here we specify that it’s “HTML5”, but as you can see that information in no way changes the actual URL that is requested.
Instead, the validator determines the type of HTML by checking for meta tags in the markup.
So as long as you’re declaring the type of HTML/markup in the source code, the simple referrer link given above is all that’s needed for dynamic page validation.
To create a dynamic link to the CSS validator, use the following HTML/PHP: parameter.
This technique uses a couple of server variables to grab and send the data.
This guide will go over module creation, form creation, and the menu hook function.
Creating the module structure The first step in creating the module is to create a folder for the module.
You should put this in "sites/all/modules/." Keep in mind that whenever I say "," you should insert the name of your module.
For example, we will use the module directory "sites/all/modules/form_example." Now, create two empty text files called ".module" and "" These two files are required by your module.
The file contains information about what your module does, while the .module file contains the actual code including hooks.