This is a docker image made to test HTML code. I developed it for my website using GitLab pipelines. This will work for any sort of pipeline solution. It setups up a container that has html5validator installed, which saves time with the testing process.
There are images available through GitHub, Docker Hub or GitLab.
First figure out the version you want then checkout out the source
Using the source of your choosing you will want something like:
html_test: stage: test image: cyb3rjak3/html5validator:latest-alpine script: - html5validator --root public/ --also-check-css --log INFO
Which is used by this project
For GitHub Actions, please use the action that I have built here: HTML5 Validator The action is built using this image
# Pull the image of your choosing. Only has to be done once docker pull cyb3rjak3/html5validator:latest-alpine # If your code is in a relative directory called `public` docker run --rm -i -v $(pwd):/mnt -w /mnt cyb3rjak3/html5validator:latest-alpine html5validator --root public
You can pull the image from either Docker Hub, GitHub, or GitLab. Currently the default images are based off of
python:3.9-alpine there are images available using
To use the slim based images add
-slim to the tag you are using, i.e.
There are currently three tags for this image:
experimental. The source tag involves building html5validator from source, the PyPI installs the packaged version, and the experimental branch builds from my fork of html5validator. The PyPi tag is more stable than the source branch, thus it is the latest tag.