HTML_CodeSniffer is released under a BSD-style licence. For more information, please see the file "licence.txt".
Which standards and sniffs does HTML_CodeSniffer include?
Contributing and reporting issues
To report any issues with using HTML_CodeSniffer, please use the HTML_CodeSniffer Issue Tracker.
Contributions to the HTML_CodeSniffer code base are also welcome: please create a fork of the main repository, then submit your modified code through a Pull Request for review. A Pull Request also automatically creates an issue in the Issue Tracker, so if you have code to contribute, you do not need to do both.
More information on HTML_CodeSniffer can be found on its GitHub site, http://squizlabs.github.io/HTML_CodeSniffer/. This site provides:
- Information on the tests performed (and messages emitted) by HTML_CodeSniffer's standards, organised by conformance level and Success Criterion;
- A source test area that allows you to try out HTML_CodeSniffer with your own HTML source code; and
- A link to the HTML_CodeSniffer bookmarklet, letting you check other pages using the pop-up auditor interface.