Doctor HTML's Report v6 Beta-2

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Summary HTML Parse Document Structure Verify Hyperlinks Spelling Image Syntax Image Analysis Meta Tags Table Analysis
Form Structure Format HTML Squish HTML Frames Expansion Display Cookies Browser Support Font Support Show HTML Hierarchy

Summary

Below is a summary of the information that Doctor HTML has learned about your Web page. Doctor HTML completed the exam on Fri Oct 26 20:27:24 2001 GMT. A local copy of your server's response can be found here.

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~swilson/emerging/artre370.rapid.html


Spelling redball.jpg

  15

15 potential spelling errors were found.
Verify Hyperlinks redball.jpg

  5

There are 13 hyperlinks in your document. There were 5 possible dead links, based on server replies.

Meta Tags yellowball.jpg

  2

There are 2 potential meta tag errors in your document.

Browser Support yelgreenball.jpg

  1

There is 1 browser support conflict in your document.

Image Analysis yelgreenball.jpg

  0

The total number of bytes in images found on your web page is 12.3 KB.

The total number of bytes transferred while loading the page is 16.1 KB. This will take approximately 4.5 seconds to load over a 28.8 kbps network connection.

HTML Parse greenball.jpg

  0

There were no HTML parsing errors detected.

Document Structure greenball.jpg

  0

There were no document structure errors detected. Congratulations!
Image Syntax greenball.jpg

  0

The image syntax on your page looks good. Congratulations!
Table Analysis greenball.jpg

  0

There were no table structure errors detected. Congratulations!
Form Structure greenball.jpg

  0

There were no form structure errors detected. Congratulations!
Squish HTML greenball.jpg

  0

A Squished page that is reduced in size by 5.1 % to 3.6 KB is available here.

Font Support greenball.jpg

  0

There are no font errors in your document. Congratulations!

Format HTML blanks.gif

 

A Formatted version of your page is available here.
 

The text and HTML commands of the document take up 3.8 K.

Spelling

Below is a list of unrecognized words with some suggested replacements. To add a word to your custom word list, click on the button next to the word. To view the context in which a misspelled word appears, put your mouse over the word.

Unrecognized Word Suggested Replacements Line #
marshall mars-hall, marshals, Marshall, mar-shall, marshal l, marsh-all, mar shall, marshal, marshal-l, marsh all, mars hall 12
sintering wintering 18
Stereolithography Stereo-lithography, Stereo lithography 18
stereolithougraphy No suggested replacements. 18
appropirate appropriate 18
SFSU No suggested replacements. 56
swilson Wilson 56, 60
edu emu, ed-u, eds, Ed, ed, Eu, ed u 56, 60
sfsu No suggested replacements. 56, 60
userwww No suggested replacements. 60
wilson Wilsons, Wilton, Wilson 60
html ht-ml, ht ml 60
newtech new tech, new-tech 60
http No suggested replacements. 60
Pess piss, Tess, less, puss, pests, mess, pass, pens, peps, press, peso, peas, Hess, poss, pest, pets, pees, Jess, Bess, pews, pegs, pesos 64

Verify Hyperlinks

Reference

Linked
Title

Size
(bytes)

Line #

Comments

http://nasarp.msfc.nasa.gov/ 0 31

Can't connect to nasarp.msfc.nasa.gov:80 (Timeout)

http://stress.mech.utah.edu/... 0 33

Can't connect to stress.mech.utah.edu:80 (Timeout)

http://www.flinthills.com/... 404 Not Found 296 37

Not Found

http://www.frozenmedia.net 0 68

Can't connect to www.frozenmedia.net:80 (Bad hostname 'www.frozenmedia.net')

http://www.mcb.co.uk/rpi.htm File not found 4472 41

Not found

Select a page by reference for further testing:

Select a page by title for further testing:

Meta Tags

Name Type Content Line # Comments
description  name      Add DESCRIPTION. 
keywords  name      Add KEYWORDS. 

Browser Support

 

100%

75%

50%

25%

0
0
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0
1
1
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BODY 

TOPMARGIN 

means that an HTML tag is supported. means that a tag is unsupported.

Image Analysis

Name Type Size
(bytes)
Time
(sec)
Width
(pixels)
Height
(pixels)
Colors Line #
/~swilson/.../nasa_rapid2.GIF GIF89a 12570 3.41 189 144 128 11

HTML Parse

No problems found! Congratulations!

Document Structure

No problems found! Congratulations!

Image Syntax

No problems found! Congratulations!

Table Analysis

Table #1 (Lines 9 - 24): No errors.

Table #2 (Lines 53 - 71): No errors.

Form Structure

No problems found! Congratulations!

Format HTML

To download the formatted file, hold down the SHIFT key and click here.

Squish HTML

Original Size: 3,894 bytes

Final Size: 3,697 bytes
bytes Saved: 197 bytes
% Saved: 5.1%

To download the squished file, hold down the SHIFT key and click here.

Frames Expansion

No problems found! Congratulations!

Display Cookies

No problems found! Congratulations!

Font Support

No problems found! Congratulations!

Show HTML Hierarchy


Summary HTML Parse Document Structure Verify Hyperlinks Spelling Image Syntax Image Analysis Meta Tags Table Analysis
Form Structure Format HTML Squish HTML Frames Expansion Display Cookies Browser Support Font Support Show HTML Hierarchy


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Object from NASA marshall field research center on Rapid Prototyping

Rapid Prototyping 
Rapid Prototyping 

These technologies generate solid objects directly from a computer model. Techniques include Stereolithography, laser sintering, 3-D printing, and others. For example, in stereolithougraphy a laser beam is focused into an area of plastic vapor to create solid plastic at appropirate locations.

Links to research on Rapid Prototyping
Rapid Prototyping 

These technologies generate solid objects directly from a computer model. Techniques include Stereolithography, laser sintering, 3-D printing, and others. For example, in stereolithougraphy a laser beam is focused into an area of plastic vapor to create solid plastic at appropirate locations.

Links to research on Rapid Prototyping
Rapid Prototyping 

These technologies generate solid objects directly from a computer model. Techniques include Stereolithography, laser sintering, 3-D printing, and others. For example, in stereolithougraphy a laser beam is focused into an area of plastic vapor to create solid plastic at appropirate locations.

Links to research on Rapid Prototyping
Rapid Prototyping 

These technologies generate solid objects directly from a computer model. Techniques include Stereolithography, laser sintering, 3-D printing, and others. For example, in stereolithougraphy a laser beam is focused into an area of plastic vapor to create solid plastic at appropirate locations.

Links to research on Rapid Prototyping
Stephen Wilson,

Professor Conceptual/Information Arts, SFSU 

swilson@sfsu.edu
Professor Conceptual/Information Arts, SFSU 

swilson@sfsu.edu

 
- This page is part of a section whose master  is at

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~swilson/emerging/wilson.newtech.html

**Note this section is being generated as part of new book
Professor Conceptual/Information Arts, SFSU 

swilson@sfsu.edu

 
- This page is part of a section whose master  is at

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~swilson/emerging/wilson.newtech.html

**Note this section is being generated as part of new book
Professor Conceptual/Information Arts, SFSU 

swilson@sfsu.edu

 
- This page is part of a section whose master  is at

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~swilson/emerging/wilson.newtech.html

**Note this section is being generated as part of new book
- This page is part of a section whose master  is at

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~swilson/emerging/wilson.newtech.html

**Note this section is being generated as part of new book
- This page is part of a section whose master  is at

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~swilson/emerging/wilson.newtech.html

**Note this section is being generated as part of new book
- This page is part of a section whose master  is at

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~swilson/emerging/wilson.newtech.html

**Note this section is being generated as part of new book
- This page is part of a section whose master  is at

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~swilson/emerging/wilson.newtech.html

**Note this section is being generated as part of new book
- This page is part of a section whose master  is at

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~swilson/emerging/wilson.newtech.html

**Note this section is being generated as part of new book
Information Arts

by Stephen Wilson (to be published by MIT Pess, 2000).  It is in state of major revision.  Feel free to use these resources  for non- commercial purposes but please attribute source. Copyright, 1999 Stephen Wilson.

New facelift by
URL:http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~swilson/emerging/nasa_rapid2.GIF
URL:http://stress.mech.utah.edu/home/novac/rapid.html
URL:http://www.mcb.co.uk/rpi.htm
URL:http://www.flinthills.com/~ramsdale/EngZone/proto.htm
URL:http://www.frozenmedia.net
URL:http://nasarp.msfc.nasa.gov/