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Hi,

I have a website which is composed of Master page and a ascx that fits into it.
Unfortenatly I see the page doesn't look the way I expect it to.

After a short investigation I figured out it can be a missing closing div tag in my ascx.
The problem is that the code is very very long.

Is there any automated online tool that can show me places in code that can lead to this? Meaning places with missing div tag?

any other creative idea would be helpful as well
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Solution 1

Try to open the form with Adobe Dreamweaver[^]. one of best tool for design web pages.

DIV syntax:
<div id="d1" class="c1"> Content Here </div>

I think you missed closed tag of DIV at some line of code. Check webpage once carefully. Have a look at DIV[^] tag
   
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elad2109 1-Jun-11 15:32pm
   
Thanks. I know div sytax.
I guess this is my problem. But the code is so long that it will takes days to find that missing div.

I can copy-paste my markup into this tool ?
TweakBird 1-Jun-11 15:35pm
   
Yes.You can.
TweakBird 1-Jun-11 15:39pm
   
Post your markup code here. I will try to help you.
elad2109 1-Jun-11 15:44pm
   
it's my workpalce code and I cannot post it :(
but thanks for your offer.
TweakBird 1-Jun-11 15:46pm
   
It's ok. No problem. Try Dreamweaver. It might helpful.
elad2109 2-Jun-11 4:40am
   
Downloaded the trail version.

How do you recommend me to use it to my end?
TweakBird 2-Jun-11 13:03pm
   
I am using that since from 6 years, to design markup pages.
elad2109 3-Jun-11 16:20pm
   
Thanks for your idea.
A fact I forgot to mention is that I have a pretty old veriosn of the sites that isn't missing any closing tags. I thought mabye to compare it to the current "broken" page via DOM tree inspector. Any other recommended similar tools?

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