At configuration txt file -- what is it for?
I have explained the 2 existing methods running HTML Tidy.
The solution with Htmltidy.dll produces always an output. You can use this method.
If you prefer the latest one with "Run HTML Tidy" from the Format menu (uses tidylib.dll), an "** HTML Tidy Output **" is only generated when Generate "tidy" document
is checked AND you have not enabled the option Write-Back
AND there is an option active which forces HTML Tidy to make at least 1 modification to your source.
Your file produces only warnings, but no errors. Some warnings can be corrected by HTML Tidy, but many cannot be automatically corrected.
If you want to force an output even if the source does not have errors or something else which forces HTML Tidy to produce an output, check for example the first option Tidy-mark
in the options dialog. Then HTML Tidy creates an output which is captured by UltraEdit because HTML Tidy adds following line at top of the output file (first line after <head>).
<meta name="generator" content="HTML Tidy for Windows (vers 12 April 2005), see http://www.w3.org
">Edited on 2006-10-29:
The IDM developers have fixed the problem that a Tidy output is only generated when an error occurs with UltraEdit v12.20a and UEStudio v6.10a. Since this version UE/UES calls the Tidy correct and when Generate "tidy" document
is checked the output is really created in every case. Also the problem with truncated output causing also wrong warnings and errors for larger HTML files is fixed.