I published a new release of
netlify-plugin-html-validate. 1.0 looks like a big release; only it is not.
There is only one significant change included in this release: An upgrade of
html-validate from 2.23 to 4.6 to include new validation rule sets. The upgrade introduces a potential breaking change.
html-validate’s config will no longer automatically extend
html-validate:recommended. As a result, you may need to update custom configurations of
html-validate’s release notes contain full information and upgrade guides.
Thanks to Chris Buckley for contributing to this release.
This release is not yet available on Netlify’s plugin directory for installation via the Netlify UI. Netlify’s plugin system cannot handle breaking changes to plugins gracefully at this point. Their engineers are actively working on a solution. You can add the latest release to your build using file-based plugin configuration.
Follow the pull request to update netlify-plugin-html-validate for updates on the matter.