July 19, 2003
Cleaning up bad HTML

Sjoerd Visscher:

We have a simple client-side clean-up script that extracts well-formed XHTML from the WYSIWYG editor. It even handles pasted HTML from Word rather well. I discussed it with my collegues today, and we are willing to make that script available as open source if people are interested. (We'll have to wrap it up nicely first, so it can be used easily by others.)

What Sjoerd Visscher does not have is comments or trackback (is that Radio, or just Sjoerd's use of Radio?) so I'll just post a 'please do', right here.

Posted by Claus at July 19, 2003 01:00 PM | TrackBack (0)
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That's just my use of Radio.

Posted by: Sjoerd Visscher on July 19, 2003 1:42 PM
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