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Re: Stripping HTML tags from a document

by cjf (Parson)
on Jun 30, 2002 at 15:55 UTC ( #178380=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Strip HTML tags again

Have a look at HTML::Tagset it contains various lists of valid HTML tags for different sections of a document.

Update: ++ to Ovid for providing the working example below.

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Re: Re: Stripping HTML tags from a document
by dda (Friar) on Jun 30, 2002 at 16:27 UTC
    Thanks!!! It is the stuff I was looking for. Now I'd like to know how to use it in a 'perl' manner. Currently I have the following code (right from perlfaq):
    sub strip_html { my $t = shift; $t =~ s/<(?:[^>'"]*|(['"]).*?\1)*>//gs; return $t; }
    Seems like I have to use %HTML::Tagset::isKnown hash, but how to apply it to my sub? I can't find any quick way...


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