Glad it is working for you.
I really do not recommend writing your own HTML::Parser subclass. If you look at the source of HTML::StripScripts you will see that there is a lot going on there, and with good reason. If you write your own subclass, and you're not willing to spend the time checking every last detail, then you are likely to miss a whole lot of corner cases that HSS already deals with. Parsing HTML is a hard job, and even harder when you're trying to make sense of bad HTML.
(Again, I write as the fortunate maintainer, and not as the original author who did all the painstaking work.)
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