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Re^2: Removing nested div Tag from HTML

by mr_p (Scribe)
on Aug 18, 2011 at 20:13 UTC ( #921065=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Removing nested div Tag from HTML
in thread Removing nested div Tag from HTML

Wouldn't HTML::Tree take too much time loading? The material I am working with is time critical.


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Re^3: Removing nested div Tag from HTML
by Anonymous Monk on Aug 18, 2011 at 20:55 UTC

    Wouldn't HTML::Tree take too much time loading?

    T.I.T.S.

    The material I am working with is time critical.

    Can't be that critical, if you're using perl

      I can not get cpan to install HTML::Tree::Scanning. It says. Also, my HTML::Tree is up to date.

      Try the command i /HTML::Tree::Scanning/ to find objects with matching identifiers.

      I tried the HTML::Tree, but It only gets me the content of the tag. I would need to pull out the whole tag with all tags inside it and remove a specific tag based on attribute.

      Is it possible to do this with HTML::Tree?

      Thanks

      I got the HTML::Tree too work and replace tags that I don't want.

      Thanks

      I would still like it to know what was wrong with my code and findout why I can't do this with HTML::Parser.

      Do you know how I can extract the tag? I was able to remove the tag from html but not extract it.

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