I am using HTMLarea3 and I have my users pasting word HTML in to it. Sometimes it looks on in htmlarea sometimes it does not. Either way when it gets posted to a site, it looks VERY bad. In dreamweaver there is a "Clean up word HTML" option. Is there any way to do something like that in perl, with regex. I am not very good with regex's but has someone done something like this?
Thanks for all the monks help,
Update: How does that script work with all the # in it?
20050515 Edit by ysth: restore original question
20050516 Edit by Corion: Unconsidered. Was considered: Animator: retitle: issues with HTML generated by (Microsoft) Word (Keep/Edit/Delete: 7/10/1)
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