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Thanks for the reply.

I've checked all of those, but:

  • demoronizer removes the biggest horrors but leaves some left (e.g. <b><i> ... </b></i>. Maybe I can change the code.
  • tidy is the tool of choice (under normal conditions). As I mentioned in CB, the script/website runs on a provider's server where I am not allowed to install software (poor customer's choice). Anyway, I need to drop all CSS stuff, which requires to post-parse tidy's output.
  • wvHtml looks interesting, too. I may implement a doc file upload. Anyway, both restrictions mentioned before (no install of software, no CSS stuff) apply here, too.

Thanks for your comments and wisdom, I'll will have a sleep about this (or two) before I go on.

alex pleiner <alex@zeitform.de>
zeitform Internet Dienste


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