KHTMLScrub

Utilities

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The point of KHTMLScrub is to remove unwanted tags and attributes from html files. Once the options are set you can apply the options to as many htmls as you want, and KHTMLScrub will also give you a preview of how the altered document looks, before you save them.


This program came about from a simple request at Groklaw about a GUI frontend for html_scrub.


I started coding one up, but had problems making my program behave as I wanted it too. So after a couple of re-writes, I ended up implementing on its own.

Andre Eisenbach has kindly done an ebuild for all you Gentoo users.
Last changelog:

16 years ago

0.3.1 29/06/04
Changed the warning dialog to be much more informative. Also improved some usability.

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0.3 - 27/06/04
Changed the program into a kpart and shell, so it can be used as a plugin for Quanta.
Made the internals simpler and fixed quite a few bugs.

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0.2 25/06/04
Alterted the internal to make it more robust
Added the ability to save configuration files for html_scrub.
Added Handbook documentation.

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0.1 14/06/04
First Release

miguel2

12 years ago

The links are broken you can use Softpedia: http://linux.softpedia.com/get/Utilities/KHTMLScrub-2466.shtml

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greatscot

16 years ago

This has got to be one of the most usefull apps I have seen since my coding days.This is absolutely a great piece of work. Good job!

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leonscape

16 years ago

Thanks, Its good to know people are finding it useful.

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DexterMagnific

16 years ago

Hi,
I love the AdBlock extension in mozilla, and i'm wondering if your program could do something like this, or if there is a similar one ?

Sorry for my english

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leonscape

16 years ago

No my program doesn't do that. I think someone else is taking care of this problem for Konq.

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carlosd

16 years ago

why don' u make it into a kpart so it can plugin into konqy but especially quanta+????

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leonscape

16 years ago

I'm actually working on that, been talking too Eric Laffoon about it.

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asparks

16 years ago

How does it differ from HTML Tidy?

Looking at what I found on the web, can you specify what tags to edit out rather than using standards only? Does that make sense?

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leonscape

16 years ago

Yep you can, set what tags, not just standard ones.

The purpose is to remove unwanted tags, not tidy html mistakes (which is what html tidy does).

Though I've though about doing that as well. Lots of features to add yet...

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MDonoughe

16 years ago

Could you make presets for Word and such? They put lots of tags in and tripple the file size. Could it replace those "smart" tags that only display in M$ software with normal tags?

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leonscape

16 years ago

I could certainly add that feature.
Could you send me an example file, and I'll see what I can do.

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16 years ago

0.3.1 29/06/04
Changed the warning dialog to be much more informative. Also improved some usability.

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0.3 - 27/06/04
Changed the program into a kpart and shell, so it can be used as a plugin for Quanta.
Made the internals simpler and fixed quite a few bugs.

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0.2 25/06/04
Alterted the internal to make it more robust
Added the ability to save configuration files for html_scrub.
Added Handbook documentation.

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0.1 14/06/04
First Release

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