As a markup remover, Detagger allows you to tidy up your HTML in a number of ways. You simply select the classes of tags to be removed, sections of code to be stripped out or tag manipulations to be performed.
As a HTML-to-Text converter, Detagger allows you to convert HTML newsletters into a compact and e-mail-friendly format. The program will output the document as text, preserving the marked up headings, lists, tables of the original document and turning them into suitable text formats. Text will be laid out as faithfully as possible to the original document, within the constraints of your chosen page width. The software can cope with most tables including nested tables.
Hyperlinks are replaced by the display text, and you can choose to have the URL displayed in the text, or added as an entry in a reference table added at the end of the document. Options allow you to dictate the page width of the output, and to add custom headers and footers to the output text. In either mode the selected options can be saved in policy files so that they may be reloaded in later sessions. The utility supports wildcards and drag-and-drop operation. After conversion, results can be viewed in a browser or text editor.
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