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HTML Input may or may not have value attribute which may or may not have actual value.
Sample subject string
<input type="text" tabindex="1" name="username" id="username" size="25" value="" class="inputbox autowidth" /><input type="password" ...
This is my task:
I have written lots of texts that I transform into HTML code, TeX code or other "printing languages" using an Gawk script (I work on a Windows computer using cygwin for Unix-like tasks like running shell scripts). Within the text special characters are coded in a special way so they can be replaced with codes which ...
I have a fields that looks like this
<tr class="some1"><td>data1</td><td>d1 ...
I have 2000 HTML files thats I need to change a <div> tag into a <h1> tag. This find and replace has to change the opening and closing tags for <div class='title'>....</div> so thats its <h1 class='title'>.....</h1>
The difficult part about this is I don't want to affect the ...
far the most common request I see in people wanting regex help is
someone wanting to use a regex to parse HTML. Generally I ignore those
questions. If I do respond, my response is “Don’t use a regex to parse
HTML. Use the HTML DOM” Same is true for XML, with the XML DOM, but doing it for HTML is even ...
I am trying to build a regex to extract 0 or more matched strings from HTML-formatted input. I am developing on the .NET Framework 3.5 in C#. I have been using http://regexhero.net/tester/ to build my regex (and use the generated code to verify results). I am using the case-insensitive option.
The input will contain 0 or more entries ...
I have a CMS which is written to output xhtml. I am trying to write a php script that will convert the system - completely and permanently - to output html instead. The sticking point is creating a regex to find self-closing xhtml tags (e.g., <img /> ) and convert them to non-self-closing html tags (e.g., <img>). I am ...
I'm looking for a pattern that extracts the attributes inside an html element string
I came up with the following:
/<font\s[^>]*face="(.*?)" size="(.*?)" color="(.*?)"[^>]*>(.*?)<\/font>/si
but what if not all 3 attributes face, font and size are required?
is it possible to ...
I want to change a font element to an XHTML compatible variant.
<font face="arial" size="1"
color="red" >hello world</font>
style='font-family: arial; font-size: 1; color: red;'>hello
- the font attributes can change order
I'm in perl, trying to write a regex that will remove line breaks from between <a> tags, so that a later regex can extract data from links, for example my current data looks like this:
<a href='http://www.website.com' class='blah'>This is a
And want to turn it into: