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NAME

HTML Tidy - Utility to clean up and pretty print HTML/XHTML/XML

SYNOPSIS

tidy [option...] [file...] [option...] [file...]

DESCRIPTION

Utility to clean up and pretty print HTML/XHTML/XML see http://tidy.sourceforge.net/
Options for HTML Tidy for Linux/x86 released on 1st January 2003:
File manipulation -----------------
-out or -o <file> specify the output markup file
-config <file>
set configuration options from the specified <file>
-f
<file> write errors to the specified <file>
-modify or -m
modify the original input files
Processing directives ---------------------
-indent
or -i indent element content
-wrap <column>
wrap text at the specified <column> (default is 68)
-upper
or -u force tags to upper case (default is lower case)
-clean
or -c replace FONT, NOBR and CENTER tags by CSS
-bare
or -b strip out smart quotes and em dashes, etc.
-numeric or -n
output numeric rather than named entities
-errors
or -e only show errors
-quiet
or -q suppress nonessential output
-omit
omit optional end tags
-xml
specify the input is well formed XML
-asxml
convert HTML to well formed XHTML
-asxhtml
convert HTML to well formed XHTML
-ashtml
force XHTML to well formed HTML
-access <level>
do additional accessibility checks (<level> = 1, 2, 3)
Character encodings -------------------
-raw
output values above 127 without conversion to entities
-ascii
use US-ASCII for output, ISO-8859-1 for input
-latin0
use US-ASCII for output, ISO-8859-1 for input
-latin1
use ISO-8859-1 for both input and output
-iso2022
use ISO-2022 for both input and output
-utf8
use UTF-8 for both input and output
-mac
use MacRoman for input, US-ASCII for output
-win1252
use Windows-1252 for input, US-ASCII for output
-ibm858
use IBM-858 (CP850+Euro) for input, US-ASCII for output
-utf16le
use UTF-16LE for both input and output
-utf16be
use UTF-16BE for both input and output
-utf16
use UTF-16 for both input and output
-big5
use Big5 for both input and output
-shiftjis
use Shift_JIS for both input and output
-language <lang>
set the two-letter language code <lang> (for future use)
Miscellaneous -------------
-version
or -v show the version of Tidy
-help, -h or -?
list the command line options
-help-config
list all configuration options
-show-config
list the current configuration settings
Use --blah blarg for any configuration option "blah" with argument "blarg"
Input/Output default to stdin/stdout respectively Single letter options apart from -f may be combined as in: tidy -f errs.txt -imu foo.html For further info on HTML see http://www.w3.org/MarkUp

ENVIRONMENT

HTML_TIDY
Name of the default configuration file. This should be an absolute path, since you will probably invoke tidy from different directories. The value of HTML_TIDY will be parsed after the compiled-in default (/etc/tidy.conf), but before any of the files specified using R -config . The value of HTML_TIDY overrides $HOME/.tidyrc

EXIT STATUS

All input files were processed successfully.
1 There were warnings.
2 There were errors.

FILES

/etc/tidy.conf - global configuration file
$HOME/.tidyrc - user configuration file

SEE ALSO

Tidy HTML documentation in tidy-doc package.