SuperGeekery Tag Stripper
3rd Party (Free)
- Multi Site Manager
- Stand Alone Entry Form
- Low Variables
- Better Workflow
- jQuery for the Control Panel
It takes a block of HTML and strips out tags, based on what you want to keep or save. Simple. Also supports encoding of HTML special characters as an option, which can be useful for meta data tags in the header.
I built it because I needed it for SuperGeekery’s site redesign. I had XHTML formatted information that I needed to have some tags on the home page, and all of the tags on the page that displayed the full post.
The SuperGeekery TagStripper lets you set tags you’d like to keep and you’ll get cleaned text back.
Get rid of this link.
It also works in the reverse. You can tell it what tags to get rid of.
This will all be plain text except for this.
One idea for using it is to take your summary text and then strip all tags and insert into the meta description content area. In version 1.0.2, in response to this use, you now have the option of encoding HTML special characters to their HTML entities. This can prevent accidentally closing a string in your HTML before intended.
SuperGeekery Tag Stripper Links
This entry was created June 17, 2010, 11:59 am.
This entry was last updated March 1, 2012, 5:13 am.
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