HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the main markup language for displaying web pages and other information that can be displayed in a web browser.

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Text between two tags

I wanna retrieve whatever is between these two tags – <tr> </tr> – from an html doc. Now I don't have any specific html requirements that would warrant for an html parser. I just plain ...
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Are there any good tools besides SeleniumRC that can fetch webpages including content post-painted by JavaScript?

One major shortcoming of curl is that more and more wepages are having their main piece of content painted by a JavaScript AJAX response that occurs after the initial HTTP response. curl never picks ...
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How do I send HTML email using linux 'mail' command?

mail -s "subject" xxxxx@gmail.com <test.html works, but only for plain text email. What is the correct way to send HTML email using the Linux command mail?
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Privoxy: blocking twitter, facebook and google outside of their domainslr

Related subject: blocking facebook.com outside facebook.com domain This is from default.filter ################################################################################# # # shockwave-flash: ...
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Web front-end to find/grep/ack

In my lab, we are trying to build a web that allows the user to enter queries for find, ack, grep on a specific directory. The web would return an HTML with a table of a list of clickable files (click ...
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Extract Values from simple html file via grep/awk

I have another grep/awk/sed issue within the attached HTML code below. Given is a simple HTML file with table inside. The HTML is generated by a smart meter (household energy meter). Inside the html ...
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How to parse hundred html source code files in shell?

I have a couple of hundred html source code files. I need to extract the contents of a particular <div> element from each of these file so I'm going to write a script to loop through each file. ...
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Save HTML from clipboard as markdown text

I want to be able to highlight a section of a web page and copy it to the clipboard then save it to my local disk as markdown. I need an efficient way to do that. My current cumbersome method is: ...
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Extracting strings from between special characters

I have a large text file created from combining lots of html files. cat *.html > all_html_files.txt Inside the text file are specfic strings that I want to extract to another text file. For ...
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Convert csv to HTML table

I have a Medical.csv file with rows of following format, field: 'participation.type', displayName: 'program_type', type: 'String',path:'participation' field: 'participation.program', ...
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How to download all html files from a URL's directory with wget?

I'd like to use wget to download a tutorial in a website, but this tutorial is in a specific directory. Suppose the URL is the tutorial main page http://www.abc.com/aaa/bbb/ccc/index.html. But the ...
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CutyCapt seems to ignore the Xvfb screen size parameters

I have a problem using CutyCapt to create images rendered for a particular screen size. For example, if I do these: xvfb-run --server-args="-screen 0, 800x600x24" \ ~/bin/CutyCapt/CutyCapt ...
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Script to remove certain span elements from an HTML file

I want to write a script that completely removes every instance of a particular span class from a given HTML file. For example, if my undesired span class is "foo" then running my script on the file ...
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Can htmldoc create multi-level pdf bookmarks?

I downloaded an online html book (http://www.cim.mcgill.ca/~franco/OpSys-304-427/lecture-notes/lecture-notes.html), by the following command wget -r -np -nH --cut-dirs=3 -p -k ...
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Bash variable into html

I have a script that gets the filenames in a folder and creates HTML link to them on my homepage. Here is the script: #!/bin/bash list_dir=`ls -t /path/to/dir/` for i in $list_dir do echo ...