Questions tagged [html]

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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Sending HTML with Mutt (or another terminal mail client)

While I can find some scattered info on the topic, I can't seem to find a straight walkthrough (or even a definite answer)... Basically I'm too low on the totem pole to start sending plain-text e-...
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Simple command line HTTP server

I have a script which generates a daily report which I want to serve to the so called general public. The problem is I don't want to add to my headaches maintance of a HTTP server (e.g. Apache) with ...
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Is there any way to get an HTML page rendered through Chrome/Chromium from a console?

Is there any way to get (into a file, for example) a rendered HTML page from Google Chrome/Chromium, but from a console. For example, SSHed into a machine that has Chrome/Chromium installed on Debian/...
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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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send html using mailx

I'd like to send a html file from a host using mailx but instead of interpreting it as html it would send it out as text (html codes). Is there a way to send it as html? (cat <<EOCAT Subject: ...
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How to replace the original value of variable in HTML tag

I am facing some problems in replacing the value of a variable in a html tag in a unix box. Here are the details. Please help me in finding a solution. #!/bin/ksh count=5 line="<td>$count</...
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Is there a way to split a HTML file without losing all the formatting within each segment?

So... the split command allows me to split a file into pieces. The problem with that, though, is that only one of the files is going to contain the HTML headers, and only one of them is going to ...
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Curl and grep html text

Is there a way to grep html text from a curl request and output grab the value that is between two html tags? More specifically the input value of a form?
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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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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 --url='...
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How to convert to HTML code?

Are there any scripts that can convert between text (e.g. <hi>) and the html entities version (&lt;hi&gt;) like this website does? Or at least a PHP file?
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How to generate jpg thumbnails and browsable html pages from command line?

I am searching for a simple command line tool that takes a bunch of jpg files as input, copies them to some destination and generates some browsable html for it (including index page, preview ...
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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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What tools allow me to present man pages as formatted HTML on a web server?

What tools exist to make man pages available on a system available via HTTP and link topics together such that references in the SEE ALSO sections and elsewhere will become hyperlinks in 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. ...