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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any command that can format html or xml from shell? [closed]

There must be something on the lines of sed? Normally in sed you type something like: echo day | sed s/day/night/ the shell prints "night". Is there something that can take a file (containing xml/...
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Press a html button via shell script?

i am currently trying to write a script to change some parameters on a webpage via a shell script. I can change the values in the textboxes without any problems, but i can't seem to figure out how i ...
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Sed: replace text keeping digit occurrence

I have some text like: Blablabla <b>[intlink id="</b>2204<b>" type="page"] Blalala I want replace it for remove the </b> and <b>, keeping the id="number". So it should ...
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GUI library or Window Manager using HTML [closed]

Ok... You want some clarity? Being a programmer this sort of question always has conditionals. Are there any DE's or (more generally) DE backends that support building (scripting) or rather modding ...
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Is there html documentation finder/searcher, like info utility for info files?

Many packages have their documentation in html. Is there some sort of man or info utility to find locally installed html documentation and work with it? I mean, I need a program which would ...
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Print like Firefox

Made a CLI script to print Wikipedia articles: WIKI='https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=' TITLE=$1 PRINTABLE='&printable=yes' SRC=$WIKI$TITLE$PRINTABLE HTML=$1".html" PS=$1".ps" wget $...
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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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Formatting file in HTML output

I have a little script that will format a log file with all failed logins for users on the system. I have written the script to output the data in a text file in this format (two columns with the ...
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Trying to get a dynamic page with wget without success

I am using this command to get a page and all its images and javascripts on iTunes with wget. All I want is this page and all its images and scripts. wget -kKErpNF --no-check-certificate --html-...
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How can I automatically create a document that allows me to compare a list of 4 .png files side-by-side?

So I have a list of 4 .png files, and I'd like to auto-pipe this to some document that puts them all side-by-side for easy comparison. I'm thinking of automatically putting them in a HTML file. So I'...
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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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Sort css files by the color property

I would like to build script that sort the CSS file by colors. For example: .actions_menu_forgot_password_link:hover {color: #deca9b;} .login_popup_forgot_password_link {color: #ddeffb;} ....
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Bash script to get all mp3 file from a html page

I was thinking in a way to get .mp3 files from a html page, manually i did get using wget wget http://www.podcastfrancaisfacile.com/wp-content/uploads/files/question-prix.mp3 So, i try this for an ...
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how to use html tidy on Nginx

I just installed HTML tidy using the following command line: sudo apt-get install php5-tidy yet I have no idea how to use it because I thought it is an auto process that can do things by itself ...
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Org-mode: Inserting (advanced) LaTeX equations for HTML expot

I'm using org-mode as working environment, and so far has been extremely useful. One of the wonders of it is the versatility of exporting... I can export to LaTeX or HTML or ODT files from the same ...
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How to read by multiple lines instead of line-by-line

I see that in my code I can modify a line if the entire code is based on that line. Example: <p class="example">this is an example Happy Holidays</p>. However if the </p> tag is ...
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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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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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HTML plugin for Claws-Mail 3.16?

I recently upgraded my Claws-Mail software to 3.16 (64-bit). I now find that it no longer has an HTML plugin (Fancy, Dillo, etc). Does anyone know of a plugin to display the HTML in email in Claws-...
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Send html format mail stored in variable using sendmail command

Below script works fine in my Linux server. ( echo "From: name@xyz.com"; echo "To: name2@xyz.com"; echo "Subject: Test Subject"; echo "Content-Type: text/html"; echo "MIME-Version: 1.0"; echo ""; ...
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Best way to insert blocks of HTML in bash

I have been working on a script that collects data about servers and formats them into a nice html email report. I have been using sed to replace values in a html template so far and that has been ...
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Need to extract a number from HTML

Given this: <p>Currencies fluctuate every day. The rate shown is effective for transactions submitted to Visa on <strong>February 5, 2017</strong>, with a bank foreign transaction ...
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Strip attribute name from result set?

I have a HTML document that looks (when oversimplified) like this: <html> <body> <a href="...">...</a> <a href="...">...</a> <a href="...">...&...
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Sorted HTML table

I need a very quick and easy way to sort HTML tables. The table rows contain images that should stay with their appropriate row. I tried pasting my HTML into Libre Office calc, but the images are not ...
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redirection failing for CGI program

I'm trying to redirect the contents of command output to a file in a CGI program. The issue for me is that the output file is not getting created. The CGI Code snippet is as follows: #!/bin/bash ...
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how to output html to a file with xmllint?

How do I get xmllint to output to a file? thufir@dur:~/xmllint$ thufir@dur:~/xmllint$ xmllint --html http://www.skynet.be/nieuws-sport/weer/mijn-weer?cityId=6450 --xpath '//div[@class = "tides"]' - ...
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How to convert .txt or .html files to multipages .DOCX file? [closed]

Using many tools like pandoc, we can convert a text or HTML file to DOCX file. But there is a problem, the output files must be multi-page. There must be something in the input file that indicates ...
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How to paste an HTML table into Libre Office Calc without losing structure

I want to paste an HTML table into Libre Office Calc. The HTML table rows contain images (in column 1) that should stay with their appropriate row. However, when I paste my HTML into Calc, the images ...
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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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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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Output the result of DF command to variable then print to an HTML page [closed]

I am having a problem executing a script that basically captures the disk space from the server and outputs the result to an HTML page. STORAGE=$(df -PTh | column -t | sort -n -k6n) The output in ...
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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 `'&...
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how to add a description in footer

I enjoy learning how to modify files with awk, sed, and bash. However, I know it could cause issues down the road and I would like to be prepared with a log inside the file. I was thinking about how ...
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How to get frame source using wget?

I am trying to get html data from servicenow website. It's using frames and I would like to extract the frame source using wget. I am unable to find the option/flags to do this job. I am only able to ...
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parse HTML in Bash (when grep just isn't enough)

This is driving me insane, as I'm sure there must be some program doing the job but I just can't find it. To be noted, I'd be on ARM/Raspberry so unfortunately Xidel is not an option here, unless ...
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Add text between multiple lines with sed if previous line does not match pattern

I'm struggling to add <dl> tags around a definition list with sed, and perhaps there is an easier way to do it (I'd love to know). I would like to search a file for any lines that contain a <...
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Extract multiple line string from HTML file using specific tags

I need to extract the string which are starting with the tag <span class="style530"> and ending with </span> tag. I used sed command but didn't get desired result. Below is sample code: &...
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Howto find the size of a remote http/https directory (non recursively) using a given regexp from the command line

I'm trying to find the size of a remote http/https directory (non recursively) using a given regexp (\.mp4) from the command line, is there a tool to do so or do I need to parse the index.html ? ...
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Awk select columns between html table data

I'm trying to extract data between <td></td> tags, but if i use something like awk -F"<td>" {' $1 ":" $2 '} it will output the remaining html data after column 1 and column 2, ...
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Grep only for content between tags

I have an html-type of file that somewhere includes a tag as follows: <Currentnumber>0.3.5</Currentnumber> How do I catch in a variable the value 0.3.5 and only this? I have come as far ...
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Make all urls in a page absolute from the command line

I like using curl and the command line to process html pages. Relative urls are a pain. Is there some easy utility to make all relative urls absolute? Ideally this would look something like ...
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How to downloaded HTML file with obfuscated text

I use Firefox and I don't have any issues viewing and reading English text on the loaded websites. If I click Save in Firefox and save the web page in question as a text file I can read everything in ...
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How can I get rid of the byte-order mark 

I have created an html webpage when I run it at the bottom of the page there's some unwanted characters uncoding . I tried to get rid of it through vi using set nobomb but it still appears in the ...
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Joining two parts together to make a single script

I'm trying to create a script to do the following: extract the magnet link from a lynx bookmark and then use it as part of a curl command. like this: curl http://my_ip:my_port_number/startdownload/...
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Non-English letters in html2text?

I'm making a script which uses html2text, however, it can't handle non-English letters. I'd like to use letters such as á, é í, ó ú, æ, ø, ö, ä, ð, þ. It just shows questions marks instead of the ...
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How can I replace the <title> element in many HTML files?

My directory ~/foo contains many HTML files. Each one has a different unwanted title element. That is, each file contains the code <title>something unwanted</title> Many of these files ...
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convert a html book to a pdf file?

How can I convert a html book (consisting of a number of html files linked to each other) to a pdf file on Ubuntu? Hope the resulting pdf file can have bookmarks according to the structures of the ...
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Merge multiple HTML files in reverse order?

I have multiple HTML files for this book. I am trying to add them in opposite order. I've tried: cat *.html >> merge.html I've tried to use tac on the list of downloaded files by time to no ...
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Convert linked html files into a pdf file?

I would like to convert an online book (linked html files) into a pdf file. I tried the two-step way in http://kmkeen.com/mirror/2009-02-05-14-00-00.html First, download the html files by wget -nd -...
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Does Kate support HTML5?

I am editing a long HTML document in Kate, and I'd love to be able to "close" the parts I'm not currently working on. But this is a new document, and the highest level of modularization uses section, ...