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Re: help?

From: tOM Trottier <tOM@Abacurial.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2013 02:51:54 -0400
To: <html-tidy@w3.org>
Message-ID: <516E468A.18553.20D97077@tOM.Abacurial.com>
2013 April 17 - Wednesday at 10:57 	re:Re: help? …
Richard A. O'Keefe <ok@cs.otago.ac.nz>wrote …

>When Tidy says "This document has errors that must be fixed before
>using HTML Tidy to generate a tidied up version",
>
>- does it give you a location in the file?
>- does it say anything about what those errors _are_?
>
>General questions:
>
>- Take a typical file you want to clean up.  How big is it?
>- How is it encoded (character set)?  Did you tell Tidy what
>  that encoding is?
>- How was the file generated?
>- Do you have access to a web browser that will tell you about
>  syntax errors?  (I have iCab, but that's Mac only, I believe.)
>  The answer is YES YOU DO have access to such a web browser.
>  The World Wide Web Consortium have a browser/editor called
>  Amaya and you can download a Windows version from
>	http://www.w3.org/Amaya/User/BinDist.html
>  (or a Linux version or a Mac OS X version).
>- What happens if you submit your file to the W3C's validator
>  at validator.w3c.org?
>
>If all else fails,
>
>- do you have a small example you could post?


For what it's worth, I use the PSPad editor (in Windows) which has integrated Tidy 
and an IE display. Tidy errors and warnings appear in a window below the source. 
You can also use different sets of parameters, and you can tell Tidy to tidy up the 
errors as best it can. But I let it tell me what and where the errors are so I can fix 
by hand.

These are my annotated sets of parameters to Tidy:

;   quick reference: http://tidy.sourceforge.net/docs/quickref.html
;   cesky preklad:   http://www.pspad.com/cz/tidy.htm
[Tidy- tom no-CSS]
;   note, only the pretty print is different between tom indent / 
    no-indent---------------------
;------------------xml,html, xhtml options--------------------------
add-xml-decl:yes;Example: y/n, yes/no, t/f, true/false, 1/0	;This option 
    specifies if Tidy should add the XML declaration when outputting XML or 
    XHTML. Note that if the input already includes an <?xml ... ?> declaration then 
    this option will be ignored. If the encoding for the output is different from 
    "ascii", one of the utf encodings or "raw", the declaration is always added as 
    required by the XML standard.	;See also: char-encoding, output-encoding
add-xml-space:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should add 
    xml:space="preserve" to elements such as <PRE>, <STYLE> and <SCRIPT> 
    when generating XML. This is needed if the whitespace in such elements is to 
    be parsed appropriately without having access to the DTD.
alt-text:Image;Type: String	;Default: - Default: -	;This option specifies the 
    default "alt=" text Tidy uses for <IMG> attributes. This feature is dangerous 
    as it suppresses further accessibility warnings. You are responsible for making 
    your documents accessible to people who can not see the images!
anchor-as-name:yes;Type: Boolean   Default: yes    Example: y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0      This option controls the deletion or addition of the name 
    attribute in elements where it can serve as anchor. If set to "yes", a name 
    attribute, if not already existing, is added along an existing id attribute if the 
    DTD allows it. If set to "no", any existing name attribute is removed if an id 
    attribute exists or has been added.
assume-xml-procins:no;Default: no;Example: y/n, yes/no, t/f, true/false, 1/0
    	;This option specifies if Tidy should change the parsing of processing 
    instructions to require ?> as the terminator rather than >. This option is 
    automatically set if the input is in XML.
bare:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should strip Microsoft specific HTML from 
    Word 2000 documents, and output spaces rather than non-breaking spaces 
    where they exist in the input.
clean:no;This option specifies if Tidy should strip out surplus presentational 
    tags and attributes replacing them by style rules and structural markup as 
    appropriate. It works well on  the HTML saved by Microsoft Office products.
    	;See also: drop-font-tags
css-prefix:c;Type: String	;Default: c	;This option specifies the prefix that Tidy 
    uses for styles rules. By default, "c" will be used.
decorate-inferred-ul:no;This option specifies if Tidy should decorate inferred UL 
    elements with some CSS markup to avoid indentation to the right.
doctype:auto;Type: DocType	;Default: auto	;Example: omit, auto, strict, 
    transitional, user	;This option specifies the DOCTYPE declaration generated 
    by Tidy. If set to "omit" the output won’t contain a DOCTYPE declaration. If set 
    to "auto" (the default) Tidy will use an educated guess based upon the 
    contents of the document. If set to "strict", Tidy will set the DOCTYPE to the 
    strict DTD. If set to "loose", the DOCTYPE is set to the loose (transitional) DTD. 
    Alternatively, you can supply a string for the formal public identifier (FPI).
    	;For example:
;doctype:"-//ACME//DTD HTML 3.14159//EN"	;If you specify the FPI for an XHTML 
    document, Tidy will set the system identifier to an empty string. For an HTML 
    document, Tidy adds a system identifier only if one was already present in 
    order to preserve the processing mode of some browsers. Tidy leaves the 
    DOCTYPE for generic XML documents unchanged. --doctype omit implies 
    --numeric-entities yes. This option does not offer a validation of the document 
    conformance.
drop-empty-paras:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should discard empty 
    paragraphs.
drop-font-tags:no;Default: no;This option specifies if Tidy should discard 
    <FONT> and <CENTER> tags without creating the corresponding style rules. 
    This option can be set independently of the clean option.	;See also: clean
drop-proprietary-attributes:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy 
    should strip out proprietary attributes, such as MS data binding attributes.
enclose-block-text:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should insert 
    a <P> element to enclose any text it finds in any element that allows mixed 
    content for HTML transitional but not HTML strict.
enclose-text:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should enclose any 
    text it finds in the body element within a <P> element. This is useful when you 
    want to take existing HTML and use it with a style sheet.
escape-cdata:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should convert 
    <![CDATA[]]> sections to normal text.
fix-backslash:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    backslash characters "\" in URLs by forward slashes "/".
fix-bad-comments:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    unexpected hyphens with "=" characters when it comes across adjacent 
    hyphens. The default is yes. This option is provided for users of Cold Fusion 
    which uses the comment syntax: <!--- --->
fix-uri:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should check attribute 
    values that carry URIs for illegal characters and if such are found, escape them 
    as HTML 4 recommends.
hide-comments:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should print out 
    comments.
hide-endtags:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should omit optional 
    end-tags when generating the pretty printed markup. This option is ignored if 
    you are outputting to XML.
indent-cdata:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should indent 
    <![CDATA[]]> sections.
input-xml:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should use the XML 
    parser rather than the error correcting HTML parser.
join-classes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should combine class 
    names to generate a single new class name, if multiple class assignments are 
    detected on an element.	;See also: join-styles, repeated-attributes
join-styles:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should combine styles 
    to generate a single new style, if multiple style values are detected on an 
    element.	;See also: join-classes, repeated-attributes
literal-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should ensure that 
    whitespace characters within attribute values are passed through unchanged.
logical-emphasis:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    any occurrence of <I> by <EM> and any occurrence of <B> by <STRONG>. 
    In both cases, the attributes are preserved unchanged. This option can be set 
    independently of the clean and drop-font-tags options.
lower-literals:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should convert the 
    value of an attribute that takes a list of predefined values to lower case. This is 
    required for XHTML documents.
merge-divs:auto;Type: AutoBool	;Default: auto	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;Can be used to modify behavior of -c (--clean yes) option. This 
    option specifies if Tidy should merge nested <div> such as 
    "<div><div>...</div></div>". If set to "auto", the attributes of the inner 
    <div> are moved to the outer one. As well, nested <div> with ID attributes 
    are not merged. If set to "yes", the attributes of the inner <div> are discarded 
    with the exception of "class" and "style".	;See also: clean, merge-spans
merge-spans:auto;Type: AutoBool	;Default: auto	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;Can be used to modify behavior of -c (--clean yes) option. This 
    option specifies if Tidy should merge nested <span> such as 
    "<span><span>...</span></span>". The algorithm is identical to the one 
    used by --merge-divs.	;See also: clean, merge-divs
ncr:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should allow numeric 
    character references.
;new-blocklevel-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...
    	;This option specifies new block-level tags. This option takes a space or 
    comma separated list of tag names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will 
    refuse to generate a tidied file if the input includes previously unknown tags. 
    Note you can’t change the content model for elements such as <TABLE>, 
    <UL>, <OL> and <DL>. This option is ignored in XML mode.	;See also: 
    new-empty-tags, new-inline-tags, new-pre-tags
;new-empty-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...	;This 
    option specifies new empty inline tags. This option takes a space or comma 
    separated list of tag names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will refuse to 
    generate a tidied file if the input includes previously unknown tags. Remember 
    to also declare empty tags as either inline or blocklevel. This option is ignored 
    in XML mode.	;See also: new-blocklevel-tags, new-inline-tags, new-pre-tags
;new-inline-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...;This 
    option specifies new non-empty inline tags. This option takes a space or 
    comma separated list of tag names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will 
    refuse to generate a tidied file if the input includes previously unknown tags. 
    This option is ignored in XML mode.	;See also: new-blocklevel-tags, 
    new-empty-tags, new-pre-tags
;new-pre-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...	;This option 
    specifies new tags that are to be processed in exactly the same way as HTML’s 
    <PRE> element. This option takes a space or comma separated list of tag 
    names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will refuse to generate a tidied file if 
    the input includes previously unknown tags. Note you can not as yet add new 
    CDATA elements (similar to <SCRIPT>). This option is ignored in XML mode.
    	;See also: new-blocklevel-tags, new-empty-tags, new-inline-tags
;numeric-entities;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    entities other than the built-in HTML entities (&amp;, &lt;, &gt; and &quot;) in 
    the numeric rather than the named entity form. Only entities compatible with 
    the DOCTYPE declaration generated are used. Entities that can be represented 
    in the output encoding are translated correspondingly.	;See also: doctype, 
    preserve-entities
output-html:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should generate 
    pretty printed output, writing it as HTML.
output-xhtml:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should generate 
    pretty printed output, writing it as extensible HTML. This option causes Tidy to 
    set the DOCTYPE and default namespace as appropriate to XHTML. If a 
    DOCTYPE or namespace is given they will checked for consistency with the 
    content of the document. In the case of an inconsistency, the corrected values 
    will appear in the output. For XHTML, entities can be written as named or 
    numeric entities according to the setting of the "numeric-entities" option. The 
    original case of tags and attributes will be preserved, regardless of other 
    options.
output-xml:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should pretty print 
    output, writing it as well-formed XML. Any entities not defined in XML 1.0 will 
    be written as numeric entities to allow them to be parsed by a XML parser. The 
    original case of tags and attributes will be preserved, regardless of other 
    options.
preserve-entities:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should preserve 
    the well-formed entitites as found in the input.
quote-ampersand:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    unadorned & characters as &amp;.
quote-marks:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output " 
    characters as &quot; as is preferred by some editing environments. The 
    apostrophe character ’ is written out as &#39; since many web browsers don’t 
    yet support &apos;.
quote-nbsp:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    non-breaking space characters as entities, rather than as the Unicode 
    character value 160 (decimal).
repeated-attributes:keep-last;Type: enum	;Default: keep-last	;Example: 
    keep-first, keep-last	;This option specifies if Tidy should keep the first or last 
    attribute, if an attribute is repeated, e.g. has two align attributes.	;See also: 
    join-classes, join-styles
replace-color:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    numeric values in color attributes by HTML/XHTML color names where defined, 
    e.g. replace "#ffffff" with "white".
show-body-only:no;Type: AutoBool	;Default: no	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;This option specifies if Tidy should print only the contents of the 
    body tag as an HTML fragment. If set to "auto", this is performed only if the 
    body tag has been inferred. Useful for incorporating existing whole pages as a 
    portion of another page.
uppercase-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    attribute names in upper case. The default is no, which results in lower case 
    attribute names, except for XML input, where the original case is preserved.
uppercase-tags:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output tag 
    names in upper case. The default is no, which results in lower case tag names, 
    except for XML input, where the original case is preserved.
word-2000:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should go to great 
    pains to strip out all the surplus stuff Microsoft Word 2000 inserts when you 
    save Word documents as "Web pages". Doesn’t handle embedded images or 
    VML. You should consider using Word’s "Save As: Web Page, Filtered".
;------Diagnosticsoptions:-------------------------------------
accessibility-check:3;Type: enum	;Default: 0 (Tidy Classic)	;Example: 0 (Tidy 
    Classic), 1 (Priority 1 Checks), 2 (Priority 2 Checks), 3 (Priority 3 Checks)	;This 
    option specifies what level of accessibility checking, if any, that Tidy should 
    do. Level 0 is equivalent to Tidy Classic’s accessibility checking. For more 
    information on Tidy’s accessibility checking, visit the Adaptive Technology 
    Resource Centre at the University of Toronto at 
    http://www.aprompt.ca/Tidy/accessibilitychecks.html.
show-errors:10	;Type: Integer	;Default: 6	;Example: 0, 1, 2, ...	;This option 
    specifies the number Tidy uses to determine if further errors should be shown. 
    If set to 0, then no errors are shown.
show-warnings:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should suppress 
    warnings. This can be useful when a few errors are hidden in a flurry of 
    warnings.
;----------------------------PrettyPrint options:-----------------------------
break-before-br:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output a line 
    break before each <BR> element.
indent:no;Type: AutoBool	;Default: no	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;This option specifies if Tidy should indent block-level tags. If set 
    to "auto", this option causes Tidy to decide whether or not to indent the 
    content of tags such as TITLE, H1-H6, LI, TD, TD, or P depending on whether or 
    not the content includes a block-level element. You are advised to avoid 
    setting indent to yes as this can expose layout bugs in some browsers.	;See 
    also: indent-spaces
indent-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should begin 
    each attribute on a new line.
indent-spaces:0;Type: Integer	;Default: 2	;Example: 0, 1, 2, ...	;This option 
    specifies the number of spaces Tidy uses to indent content, when indentation 
    is enabled.=	;See also: indent
markup:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should generate a pretty 
    printed version of the markup. Note that Tidy won’t generate a pretty printed 
    version if it finds significant errors (see force-output).
punctuation-wrap:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    after some Unicode or Chinese punctuation characters.
sort-attributes:alpha;Type: enum	;Default: none	;Example: none, alpha	;This 
    option specifies that tidy should sort attributes within an element using the 
    specified sort algorithm. If set to "alpha", the algorithm is an ascending 
    alphabetic sort.
;split;Default: no	;Currently not used. Tidy Classic only.
tab-size:2;Type: Integer	;Default: 8	;Example: 0, 1, 2, ...	;This option 
    specifies the number of columns that Tidy uses between successive tab stops. 
    It is used to map tabs to spaces when reading the input. Tidy never outputs 
    tabs.
vertical-space:no;Default: no 	;This option specifies if Tidy should add some 
    empty lines for readability.
wrap:208;Type: Integer	;Default: 68	;Example: 0 (no wrapping), 1, 2, ...
    	;This option specifies the right margin Tidy uses for line wrapping. Tidy tries 
    to wrap lines so that they do not exceed this length. Set wrap to zero if you 
    want to disable line wrapping.
wrap-asp:no;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap text 
    contained within ASP pseudo elements, which look like: <% ... %>.
wrap-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    attribute values, for easier editing. This option can be set independently of 
    wrap-script-literals.	;See also: wrap-script-literals
wrap-jste:no;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap text 
    contained within JSTE pseudo elements, which look like: <# ... #>.
wrap-php:no;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap text 
    contained within PHP pseudo elements, which look like: <?php ... ?>.
wrap-script-literals:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    string literals that appear in script attributes. Tidy wraps long script string 
    literals by inserting a backslash character before the line break.	;See also: 
    wrap-attributes
wrap-sections:no;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    text contained within <![ ... ]> section tags.
;------------------------------------CharacterEncoding 
    options:--------------------------------------
ascii-chars:no;Default: no	;Can be used to modify behavior of -c (--clean yes) 
    option. If set to "yes" when using -c, &emdash;, &rdquo;, and other named 
    character entities are downgraded to their closest ascii equivalents.	;See 
    also: clean
char-encoding:ascii;Type: Encoding	;Default: ascii	;Example: raw, ascii, latin0, 
    latin1, utf8, iso2022, mac, win1252, ibm858, utf16le, utf16be, utf16, big5, 
    shiftjis	;This option specifies the character encoding Tidy uses for both the 
    input and output. For ascii, Tidy will accept Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1) character 
    values, but will use entities for all characters whose value > 127. For raw, Tidy 
    will output values above 127 without translating them into entities. For latin1, 
    characters above 255 will be written as entities. For utf8, Tidy assumes that 
    both input and output is encoded as UTF-8. You can use iso2022 for files 
    encoded using the ISO-2022 family of encodings e.g. ISO-2022-JP. For mac and 
    win1252, Tidy will accept vendor specific character values, but will use entities 
    for all characters whose value > 127.	;See also: input-encoding, 
    output-encoding
input-encoding:utf8;Type: Encoding	;Default: latin1	;Example: raw, ascii, 
    latin0, latin1, utf8, iso2022, mac, win1252, ibm858, utf16le, utf16be, utf16, 
    big5, shiftjis	;This option specifies the character encoding Tidy uses for the 
    input. See char-encoding for more info.	;See also: char-encoding
language:en;Type: String	;Default: -	;Default: -	;Currently not used, but this 
    option specifies the language Tidy uses (for instance "en").
;newline;Type: enum	;Default: Platform dependent	;Example: LF, CRLF, CR
    	;The default is appropriate to the current platform: CRLF on PC-DOS, 
    MS-Windows and OS/2, CR on Classic Mac OS, and LF everywhere else (Unix 
    and Linux).
;output-bom;Type: AutoBool	;Default: auto	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;This option specifies if Tidy should write a Unicode Byte Order 
    Mark character (BOM; also known as Zero Width No-Break Space; has value of 
    U+FEFF) to the beginning of the output; only for UTF-8 and UTF-16 output 
    encodings. If set to "auto", this option causes Tidy to write a BOM to the 
    output only if a BOM was present at the beginning of the input. A BOM is 
    always written for XML/XHTML output using UTF-16 output encodings.
output-encoding:ascii;Type: Encoding	;Default: ascii	;Example: raw, ascii, latin0, 
    latin1, utf8, iso2022, mac, win1252, ibm858, utf16le, utf16be, utf16, big5, 
    shiftjis	;This option specifies the character encoding Tidy uses for the output. 
    See char-encoding for more info. May only be different from input-encoding for 
    Latin encodings (ascii, latin0, latin1, mac, win1252, ibm858).	;See also: 
    char-encoding
;----------------------Miscellaneousoptions:-------------------------------
;error-file;Type: String	;Default: -	;Default: -	;This option specifies the error file 
    Tidy uses for errors and warnings. Normally errors and warnings are output to 
    "stderr".	;See also: output-file
;force-output;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should produce output 
    even if errors are encountered. Use this option with care - if Tidy reports an 
    error, this means Tidy was not able to, or is not sure how to, fix the error, so 
    the resulting output may not reflect your intention.
;gnu-emacs;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should change the 
    format for reporting errors and warnings to a format that is more easily parsed 
    by GNU Emacs.
;gnu-emacs-file;Type: String	;Default: - Default: - Used internally.
keep-time:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should keep the 
    original modification time of files that Tidy modifies in place. The default is no. 
    Setting the option to yes allows you to tidy files without causing these files to 
    be uploaded to a web server when using a tool such as SiteCopy. Note this 
    feature is not supported on some platforms.
;output-file;Type: String	;Default: -;Default: -	; This option specifies the output 
    file Tidy uses for markup. Normally markup is written to "stdout".	;See also: 
    error-file
;quiet;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output the summary of 
    the numbers of errors and warnings, or the welcome or informational 
    messages.
;slide-style;Type: String	;Default: -	;Default: -	;Currently not used. Tidy Classic 
    only.
tidy-mark:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should add a meta 
    element to the document head to indicate that the document has been tidied. 
    Tidy won’t add a meta element if one is already present.
write-back:yes;Default: no 	;This option specifies if Tidy should write back the 
    tidied markup to the same file it read from. You are advised to keep copies of 
    important files before tidying them, as on rare occasions the result may not be 
    what you expect.

[Tidy- tom no-indent]
;   note, only the pretty print is different between tom indent / 
    no-indent---------------------
;------------------xml,html, xhtml options--------------------------
add-xml-decl:yes;Example: y/n, yes/no, t/f, true/false, 1/0	;This option 
    specifies if Tidy should add the XML declaration when outputting XML or 
    XHTML. Note that if the input already includes an <?xml ... ?> declaration then 
    this option will be ignored. If the encoding for the output is different from 
    "ascii", one of the utf encodings or "raw", the declaration is always added as 
    required by the XML standard.	;See also: char-encoding, output-encoding
add-xml-space:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should add 
    xml:space="preserve" to elements such as <PRE>, <STYLE> and <SCRIPT> 
    when generating XML. This is needed if the whitespace in such elements is to 
    be parsed appropriately without having access to the DTD.
alt-text:Image;Type: String	;Default: - Default: -	;This option specifies the 
    default "alt=" text Tidy uses for <IMG> attributes. This feature is dangerous 
    as it suppresses further accessibility warnings. You are responsible for making 
    your documents accessible to people who can not see the images!
anchor-as-name:yes;Type: Boolean   Default: yes    Example: y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0      This option controls the deletion or addition of the name 
    attribute in elements where it can serve as anchor. If set to "yes", a name 
    attribute, if not already existing, is added along an existing id attribute if the 
    DTD allows it. If set to "no", any existing name attribute is removed if an id 
    attribute exists or has been added.
assume-xml-procins:no;Default: no;Example: y/n, yes/no, t/f, true/false, 1/0
    	;This option specifies if Tidy should change the parsing of processing 
    instructions to require ?> as the terminator rather than >. This option is 
    automatically set if the input is in XML.
bare:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should strip Microsoft specific HTML from 
    Word 2000 documents, and output spaces rather than non-breaking spaces 
    where they exist in the input.
clean:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should strip out surplus presentational 
    tags and attributes replacing them by style rules and structural markup as 
    appropriate. It works well on  the HTML saved by Microsoft Office products.
    	;See also: drop-font-tags
css-prefix:c;Type: String	;Default: c	;This option specifies the prefix that Tidy 
    uses for styles rules. By default, "c" will be used.
decorate-inferred-ul:no;This option specifies if Tidy should decorate inferred UL 
    elements with some CSS markup to avoid indentation to the right.
doctype:auto;Type: DocType	;Default: auto	;Example: omit, auto, strict, 
    transitional, user	;This option specifies the DOCTYPE declaration generated 
    by Tidy. If set to "omit" the output won’t contain a DOCTYPE declaration. If set 
    to "auto" (the default) Tidy will use an educated guess based upon the 
    contents of the document. If set to "strict", Tidy will set the DOCTYPE to the 
    strict DTD. If set to "loose", the DOCTYPE is set to the loose (transitional) DTD. 
    Alternatively, you can supply a string for the formal public identifier (FPI).
    	;For example:
;doctype:"-//ACME//DTD HTML 3.14159//EN"	;If you specify the FPI for an XHTML 
    document, Tidy will set the system identifier to an empty string. For an HTML 
    document, Tidy adds a system identifier only if one was already present in 
    order to preserve the processing mode of some browsers. Tidy leaves the 
    DOCTYPE for generic XML documents unchanged. --doctype omit implies 
    --numeric-entities yes. This option does not offer a validation of the document 
    conformance.
drop-empty-paras:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should discard empty 
    paragraphs.
drop-font-tags:no;Default: no;This option specifies if Tidy should discard 
    <FONT> and <CENTER> tags without creating the corresponding style rules. 
    This option can be set independently of the clean option.	;See also: clean
drop-proprietary-attributes:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy 
    should strip out proprietary attributes, such as MS data binding attributes.
enclose-block-text:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should insert 
    a <P> element to enclose any text it finds in any element that allows mixed 
    content for HTML transitional but not HTML strict.
enclose-text:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should enclose any 
    text it finds in the body element within a <P> element. This is useful when you 
    want to take existing HTML and use it with a style sheet.
escape-cdata:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should convert 
    <![CDATA[]]> sections to normal text.
fix-backslash:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    backslash characters "\" in URLs by forward slashes "/".
fix-bad-comments:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    unexpected hyphens with "=" characters when it comes across adjacent 
    hyphens. The default is yes. This option is provided for users of Cold Fusion 
    which uses the comment syntax: <!--- --->
fix-uri:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should check attribute 
    values that carry URIs for illegal characters and if such are found, escape them 
    as HTML 4 recommends.
hide-comments:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should print out 
    comments.
hide-endtags:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should omit optional 
    end-tags when generating the pretty printed markup. This option is ignored if 
    you are outputting to XML.
indent-cdata:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should indent 
    <![CDATA[]]> sections.
input-xml:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should use the XML 
    parser rather than the error correcting HTML parser.
join-classes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should combine class 
    names to generate a single new class name, if multiple class assignments are 
    detected on an element.	;See also: join-styles, repeated-attributes
join-styles:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should combine styles 
    to generate a single new style, if multiple style values are detected on an 
    element.	;See also: join-classes, repeated-attributes
literal-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should ensure that 
    whitespace characters within attribute values are passed through unchanged.
logical-emphasis:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    any occurrence of <I> by <EM> and any occurrence of <B> by <STRONG>. 
    In both cases, the attributes are preserved unchanged. This option can be set 
    independently of the clean and drop-font-tags options.
lower-literals:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should convert the 
    value of an attribute that takes a list of predefined values to lower case. This is 
    required for XHTML documents.
merge-divs:auto;Type: AutoBool	;Default: auto	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;Can be used to modify behavior of -c (--clean yes) option. This 
    option specifies if Tidy should merge nested <div> such as 
    "<div><div>...</div></div>". If set to "auto", the attributes of the inner 
    <div> are moved to the outer one. As well, nested <div> with ID attributes 
    are not merged. If set to "yes", the attributes of the inner <div> are discarded 
    with the exception of "class" and "style".	;See also: clean, merge-spans
merge-spans:auto;Type: AutoBool	;Default: auto	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;Can be used to modify behavior of -c (--clean yes) option. This 
    option specifies if Tidy should merge nested <span> such as 
    "<span><span>...</span></span>". The algorithm is identical to the one 
    used by --merge-divs.	;See also: clean, merge-divs
ncr:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should allow numeric 
    character references.
;new-blocklevel-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...
    	;This option specifies new block-level tags. This option takes a space or 
    comma separated list of tag names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will 
    refuse to generate a tidied file if the input includes previously unknown tags. 
    Note you can’t change the content model for elements such as <TABLE>, 
    <UL>, <OL> and <DL>. This option is ignored in XML mode.	;See also: 
    new-empty-tags, new-inline-tags, new-pre-tags
;new-empty-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...	;This 
    option specifies new empty inline tags. This option takes a space or comma 
    separated list of tag names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will refuse to 
    generate a tidied file if the input includes previously unknown tags. Remember 
    to also declare empty tags as either inline or blocklevel. This option is ignored 
    in XML mode.	;See also: new-blocklevel-tags, new-inline-tags, new-pre-tags
;new-inline-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...;This 
    option specifies new non-empty inline tags. This option takes a space or 
    comma separated list of tag names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will 
    refuse to generate a tidied file if the input includes previously unknown tags. 
    This option is ignored in XML mode.	;See also: new-blocklevel-tags, 
    new-empty-tags, new-pre-tags
;new-pre-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...	;This option 
    specifies new tags that are to be processed in exactly the same way as HTML’s 
    <PRE> element. This option takes a space or comma separated list of tag 
    names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will refuse to generate a tidied file if 
    the input includes previously unknown tags. Note you can not as yet add new 
    CDATA elements (similar to <SCRIPT>). This option is ignored in XML mode.
    	;See also: new-blocklevel-tags, new-empty-tags, new-inline-tags
;numeric-entities;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    entities other than the built-in HTML entities (&amp;, &lt;, &gt; and &quot;) in 
    the numeric rather than the named entity form. Only entities compatible with 
    the DOCTYPE declaration generated are used. Entities that can be represented 
    in the output encoding are translated correspondingly.	;See also: doctype, 
    preserve-entities
output-html:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should generate 
    pretty printed output, writing it as HTML.
output-xhtml:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should generate 
    pretty printed output, writing it as extensible HTML. This option causes Tidy to 
    set the DOCTYPE and default namespace as appropriate to XHTML. If a 
    DOCTYPE or namespace is given they will checked for consistency with the 
    content of the document. In the case of an inconsistency, the corrected values 
    will appear in the output. For XHTML, entities can be written as named or 
    numeric entities according to the setting of the "numeric-entities" option. The 
    original case of tags and attributes will be preserved, regardless of other 
    options.
output-xml:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should pretty print 
    output, writing it as well-formed XML. Any entities not defined in XML 1.0 will 
    be written as numeric entities to allow them to be parsed by a XML parser. The 
    original case of tags and attributes will be preserved, regardless of other 
    options.
preserve-entities:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should preserve 
    the well-formed entitites as found in the input.
quote-ampersand:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    unadorned & characters as &amp;.
quote-marks:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output " 
    characters as &quot; as is preferred by some editing environments. The 
    apostrophe character ’ is written out as &#39; since many web browsers don’t 
    yet support &apos;.
quote-nbsp:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    non-breaking space characters as entities, rather than as the Unicode 
    character value 160 (decimal).
repeated-attributes:keep-last;Type: enum	;Default: keep-last	;Example: 
    keep-first, keep-last	;This option specifies if Tidy should keep the first or last 
    attribute, if an attribute is repeated, e.g. has two align attributes.	;See also: 
    join-classes, join-styles
replace-color:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    numeric values in color attributes by HTML/XHTML color names where defined, 
    e.g. replace "#ffffff" with "white".
show-body-only:no;Type: AutoBool	;Default: no	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;This option specifies if Tidy should print only the contents of the 
    body tag as an HTML fragment. If set to "auto", this is performed only if the 
    body tag has been inferred. Useful for incorporating existing whole pages as a 
    portion of another page.
uppercase-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    attribute names in upper case. The default is no, which results in lower case 
    attribute names, except for XML input, where the original case is preserved.
uppercase-tags:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output tag 
    names in upper case. The default is no, which results in lower case tag names, 
    except for XML input, where the original case is preserved.
word-2000:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should go to great 
    pains to strip out all the surplus stuff Microsoft Word 2000 inserts when you 
    save Word documents as "Web pages". Doesn’t handle embedded images or 
    VML. You should consider using Word’s "Save As: Web Page, Filtered".
;------Diagnosticsoptions:-------------------------------------
accessibility-check:3;Type: enum	;Default: 0 (Tidy Classic)	;Example: 0 (Tidy 
    Classic), 1 (Priority 1 Checks), 2 (Priority 2 Checks), 3 (Priority 3 Checks)	;This 
    option specifies what level of accessibility checking, if any, that Tidy should 
    do. Level 0 is equivalent to Tidy Classic’s accessibility checking. For more 
    information on Tidy’s accessibility checking, visit the Adaptive Technology 
    Resource Centre at the University of Toronto at 
    http://www.aprompt.ca/Tidy/accessibilitychecks.html.
show-errors:10	;Type: Integer	;Default: 6	;Example: 0, 1, 2, ...	;This option 
    specifies the number Tidy uses to determine if further errors should be shown. 
    If set to 0, then no errors are shown.
show-warnings:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should suppress 
    warnings. This can be useful when a few errors are hidden in a flurry of 
    warnings.
;----------------------------PrettyPrint options:-----------------------------
break-before-br:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output a line 
    break before each <BR> element.
indent:no;Type: AutoBool	;Default: no	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;This option specifies if Tidy should indent block-level tags. If set 
    to "auto", this option causes Tidy to decide whether or not to indent the 
    content of tags such as TITLE, H1-H6, LI, TD, TD, or P depending on whether or 
    not the content includes a block-level element. You are advised to avoid 
    setting indent to yes as this can expose layout bugs in some browsers.	;See 
    also: indent-spaces
indent-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should begin 
    each attribute on a new line.
indent-spaces:0;Type: Integer	;Default: 2	;Example: 0, 1, 2, ...	;This option 
    specifies the number of spaces Tidy uses to indent content, when indentation 
    is enabled.=	;See also: indent
markup:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should generate a pretty 
    printed version of the markup. Note that Tidy won’t generate a pretty printed 
    version if it finds significant errors (see force-output).
punctuation-wrap:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    after some Unicode or Chinese punctuation characters.
sort-attributes:alpha;Type: enum	;Default: none	;Example: none, alpha	;This 
    option specifies that tidy should sort attributes within an element using the 
    specified sort algorithm. If set to "alpha", the algorithm is an ascending 
    alphabetic sort.
;split;Default: no	;Currently not used. Tidy Classic only.
tab-size:2;Type: Integer	;Default: 8	;Example: 0, 1, 2, ...	;This option 
    specifies the number of columns that Tidy uses between successive tab stops. 
    It is used to map tabs to spaces when reading the input. Tidy never outputs 
    tabs.
vertical-space:no;Default: no 	;This option specifies if Tidy should add some 
    empty lines for readability.
wrap:208;Type: Integer	;Default: 68	;Example: 0 (no wrapping), 1, 2, ...
    	;This option specifies the right margin Tidy uses for line wrapping. Tidy tries 
    to wrap lines so that they do not exceed this length. Set wrap to zero if you 
    want to disable line wrapping.
wrap-asp:no;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap text 
    contained within ASP pseudo elements, which look like: <% ... %>.
wrap-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    attribute values, for easier editing. This option can be set independently of 
    wrap-script-literals.	;See also: wrap-script-literals
wrap-jste:no;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap text 
    contained within JSTE pseudo elements, which look like: <# ... #>.
wrap-php:no;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap text 
    contained within PHP pseudo elements, which look like: <?php ... ?>.
wrap-script-literals:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    string literals that appear in script attributes. Tidy wraps long script string 
    literals by inserting a backslash character before the line break.	;See also: 
    wrap-attributes
wrap-sections:no;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    text contained within <![ ... ]> section tags.
;------------------------------------CharacterEncoding 
    options:--------------------------------------
ascii-chars:no;Default: no	;Can be used to modify behavior of -c (--clean yes) 
    option. If set to "yes" when using -c, &emdash;, &rdquo;, and other named 
    character entities are downgraded to their closest ascii equivalents.	;See 
    also: clean
char-encoding:ascii;Type: Encoding	;Default: ascii	;Example: raw, ascii, latin0, 
    latin1, utf8, iso2022, mac, win1252, ibm858, utf16le, utf16be, utf16, big5, 
    shiftjis	;This option specifies the character encoding Tidy uses for both the 
    input and output. For ascii, Tidy will accept Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1) character 
    values, but will use entities for all characters whose value > 127. For raw, Tidy 
    will output values above 127 without translating them into entities. For latin1, 
    characters above 255 will be written as entities. For utf8, Tidy assumes that 
    both input and output is encoded as UTF-8. You can use iso2022 for files 
    encoded using the ISO-2022 family of encodings e.g. ISO-2022-JP. For mac and 
    win1252, Tidy will accept vendor specific character values, but will use entities 
    for all characters whose value > 127.	;See also: input-encoding, 
    output-encoding
input-encoding:utf8;Type: Encoding	;Default: latin1	;Example: raw, ascii, 
    latin0, latin1, utf8, iso2022, mac, win1252, ibm858, utf16le, utf16be, utf16, 
    big5, shiftjis	;This option specifies the character encoding Tidy uses for the 
    input. See char-encoding for more info.	;See also: char-encoding
language:en;Type: String	;Default: -	;Default: -	;Currently not used, but this 
    option specifies the language Tidy uses (for instance "en").
;newline;Type: enum	;Default: Platform dependent	;Example: LF, CRLF, CR
    	;The default is appropriate to the current platform: CRLF on PC-DOS, 
    MS-Windows and OS/2, CR on Classic Mac OS, and LF everywhere else (Unix 
    and Linux).
;output-bom;Type: AutoBool	;Default: auto	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;This option specifies if Tidy should write a Unicode Byte Order 
    Mark character (BOM; also known as Zero Width No-Break Space; has value of 
    U+FEFF) to the beginning of the output; only for UTF-8 and UTF-16 output 
    encodings. If set to "auto", this option causes Tidy to write a BOM to the 
    output only if a BOM was present at the beginning of the input. A BOM is 
    always written for XML/XHTML output using UTF-16 output encodings.
output-encoding:ascii;Type: Encoding	;Default: ascii	;Example: raw, ascii, latin0, 
    latin1, utf8, iso2022, mac, win1252, ibm858, utf16le, utf16be, utf16, big5, 
    shiftjis	;This option specifies the character encoding Tidy uses for the output. 
    See char-encoding for more info. May only be different from input-encoding for 
    Latin encodings (ascii, latin0, latin1, mac, win1252, ibm858).	;See also: 
    char-encoding
;----------------------Miscellaneousoptions:-------------------------------
;error-file;Type: String	;Default: -	;Default: -	;This option specifies the error file 
    Tidy uses for errors and warnings. Normally errors and warnings are output to 
    "stderr".	;See also: output-file
;force-output;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should produce output 
    even if errors are encountered. Use this option with care - if Tidy reports an 
    error, this means Tidy was not able to, or is not sure how to, fix the error, so 
    the resulting output may not reflect your intention.
;gnu-emacs;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should change the 
    format for reporting errors and warnings to a format that is more easily parsed 
    by GNU Emacs.
;gnu-emacs-file;Type: String	;Default: - Default: - Used internally.
keep-time:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should keep the 
    original modification time of files that Tidy modifies in place. The default is no. 
    Setting the option to yes allows you to tidy files without causing these files to 
    be uploaded to a web server when using a tool such as SiteCopy. Note this 
    feature is not supported on some platforms.
;output-file;Type: String	;Default: -;Default: -	; This option specifies the output 
    file Tidy uses for markup. Normally markup is written to "stdout".	;See also: 
    error-file
;quiet;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output the summary of 
    the numbers of errors and warnings, or the welcome or informational 
    messages.
;slide-style;Type: String	;Default: -	;Default: -	;Currently not used. Tidy Classic 
    only.
tidy-mark:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should add a meta 
    element to the document head to indicate that the document has been tidied. 
    Tidy won’t add a meta element if one is already present.
write-back:yes;Default: no 	;This option specifies if Tidy should write back the 
    tidied markup to the same file it read from. You are advised to keep copies of 
    important files before tidying them, as on rare occasions the result may not be 
    what you expect.

[Tidy- tom indent]
;------------------xml,html, xhtml options--------------------------
add-xml-decl:yes;Example: y/n, yes/no, t/f, true/false, 1/0	;This option 
    specifies if Tidy should add the XML declaration when outputting XML or 
    XHTML. Note that if the input already includes an <?xml ... ?> declaration then 
    this option will be ignored. If the encoding for the output is different from 
    "ascii", one of the utf encodings or "raw", the declaration is always added as 
    required by the XML standard.	;See also: char-encoding, output-encoding
add-xml-space:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should add 
    xml:space="preserve" to elements such as <PRE>, <STYLE> and <SCRIPT> 
    when generating XML. This is needed if the whitespace in such elements is to 
    be parsed appropriately without having access to the DTD.
alt-text:Image;Type: String	;Default: - Default: -	;This option specifies the 
    default "alt=" text Tidy uses for <IMG> attributes. This feature is dangerous 
    as it suppresses further accessibility warnings. You are responsible for making 
    your documents accessible to people who can not see the images!
anchor-as-name:yes;Type: Boolean   Default: yes    Example: y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0      This option controls the deletion or addition of the name 
    attribute in elements where it can serve as anchor. If set to "yes", a name 
    attribute, if not already existing, is added along an existing id attribute if the 
    DTD allows it. If set to "no", any existing name attribute is removed if an id 
    attribute exists or has been added.
assume-xml-procins:no;Default: no;Example: y/n, yes/no, t/f, true/false, 1/0
    	;This option specifies if Tidy should change the parsing of processing 
    instructions to require ?> as the terminator rather than >. This option is 
    automatically set if the input is in XML.
bare:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should strip Microsoft specific HTML from 
    Word 2000 documents, and output spaces rather than non-breaking spaces 
    where they exist in the input.
clean:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should strip out surplus presentational 
    tags and attributes replacing them by style rules and structural markup as 
    appropriate. It works well on  the HTML saved by Microsoft Office products.
    	;See also: drop-font-tags
css-prefix:c;Type: String	;Default: c	;This option specifies the prefix that Tidy 
    uses for styles rules. By default, "c" will be used.
decorate-inferred-ul:no;This option specifies if Tidy should decorate inferred UL 
    elements with some CSS markup to avoid indentation to the right.
doctype:auto;Type: DocType	;Default: auto	;Example: omit, auto, strict, 
    transitional, user	;This option specifies the DOCTYPE declaration generated 
    by Tidy. If set to "omit" the output won’t contain a DOCTYPE declaration. If set 
    to "auto" (the default) Tidy will use an educated guess based upon the 
    contents of the document. If set to "strict", Tidy will set the DOCTYPE to the 
    strict DTD. If set to "loose", the DOCTYPE is set to the loose (transitional) DTD. 
    Alternatively, you can supply a string for the formal public identifier (FPI).
    	;For example:
;doctype:"-//ACME//DTD HTML 3.14159//EN"	;If you specify the FPI for an XHTML 
    document, Tidy will set the system identifier to an empty string. For an HTML 
    document, Tidy adds a system identifier only if one was already present in 
    order to preserve the processing mode of some browsers. Tidy leaves the 
    DOCTYPE for generic XML documents unchanged. --doctype omit implies 
    --numeric-entities yes. This option does not offer a validation of the document 
    conformance.
drop-empty-paras:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should discard empty 
    paragraphs.
drop-font-tags:no;Default: no;This option specifies if Tidy should discard 
    <FONT> and <CENTER> tags without creating the corresponding style rules. 
    This option can be set independently of the clean option.	;See also: clean
drop-proprietary-attributes:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy 
    should strip out proprietary attributes, such as MS data binding attributes.
enclose-block-text:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should insert 
    a <P> element to enclose any text it finds in any element that allows mixed 
    content for HTML transitional but not HTML strict.
enclose-text:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should enclose any 
    text it finds in the body element within a <P> element. This is useful when you 
    want to take existing HTML and use it with a style sheet.
escape-cdata:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should convert 
    <![CDATA[]]> sections to normal text.
fix-backslash:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    backslash characters "\" in URLs by forward slashes "/".
fix-bad-comments:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    unexpected hyphens with "=" characters when it comes across adjacent 
    hyphens. The default is yes. This option is provided for users of Cold Fusion 
    which uses the comment syntax: <!--- --->
fix-uri:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should check attribute 
    values that carry URIs for illegal characters and if such are found, escape them 
    as HTML 4 recommends.
hide-comments:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should print out 
    comments.
hide-endtags:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should omit optional 
    end-tags when generating the pretty printed markup. This option is ignored if 
    you are outputting to XML.
indent-cdata:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should indent 
    <![CDATA[]]> sections.
input-xml:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should use the XML 
    parser rather than the error correcting HTML parser.
join-classes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should combine class 
    names to generate a single new class name, if multiple class assignments are 
    detected on an element.	;See also: join-styles, repeated-attributes
join-styles:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should combine styles 
    to generate a single new style, if multiple style values are detected on an 
    element.	;See also: join-classes, repeated-attributes
literal-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should ensure that 
    whitespace characters within attribute values are passed through unchanged.
logical-emphasis:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    any occurrence of <I> by <EM> and any occurrence of <B> by <STRONG>. 
    In both cases, the attributes are preserved unchanged. This option can be set 
    independently of the clean and drop-font-tags options.
lower-literals:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should convert the 
    value of an attribute that takes a list of predefined values to lower case. This is 
    required for XHTML documents.
merge-divs:auto;Type: AutoBool	;Default: auto	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;Can be used to modify behavior of -c (--clean yes) option. This 
    option specifies if Tidy should merge nested <div> such as 
    "<div><div>...</div></div>". If set to "auto", the attributes of the inner 
    <div> are moved to the outer one. As well, nested <div> with ID attributes 
    are not merged. If set to "yes", the attributes of the inner <div> are discarded 
    with the exception of "class" and "style".	;See also: clean, merge-spans
merge-spans:auto;Type: AutoBool	;Default: auto	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;Can be used to modify behavior of -c (--clean yes) option. This 
    option specifies if Tidy should merge nested <span> such as 
    "<span><span>...</span></span>". The algorithm is identical to the one 
    used by --merge-divs.	;See also: clean, merge-divs
ncr:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should allow numeric 
    character references.
;new-blocklevel-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...
    	;This option specifies new block-level tags. This option takes a space or 
    comma separated list of tag names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will 
    refuse to generate a tidied file if the input includes previously unknown tags. 
    Note you can’t change the content model for elements such as <TABLE>, 
    <UL>, <OL> and <DL>. This option is ignored in XML mode.	;See also: 
    new-empty-tags, new-inline-tags, new-pre-tags
;new-empty-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...	;This 
    option specifies new empty inline tags. This option takes a space or comma 
    separated list of tag names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will refuse to 
    generate a tidied file if the input includes previously unknown tags. Remember 
    to also declare empty tags as either inline or blocklevel. This option is ignored 
    in XML mode.	;See also: new-blocklevel-tags, new-inline-tags, new-pre-tags
;new-inline-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...;This 
    option specifies new non-empty inline tags. This option takes a space or 
    comma separated list of tag names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will 
    refuse to generate a tidied file if the input includes previously unknown tags. 
    This option is ignored in XML mode.	;See also: new-blocklevel-tags, 
    new-empty-tags, new-pre-tags
;new-pre-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...	;This option 
    specifies new tags that are to be processed in exactly the same way as HTML’s 
    <PRE> element. This option takes a space or comma separated list of tag 
    names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will refuse to generate a tidied file if 
    the input includes previously unknown tags. Note you can not as yet add new 
    CDATA elements (similar to <SCRIPT>). This option is ignored in XML mode.
    	;See also: new-blocklevel-tags, new-empty-tags, new-inline-tags
;numeric-entities;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    entities other than the built-in HTML entities (&amp;, &lt;, &gt; and &quot;) in 
    the numeric rather than the named entity form. Only entities compatible with 
    the DOCTYPE declaration generated are used. Entities that can be represented 
    in the output encoding are translated correspondingly.	;See also: doctype, 
    preserve-entities
output-html:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should generate 
    pretty printed output, writing it as HTML.
output-xhtml:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should generate 
    pretty printed output, writing it as extensible HTML. This option causes Tidy to 
    set the DOCTYPE and default namespace as appropriate to XHTML. If a 
    DOCTYPE or namespace is given they will checked for consistency with the 
    content of the document. In the case of an inconsistency, the corrected values 
    will appear in the output. For XHTML, entities can be written as named or 
    numeric entities according to the setting of the "numeric-entities" option. The 
    original case of tags and attributes will be preserved, regardless of other 
    options.
output-xml:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should pretty print 
    output, writing it as well-formed XML. Any entities not defined in XML 1.0 will 
    be written as numeric entities to allow them to be parsed by a XML parser. The 
    original case of tags and attributes will be preserved, regardless of other 
    options.
preserve-entities:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should preserve 
    the well-formed entitites as found in the input.
quote-ampersand:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    unadorned & characters as &amp;.
quote-marks:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output " 
    characters as &quot; as is preferred by some editing environments. The 
    apostrophe character ’ is written out as &#39; since many web browsers don’t 
    yet support &apos;.
quote-nbsp:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    non-breaking space characters as entities, rather than as the Unicode 
    character value 160 (decimal).
repeated-attributes:keep-last;Type: enum	;Default: keep-last	;Example: 
    keep-first, keep-last	;This option specifies if Tidy should keep the first or last 
    attribute, if an attribute is repeated, e.g. has two align attributes.	;See also: 
    join-classes, join-styles
replace-color:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    numeric values in color attributes by HTML/XHTML color names where defined, 
    e.g. replace "#ffffff" with "white".
show-body-only:no;Type: AutoBool	;Default: no	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;This option specifies if Tidy should print only the contents of the 
    body tag as an HTML fragment. If set to "auto", this is performed only if the 
    body tag has been inferred. Useful for incorporating existing whole pages as a 
    portion of another page.
uppercase-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    attribute names in upper case. The default is no, which results in lower case 
    attribute names, except for XML input, where the original case is preserved.
uppercase-tags:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output tag 
    names in upper case. The default is no, which results in lower case tag names, 
    except for XML input, where the original case is preserved.
word-2000:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should go to great 
    pains to strip out all the surplus stuff Microsoft Word 2000 inserts when you 
    save Word documents as "Web pages". Doesn’t handle embedded images or 
    VML. You should consider using Word’s "Save As: Web Page, Filtered".
;------Diagnosticsoptions:-------------------------------------
accessibility-check:3;Type: enum	;Default: 0 (Tidy Classic)	;Example: 0 (Tidy 
    Classic), 1 (Priority 1 Checks), 2 (Priority 2 Checks), 3 (Priority 3 Checks)	;This 
    option specifies what level of accessibility checking, if any, that Tidy should 
    do. Level 0 is equivalent to Tidy Classic’s accessibility checking. For more 
    information on Tidy’s accessibility checking, visit the Adaptive Technology 
    Resource Centre at the University of Toronto at 
    http://www.aprompt.ca/Tidy/accessibilitychecks.html.
show-errors:10	;Type: Integer	;Default: 6	;Example: 0, 1, 2, ...	;This option 
    specifies the number Tidy uses to determine if further errors should be shown. 
    If set to 0, then no errors are shown.
show-warnings:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should suppress 
    warnings. This can be useful when a few errors are hidden in a flurry of 
    warnings.
;----------------------------PrettyPrint options:-----------------------------
break-before-br:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output a line 
    break before each <BR> element.
indent:yes;Type: AutoBool	;Default: no	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;This option specifies if Tidy should indent block-level tags. If set 
    to "auto", this option causes Tidy to decide whether or not to indent the 
    content of tags such as TITLE, H1-H6, LI, TD, TD, or P depending on whether or 
    not the content includes a block-level element. You are advised to avoid 
    setting indent to yes as this can expose layout bugs in some browsers.	;See 
    also: indent-spaces
indent-attributes:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should begin 
    each attribute on a new line.
indent-spaces:2;Type: Integer	;Default: 2	;Example: 0, 1, 2, ...	;This option 
    specifies the number of spaces Tidy uses to indent content, when indentation 
    is enabled.=	;See also: indent
markup:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should generate a pretty 
    printed version of the markup. Note that Tidy won’t generate a pretty printed 
    version if it finds significant errors (see force-output).
punctuation-wrap:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    after some Unicode or Chinese punctuation characters.
sort-attributes:alpha;Type: enum	;Default: none	;Example: none, alpha	;This 
    option specifies that tidy should sort attributes within an element using the 
    specified sort algorithm. If set to "alpha", the algorithm is an ascending 
    alphabetic sort.
;split;Default: no	;Currently not used. Tidy Classic only.
tab-size:2;Type: Integer	;Default: 8	;Example: 0, 1, 2, ...	;This option 
    specifies the number of columns that Tidy uses between successive tab stops. 
    It is used to map tabs to spaces when reading the input. Tidy never outputs 
    tabs.
vertical-space:no;Default: no 	;This option specifies if Tidy should add some 
    empty lines for readability.
wrap:208;Type: Integer	;Default: 68	;Example: 0 (no wrapping), 1, 2, ...
    	;This option specifies the right margin Tidy uses for line wrapping. Tidy tries 
    to wrap lines so that they do not exceed this length. Set wrap to zero if you 
    want to disable line wrapping.
wrap-asp:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap text 
    contained within ASP pseudo elements, which look like: <% ... %>.
wrap-attributes:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    attribute values, for easier editing. This option can be set independently of 
    wrap-script-literals.	;See also: wrap-script-literals
wrap-jste:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap text 
    contained within JSTE pseudo elements, which look like: <# ... #>.
wrap-php:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap text 
    contained within PHP pseudo elements, which look like: <?php ... ?>.
wrap-script-literals:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should line 
    wrap string literals that appear in script attributes. Tidy wraps long script 
    string literals by inserting a backslash character before the line break.	;See 
    also: wrap-attributes
wrap-sections:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    text contained within <![ ... ]> section tags.
;------------------------------------CharacterEncoding 
    options:--------------------------------------
ascii-chars:no;Default: no	;Can be used to modify behavior of -c (--clean yes) 
    option. If set to "yes" when using -c, &emdash;, &rdquo;, and other named 
    character entities are downgraded to their closest ascii equivalents.	;See 
    also: clean
char-encoding:ascii;Type: Encoding	;Default: ascii	;Example: raw, ascii, latin0, 
    latin1, utf8, iso2022, mac, win1252, ibm858, utf16le, utf16be, utf16, big5, 
    shiftjis	;This option specifies the character encoding Tidy uses for both the 
    input and output. For ascii, Tidy will accept Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1) character 
    values, but will use entities for all characters whose value > 127. For raw, Tidy 
    will output values above 127 without translating them into entities. For latin1, 
    characters above 255 will be written as entities. For utf8, Tidy assumes that 
    both input and output is encoded as UTF-8. You can use iso2022 for files 
    encoded using the ISO-2022 family of encodings e.g. ISO-2022-JP. For mac and 
    win1252, Tidy will accept vendor specific character values, but will use entities 
    for all characters whose value > 127.	;See also: input-encoding, 
    output-encoding
input-encoding:utf8;Type: Encoding	;Default: latin1	;Example: raw, ascii, 
    latin0, latin1, utf8, iso2022, mac, win1252, ibm858, utf16le, utf16be, utf16, 
    big5, shiftjis	;This option specifies the character encoding Tidy uses for the 
    input. See char-encoding for more info.	;See also: char-encoding
language:en;Type: String	;Default: -	;Default: -	;Currently not used, but this 
    option specifies the language Tidy uses (for instance "en").
;newline;Type: enum	;Default: Platform dependent	;Example: LF, CRLF, CR
    	;The default is appropriate to the current platform: CRLF on PC-DOS, 
    MS-Windows and OS/2, CR on Classic Mac OS, and LF everywhere else (Unix 
    and Linux).
;output-bom;Type: AutoBool	;Default: auto	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;This option specifies if Tidy should write a Unicode Byte Order 
    Mark character (BOM; also known as Zero Width No-Break Space; has value of 
    U+FEFF) to the beginning of the output; only for UTF-8 and UTF-16 output 
    encodings. If set to "auto", this option causes Tidy to write a BOM to the 
    output only if a BOM was present at the beginning of the input. A BOM is 
    always written for XML/XHTML output using UTF-16 output encodings.
output-encoding:ascii;Type: Encoding	;Default: ascii	;Example: raw, ascii, latin0, 
    latin1, utf8, iso2022, mac, win1252, ibm858, utf16le, utf16be, utf16, big5, 
    shiftjis	;This option specifies the character encoding Tidy uses for the output. 
    See char-encoding for more info. May only be different from input-encoding for 
    Latin encodings (ascii, latin0, latin1, mac, win1252, ibm858).	;See also: 
    char-encoding
;----------------------Miscellaneousoptions:-------------------------------
;error-file;Type: String	;Default: -	;Default: -	;This option specifies the error file 
    Tidy uses for errors and warnings. Normally errors and warnings are output to 
    "stderr".	;See also: output-file
;force-output;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should produce output 
    even if errors are encountered. Use this option with care - if Tidy reports an 
    error, this means Tidy was not able to, or is not sure how to, fix the error, so 
    the resulting output may not reflect your intention.
;gnu-emacs;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should change the 
    format for reporting errors and warnings to a format that is more easily parsed 
    by GNU Emacs.
;gnu-emacs-file;Type: String	;Default: - Default: - Used internally.
keep-time:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should keep the 
    original modification time of files that Tidy modifies in place. The default is no. 
    Setting the option to yes allows you to tidy files without causing these files to 
    be uploaded to a web server when using a tool such as SiteCopy. Note this 
    feature is not supported on some platforms.
;output-file;Type: String	;Default: -;Default: -	; This option specifies the output 
    file Tidy uses for markup. Normally markup is written to "stdout".	;See also: 
    error-file
;quiet;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output the summary of 
    the numbers of errors and warnings, or the welcome or informational 
    messages.
;slide-style;Type: String	;Default: -	;Default: -	;Currently not used. Tidy Classic 
    only.
tidy-mark:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should add a meta 
    element to the document head to indicate that the document has been tidied. 
    Tidy won’t add a meta element if one is already present.
write-back:yes;Default: no 	;This option specifies if Tidy should write back the 
    tidied markup to the same file it read from. You are advised to keep copies of 
    important files before tidying them, as on rare occasions the result may not be 
    what you expect.

[TiDyclean Document - wrap]
bare:no
clean:no
fix-bad-comments:yes
fix-backslash:yes
indent:yes
indent-attributes:yes
indent-spaces:2
char-encoding:ascii
quote-ampersand:yes
quote-nbsp:yes
replace-color:yes
word-2000:yes
wrap-attributes:yes
wrap-asp:yes
wrap-jste:yes
wrap-php:yes
write-back:yes
wrap:208
break-before-br:yes

[TiDyclean Document - nowrap]
bare:no
char-encoding:ascii
clean:no
fix-bad-comments:yes
fix-backslash:yes
indent:yes
indent-attributes:no
indent-spaces:2
quote-ampersand:yes
quote-nbsp:yes
replace-color:yes
wrap-asp:no
wrap-jste:no
wrap-php:no
write-back:yes
wrap:208
break-before-br:yes

[TiDyclean Document - nowrap, no indent]
bare:no
clean:no
fix-bad-comments:yes
fix-backslash:yes
indent:no
indent-attributes:no
indent-spaces:2
char-encoding:ascii
quote-ampersand:yes
quote-nbsp:no
word-2000:yes
replace-color:yes
wrap-asp:no
wrap-jste:no
wrap-php:no
write-back:yes
wrap:208
break-before-br:yes

[TiDyclean Microsoft Word 2000 document]
doctype:auto
drop-empty-paras:yes
fix-bad-comments:yes
fix-uri:yes
join-styles:yes
lower-literals:yes
ncr:yes
quote-ampersand:yes
quote-nbsp:yes
word-2000:yes
markup:yes
wrap-jste:yes
wrap-php:yes
wrap-section:yes
write-back:yes
wrap:208
break-before-br:yes

[TiDyclean Document - quote]
quote-ampersand:yes
quote-marks:yes
quote-nbsp:yes
write-back:yes
wrap:208
break-before-br:yes

[TiDyupgrade to CSS]
add-xml-decl:no
add-xml-pi:no
alt-text:Image
clean:yes
doctype:auto
drop-empty-paras:no
drop-font-tags:yes
fix-backslash:yes
fix-bad-comments:yes
hide-endtags:no
char-encoding:ascii
indent:yes
indent-attributes:yes
indent-spaces:2
input-xml:no
markup:yes
quiet:yes
quote-ampersand:yes
quote-nbsp:yes
tidy-mark:no
uppercase-attributes:no
uppercase-tags:no
word-2000:yes
wrap-asp:yes
wrap-attributes:yes
wrap-jste:yes
wrap-php:yes
write-back:yes
wrap:208
break-before-br:yes

[TiDyconvert to XML]
add-xml-decl:yes
add-xml-pi:yes
alt-text:Image
clean:yes
doctype:AUTO
drop-empty-paras:no
drop-font-tags:yes
fix-bad-comments:yes
hide-endtags:no
char-encoding:ascii
indent:yes
indent-spaces:2
input-xml:no
markup:yes
output-xml:yes
quiet:yes
quote-ampersand:yes
quote-nbsp:yes
tidy-mark:no
uppercase-attributes:no
uppercase-tags:no
word-2000:yes
wrap-asp:yes
wrap-attributes:yes
wrap-jste:yes
wrap-php:yes
write-back:yes
wrap:208
break-before-br:yes

[Tidyconvert to XHTML]
accessibility-check:3
add-xml-decl:yes
add-xml-space:no
add-xml-pi:no
alt-text:Image
doctype:auto
drop-empty-paras:yes
drop-font-tags:yes
drop-proprietary-attributes:yes
error-file:error.log
fix-backslash:yes
fix-bad-comments:yes
hide-endtags:no
char-encoding:ascii
indent:yes
indent-spaces:2
indent-attributes:yes
input-xml:no
literal-attributes:yes
logical-emphasis:yes
lower-literals:yes
markup:yes
output-xml:no
punctuation-wrap:yes
quiet:yes
replace-color:yes
sort-attributes:yes
tidy-mark:yes
uppercase-attributes:no
uppercase-tags:no
word-2000:no
wrap-asp:yes
wrap-attributes:yes
wrap-jste:yes
wrap-php:yes
write-back:yes
wrap:208
break-before-br:yes
clean:yes
output-xhtml:yes

[Tidywrap 4095]
;   note, only the pretty print is different between tom indent / 
    no-indent---------------------
;------------------xml,html, xhtml options--------------------------
add-xml-decl:yes;Example: y/n, yes/no, t/f, true/false, 1/0	;This option 
    specifies if Tidy should add the XML declaration when outputting XML or 
    XHTML. Note that if the input already includes an <?xml ... ?> declaration then 
    this option will be ignored. If the encoding for the output is different from 
    "ascii", one of the utf encodings or "raw", the declaration is always added as 
    required by the XML standard.	;See also: char-encoding, output-encoding
add-xml-space:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should add 
    xml:space="preserve" to elements such as <PRE>, <STYLE> and <SCRIPT> 
    when generating XML. This is needed if the whitespace in such elements is to 
    be parsed appropriately without having access to the DTD.
alt-text:Image;Type: String	;Default: - Default: -	;This option specifies the 
    default "alt=" text Tidy uses for <IMG> attributes. This feature is dangerous 
    as it suppresses further accessibility warnings. You are responsible for making 
    your documents accessible to people who can not see the images!
anchor-as-name:yes;Type: Boolean   Default: yes    Example: y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0      This option controls the deletion or addition of the name 
    attribute in elements where it can serve as anchor. If set to "yes", a name 
    attribute, if not already existing, is added along an existing id attribute if the 
    DTD allows it. If set to "no", any existing name attribute is removed if an id 
    attribute exists or has been added.
assume-xml-procins:no;Default: no;Example: y/n, yes/no, t/f, true/false, 1/0
    	;This option specifies if Tidy should change the parsing of processing 
    instructions to require ?> as the terminator rather than >. This option is 
    automatically set if the input is in XML.
bare:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should strip Microsoft specific HTML from 
    Word 2000 documents, and output spaces rather than non-breaking spaces 
    where they exist in the input.
clean:no;This option specifies if Tidy should strip out surplus presentational 
    tags and attributes replacing them by style rules and structural markup as 
    appropriate. It works well on  the HTML saved by Microsoft Office products.
    	;See also: drop-font-tags
css-prefix:c;Type: String	;Default: c	;This option specifies the prefix that Tidy 
    uses for styles rules. By default, "c" will be used.
decorate-inferred-ul:no;This option specifies if Tidy should decorate inferred UL 
    elements with some CSS markup to avoid indentation to the right.
doctype:auto;Type: DocType	;Default: auto	;Example: omit, auto, strict, 
    transitional, user	;This option specifies the DOCTYPE declaration generated 
    by Tidy. If set to "omit" the output won’t contain a DOCTYPE declaration. If set 
    to "auto" (the default) Tidy will use an educated guess based upon the 
    contents of the document. If set to "strict", Tidy will set the DOCTYPE to the 
    strict DTD. If set to "loose", the DOCTYPE is set to the loose (transitional) DTD. 
    Alternatively, you can supply a string for the formal public identifier (FPI).
    	;For example:
;doctype:"-//ACME//DTD HTML 3.14159//EN"	;If you specify the FPI for an XHTML 
    document, Tidy will set the system identifier to an empty string. For an HTML 
    document, Tidy adds a system identifier only if one was already present in 
    order to preserve the processing mode of some browsers. Tidy leaves the 
    DOCTYPE for generic XML documents unchanged. --doctype omit implies 
    --numeric-entities yes. This option does not offer a validation of the document 
    conformance.
drop-empty-paras:yes;This option specifies if Tidy should discard empty 
    paragraphs.
drop-font-tags:no;Default: no;This option specifies if Tidy should discard 
    <FONT> and <CENTER> tags without creating the corresponding style rules. 
    This option can be set independently of the clean option.	;See also: clean
drop-proprietary-attributes:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy 
    should strip out proprietary attributes, such as MS data binding attributes.
enclose-block-text:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should insert 
    a <P> element to enclose any text it finds in any element that allows mixed 
    content for HTML transitional but not HTML strict.
enclose-text:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should enclose any 
    text it finds in the body element within a <P> element. This is useful when you 
    want to take existing HTML and use it with a style sheet.
escape-cdata:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should convert 
    <![CDATA[]]> sections to normal text.
fix-backslash:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    backslash characters "\" in URLs by forward slashes "/".
fix-bad-comments:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    unexpected hyphens with "=" characters when it comes across adjacent 
    hyphens. The default is yes. This option is provided for users of Cold Fusion 
    which uses the comment syntax: <!--- --->
fix-uri:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should check attribute 
    values that carry URIs for illegal characters and if such are found, escape them 
    as HTML 4 recommends.
hide-comments:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should print out 
    comments.
hide-endtags:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should omit optional 
    end-tags when generating the pretty printed markup. This option is ignored if 
    you are outputting to XML.
indent-cdata:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should indent 
    <![CDATA[]]> sections.
input-xml:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should use the XML 
    parser rather than the error correcting HTML parser.
join-classes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should combine class 
    names to generate a single new class name, if multiple class assignments are 
    detected on an element.	;See also: join-styles, repeated-attributes
join-styles:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should combine styles 
    to generate a single new style, if multiple style values are detected on an 
    element.	;See also: join-classes, repeated-attributes
literal-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should ensure that 
    whitespace characters within attribute values are passed through unchanged.
logical-emphasis:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    any occurrence of <I> by <EM> and any occurrence of <B> by <STRONG>. 
    In both cases, the attributes are preserved unchanged. This option can be set 
    independently of the clean and drop-font-tags options.
lower-literals:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should convert the 
    value of an attribute that takes a list of predefined values to lower case. This is 
    required for XHTML documents.
merge-divs:auto;Type: AutoBool	;Default: auto	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;Can be used to modify behavior of -c (--clean yes) option. This 
    option specifies if Tidy should merge nested <div> such as 
    "<div><div>...</div></div>". If set to "auto", the attributes of the inner 
    <div> are moved to the outer one. As well, nested <div> with ID attributes 
    are not merged. If set to "yes", the attributes of the inner <div> are discarded 
    with the exception of "class" and "style".	;See also: clean, merge-spans
merge-spans:auto;Type: AutoBool	;Default: auto	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;Can be used to modify behavior of -c (--clean yes) option. This 
    option specifies if Tidy should merge nested <span> such as 
    "<span><span>...</span></span>". The algorithm is identical to the one 
    used by --merge-divs.	;See also: clean, merge-divs
ncr:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should allow numeric 
    character references.
;new-blocklevel-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...
    	;This option specifies new block-level tags. This option takes a space or 
    comma separated list of tag names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will 
    refuse to generate a tidied file if the input includes previously unknown tags. 
    Note you can’t change the content model for elements such as <TABLE>, 
    <UL>, <OL> and <DL>. This option is ignored in XML mode.	;See also: 
    new-empty-tags, new-inline-tags, new-pre-tags
;new-empty-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...	;This 
    option specifies new empty inline tags. This option takes a space or comma 
    separated list of tag names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will refuse to 
    generate a tidied file if the input includes previously unknown tags. Remember 
    to also declare empty tags as either inline or blocklevel. This option is ignored 
    in XML mode.	;See also: new-blocklevel-tags, new-inline-tags, new-pre-tags
;new-inline-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...;This 
    option specifies new non-empty inline tags. This option takes a space or 
    comma separated list of tag names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will 
    refuse to generate a tidied file if the input includes previously unknown tags. 
    This option is ignored in XML mode.	;See also: new-blocklevel-tags, 
    new-empty-tags, new-pre-tags
;new-pre-tags;Type: Tag names	;Default: -	;Example: tagX, tagY, ...	;This option 
    specifies new tags that are to be processed in exactly the same way as HTML’s 
    <PRE> element. This option takes a space or comma separated list of tag 
    names. Unless you declare new tags, Tidy will refuse to generate a tidied file if 
    the input includes previously unknown tags. Note you can not as yet add new 
    CDATA elements (similar to <SCRIPT>). This option is ignored in XML mode.
    	;See also: new-blocklevel-tags, new-empty-tags, new-inline-tags
;numeric-entities;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    entities other than the built-in HTML entities (&amp;, &lt;, &gt; and &quot;) in 
    the numeric rather than the named entity form. Only entities compatible with 
    the DOCTYPE declaration generated are used. Entities that can be represented 
    in the output encoding are translated correspondingly.	;See also: doctype, 
    preserve-entities
output-html:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should generate 
    pretty printed output, writing it as HTML.
output-xhtml:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should generate 
    pretty printed output, writing it as extensible HTML. This option causes Tidy to 
    set the DOCTYPE and default namespace as appropriate to XHTML. If a 
    DOCTYPE or namespace is given they will checked for consistency with the 
    content of the document. In the case of an inconsistency, the corrected values 
    will appear in the output. For XHTML, entities can be written as named or 
    numeric entities according to the setting of the "numeric-entities" option. The 
    original case of tags and attributes will be preserved, regardless of other 
    options.
output-xml:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should pretty print 
    output, writing it as well-formed XML. Any entities not defined in XML 1.0 will 
    be written as numeric entities to allow them to be parsed by a XML parser. The 
    original case of tags and attributes will be preserved, regardless of other 
    options.
preserve-entities:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should preserve 
    the well-formed entitites as found in the input.
quote-ampersand:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    unadorned & characters as &amp;.
quote-marks:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output " 
    characters as &quot; as is preferred by some editing environments. The 
    apostrophe character ’ is written out as &#39; since many web browsers don’t 
    yet support &apos;.
quote-nbsp:yes;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    non-breaking space characters as entities, rather than as the Unicode 
    character value 160 (decimal).
repeated-attributes:keep-last;Type: enum	;Default: keep-last	;Example: 
    keep-first, keep-last	;This option specifies if Tidy should keep the first or last 
    attribute, if an attribute is repeated, e.g. has two align attributes.	;See also: 
    join-classes, join-styles
replace-color:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should replace 
    numeric values in color attributes by HTML/XHTML color names where defined, 
    e.g. replace "#ffffff" with "white".
show-body-only:no;Type: AutoBool	;Default: no	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;This option specifies if Tidy should print only the contents of the 
    body tag as an HTML fragment. If set to "auto", this is performed only if the 
    body tag has been inferred. Useful for incorporating existing whole pages as a 
    portion of another page.
uppercase-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output 
    attribute names in upper case. The default is no, which results in lower case 
    attribute names, except for XML input, where the original case is preserved.
uppercase-tags:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output tag 
    names in upper case. The default is no, which results in lower case tag names, 
    except for XML input, where the original case is preserved.
word-2000:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should go to great 
    pains to strip out all the surplus stuff Microsoft Word 2000 inserts when you 
    save Word documents as "Web pages". Doesn’t handle embedded images or 
    VML. You should consider using Word’s "Save As: Web Page, Filtered".
;------Diagnosticsoptions:-------------------------------------
accessibility-check:3;Type: enum	;Default: 0 (Tidy Classic)	;Example: 0 (Tidy 
    Classic), 1 (Priority 1 Checks), 2 (Priority 2 Checks), 3 (Priority 3 Checks)	;This 
    option specifies what level of accessibility checking, if any, that Tidy should 
    do. Level 0 is equivalent to Tidy Classic’s accessibility checking. For more 
    information on Tidy’s accessibility checking, visit the Adaptive Technology 
    Resource Centre at the University of Toronto at 
    http://www.aprompt.ca/Tidy/accessibilitychecks.html.
show-errors:10	;Type: Integer	;Default: 6	;Example: 0, 1, 2, ...	;This option 
    specifies the number Tidy uses to determine if further errors should be shown. 
    If set to 0, then no errors are shown.
show-warnings:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should suppress 
    warnings. This can be useful when a few errors are hidden in a flurry of 
    warnings.
;----------------------------PrettyPrint options:-----------------------------
break-before-br:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output a line 
    break before each <BR> element.
indent:no;Type: AutoBool	;Default: no	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;This option specifies if Tidy should indent block-level tags. If set 
    to "auto", this option causes Tidy to decide whether or not to indent the 
    content of tags such as TITLE, H1-H6, LI, TD, TD, or P depending on whether or 
    not the content includes a block-level element. You are advised to avoid 
    setting indent to yes as this can expose layout bugs in some browsers.	;See 
    also: indent-spaces
indent-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should begin 
    each attribute on a new line.
indent-spaces:0;Type: Integer	;Default: 2	;Example: 0, 1, 2, ...	;This option 
    specifies the number of spaces Tidy uses to indent content, when indentation 
    is enabled.=	;See also: indent
markup:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should generate a pretty 
    printed version of the markup. Note that Tidy won’t generate a pretty printed 
    version if it finds significant errors (see force-output).
punctuation-wrap:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    after some Unicode or Chinese punctuation characters.
sort-attributes:alpha;Type: enum	;Default: none	;Example: none, alpha	;This 
    option specifies that tidy should sort attributes within an element using the 
    specified sort algorithm. If set to "alpha", the algorithm is an ascending 
    alphabetic sort.
;split;Default: no	;Currently not used. Tidy Classic only.
tab-size:2;Type: Integer	;Default: 8	;Example: 0, 1, 2, ...	;This option 
    specifies the number of columns that Tidy uses between successive tab stops. 
    It is used to map tabs to spaces when reading the input. Tidy never outputs 
    tabs.
vertical-space:no;Default: no 	;This option specifies if Tidy should add some 
    empty lines for readability.

wrap:4095;Type: Integer	;Default: 68	;Example: 0 (no wrapping), 1, 2, ...
    	;This option specifies the right margin Tidy uses for line wrapping. Tidy tries 
    to wrap lines so that they do not exceed this length. Set wrap to zero if you 
    want to disable line wrapping.

wrap-asp:no;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap text 
    contained within ASP pseudo elements, which look like: <% ... %>.
wrap-attributes:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    attribute values, for easier editing. This option can be set independently of 
    wrap-script-literals.	;See also: wrap-script-literals
wrap-jste:no;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap text 
    contained within JSTE pseudo elements, which look like: <# ... #>.
wrap-php:no;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap text 
    contained within PHP pseudo elements, which look like: <?php ... ?>.
wrap-script-literals:no;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    string literals that appear in script attributes. Tidy wraps long script string 
    literals by inserting a backslash character before the line break.	;See also: 
    wrap-attributes
wrap-sections:no;Default: yes	;This option specifies if Tidy should line wrap 
    text contained within <![ ... ]> section tags.
;------------------------------------CharacterEncoding 
    options:--------------------------------------
ascii-chars:no;Default: no	;Can be used to modify behavior of -c (--clean yes) 
    option. If set to "yes" when using -c, &emdash;, &rdquo;, and other named 
    character entities are downgraded to their closest ascii equivalents.	;See 
    also: clean
char-encoding:ascii;Type: Encoding	;Default: ascii	;Example: raw, ascii, latin0, 
    latin1, utf8, iso2022, mac, win1252, ibm858, utf16le, utf16be, utf16, big5, 
    shiftjis	;This option specifies the character encoding Tidy uses for both the 
    input and output. For ascii, Tidy will accept Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1) character 
    values, but will use entities for all characters whose value > 127. For raw, Tidy 
    will output values above 127 without translating them into entities. For latin1, 
    characters above 255 will be written as entities. For utf8, Tidy assumes that 
    both input and output is encoded as UTF-8. You can use iso2022 for files 
    encoded using the ISO-2022 family of encodings e.g. ISO-2022-JP. For mac and 
    win1252, Tidy will accept vendor specific character values, but will use entities 
    for all characters whose value > 127.	;See also: input-encoding, 
    output-encoding
input-encoding:utf8;Type: Encoding	;Default: latin1	;Example: raw, ascii, 
    latin0, latin1, utf8, iso2022, mac, win1252, ibm858, utf16le, utf16be, utf16, 
    big5, shiftjis	;This option specifies the character encoding Tidy uses for the 
    input. See char-encoding for more info.	;See also: char-encoding
language:en;Type: String	;Default: -	;Default: -	;Currently not used, but this 
    option specifies the language Tidy uses (for instance "en").
;newline;Type: enum	;Default: Platform dependent	;Example: LF, CRLF, CR
    	;The default is appropriate to the current platform: CRLF on PC-DOS, 
    MS-Windows and OS/2, CR on Classic Mac OS, and LF everywhere else (Unix 
    and Linux).
;output-bom;Type: AutoBool	;Default: auto	;Example: auto, y/n, yes/no, t/f, 
    true/false, 1/0	;This option specifies if Tidy should write a Unicode Byte Order 
    Mark character (BOM; also known as Zero Width No-Break Space; has value of 
    U+FEFF) to the beginning of the output; only for UTF-8 and UTF-16 output 
    encodings. If set to "auto", this option causes Tidy to write a BOM to the 
    output only if a BOM was present at the beginning of the input. A BOM is 
    always written for XML/XHTML output using UTF-16 output encodings.
output-encoding:ascii;Type: Encoding	;Default: ascii	;Example: raw, ascii, latin0, 
    latin1, utf8, iso2022, mac, win1252, ibm858, utf16le, utf16be, utf16, big5, 
    shiftjis	;This option specifies the character encoding Tidy uses for the output. 
    See char-encoding for more info. May only be different from input-encoding for 
    Latin encodings (ascii, latin0, latin1, mac, win1252, ibm858).	;See also: 
    char-encoding
;----------------------Miscellaneousoptions:-------------------------------
;error-file;Type: String	;Default: -	;Default: -	;This option specifies the error file 
    Tidy uses for errors and warnings. Normally errors and warnings are output to 
    "stderr".	;See also: output-file
;force-output;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should produce output 
    even if errors are encountered. Use this option with care - if Tidy reports an 
    error, this means Tidy was not able to, or is not sure how to, fix the error, so 
    the resulting output may not reflect your intention.
;gnu-emacs;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should change the 
    format for reporting errors and warnings to a format that is more easily parsed 
    by GNU Emacs.
;gnu-emacs-file;Type: String	;Default: - Default: - Used internally.
keep-time:yes;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should keep the 
    original modification time of files that Tidy modifies in place. The default is no. 
    Setting the option to yes allows you to tidy files without causing these files to 
    be uploaded to a web server when using a tool such as SiteCopy. Note this 
    feature is not supported on some platforms.
;output-file;Type: String	;Default: -;Default: -	; This option specifies the output 
    file Tidy uses for markup. Normally markup is written to "stdout".	;See also: 
    error-file
;quiet;Default: no	;This option specifies if Tidy should output the summary of 
    the numbers of errors and warnings, or the welcome or informational 
    messages.
;slide-style;Type: String	;Default: -	;Default: -	;Currently not used. Tidy Classic 
    only.
tidy-mark:yes;Default: yes 	;This option specifies if Tidy should add a meta 
    element to the document head to indicate that the document has been tidied. 
    Tidy won’t add a meta element if one is already present.
write-back:yes;Default: no 	;This option specifies if Tidy should write back the 
    tidied markup to the same file it read from. You are advised to keep copies of 
    important files before tidying them, as on rare occasions the result may not be 
    what you expect.


Peace, tOM Trottier



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