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RE: Problem with INPUT tags

From: BLANC Cedric - LYO ( CeBlanc@lyon-partdieu.sema.slb.com ) <CeBlanc@lyon-partdieu.sema.slb.com>
Date: Wed, 09 Apr 2003 09:36:07 +0200
To: html-tidy@w3.org
Message-id: <1B9D8A2F7E92D611967D009027D0897E2C9CD3@lyomes01.lyon.eur.slb.com>

I think I wasn't clear enough in my last message : in my input file, <INPUT>
tags are not closed and I cannot close them by myself, because its HTML code
is produced by an HTML editor (the one included in WSAD). The application
I'm currently developing uses JTidy for parsing an HTML file "drawn" with
WSAD's HTML editor (= only in "graphical" mode : users are not supposed to
know how coding HTML by themselves ; they only know the graphical editor) ;
as this editor doesn't close INPUT tags, I have to deal with this... 
So my question is : can I configure Tidy so that :
	- first possibility : it puts a </INPUT> tag just after each <INPUT>
tag it founds (for the moment it puts further (see my example), which causes
my Document to be false)
	- second one : it closes each <INPUT> tag with " />" instead of ">"


-----Message d'origine-----
De : Ben Noblet [mailto:ben@lateralsystems.com.au]
Envoye : mardi 8 avril 2003 23:50
A : html-tidy@w3.org
Objet : RE: Problem with INPUT tags

> I am unable to reproduce this, maybe this is caused by other errors or

> your configuration options? Using the latest JTidy available I get



Your output is invalid as the INPUT tag is not closed.  Are you sure
that's not your input file?

Received on Wednesday, 9 April 2003 03:40:04 UTC

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