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I created this HTML stripper mainly because of the mess that programs like Word and Excel make
out of HTML when you try to save a document as html or convert it to html. They make some very
messy redundant html code. So this online HTML tag and attribute stripper removes all tags and
attributes except for the ones you specify to allow.
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(for example, passwords, phone numbers, and credit cards).
Try visiting the site's homepage.
This error was appearing when Chrome detects script or form tags and some other html tags in a form field.
Fixed with: header('X-XSS-Protection: 0');
2/23/2015 - ver. 1.1g - Unfortunately version 1.1f of the HTML stripper caused Cyrillic
characters such as абв to be converted to абв .
To fix this there is now a checkbox option to either "Convert HTML Entities to characters" or not.
If left unchecked then the HTML stripper will act as version 1.1f. If checked then it will allow
Cyrillic characters to be displayed but will convert HTML entities into their character equivalents.
5/4/2013 - ver. 1.1e - Again, MS word smart quotes were not being converted! I still
don't know why this is happening. So I combined the old method with the new method for
converting smart quotes and again they are converting properly.
3/15/2013 - ver. 1.1d - Increased the character limit to 100,000 characters on
a trial basis.
3/5/2013 - ver. 1.1c - Bug Fix - I noticed that MS Word Smart quotes or curly quotes
were no longer being converted correctly. I am not sure why. Maybe it was a server upgrade.
So I changed to a hex way of converting smart quotes. So now MS Word "quotes" 'single quotes'
dashes - and ... should convert properly.
10/05/2011 - ver. 1.1b - Bug Fix - The stripper was not removing attributes if
they were on a new line. That has been fixed. For example, previously for the statement:
the onlcick would not be removed because it was on a newline. Now it will be removed unless
onclick is in the Allowed Attributes field.
08/24/2011 - ver. 1.1 - Increased the character limit to 30000 characters.
Also the HTML Stripper now removes MS Word smart quotes and dashes from the document.
If you are seeing the unicode replacement character FFFD in your html document then use
this html tag stripper to remove it.
04/22/2011 - ver. 1.0 - Online HTML Tag and Attribute Stripper Created.
Note: The HTML source is limited to 20000 characters. Tags that do not have
a corresponding closing tag are also properly closed.