There’s a tool for everything somewhere on the web.
Whilst about 99.5% perfect (some indentation issues remain), I’ve found a pretty nice, easy to use, and very feature-rich HTML code formatter. See http://www.mycoolform.com/index.php?lang=en for the formatter.
It’s something I was looking for a while back but didn’t have so much luck to stumble onto something so useful. Previously, I was looking for something that would fix up some HTML to XHTML and whilst I’m sure something was out there, the problem was I needed something that would do the job, but stay away from TAL attributes on my elements. The things that I had found did “too good” of a job and dumped those elements, which is fair enough because things like ‘tal:content=’ isn’t valid XHTML.
This formatted though does new lines, auto-indentation, change of case for tags and attributes (hello XHTML compliance), comment removal and white space elimination. Great stuff; so many thanks to its author (who is anonymous I guess?).Go Top