The new page, For Web Developers, is now fully updated. An important new feature is the “notextise” class, which allows developers to control what gets converted to text on their site and what gets ignored. This means that they can offer a neatly formatted, text-only view of their pages without all the untidy navigation links that often clutter up the page.
This is also useful for “printer-friendly” links.
I’ve also created a test page for the “notextise” class: have a look.
In other news, I recently fixed a few things:
- Rogue styles and classes in tags (for example, in anchor tags) are now zapped.
- Fixed a problem with an initial “>” in text-only output.
- Info from the web service is now returned as an HTML comment.