- December 29, 2018 at 3:07 am #24088
I have some html where there are some unopened
</i>tags on a per line basis and I want to delete them. I.e. in this line there are two of these.
αντιστρόφως, </i>συνήθως βρίσκεται <i>ο</i> αντί <i>ο</i>, βλ. <i>ο</i>, έπειτα, παροδηγώ, παραπλανώ</i>, λέγεται για
I got as far as matching well formed ones:
But then the only thing I could come with was do a find a replace on the remaining text (which would ignore the matched ones) to delete the remaining instances of closing tag (which is unopened), if somehow the matched text was excluded.
I tried an html tidy extension on Notepad++ but it would break lines and add irrelevant code.
Any ideas?December 29, 2018 at 4:04 am #24090
I also tried using Tidy as external tool https://www.emeditor.com/text-editor-features/extensibility/external-tools/ but it seems to have the same issue, I.e. adding extra line breaks.December 29, 2018 at 8:41 am #24091
hopefuly i’ve understood the question – does this give you what you require?:
With “Use Regualr Expressions ticked” and under “Advanced” – “^ and $ can Match beginning and End of the selection”
“Replace All” until no more instances found).
(again, “Replace All” until no more instances found).December 29, 2018 at 12:34 pm #24092
Yes, works great, thank you!
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