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       htmlfix - Fixup HTML markup code


       htmlfix [-o outputfile] [-F fixes] [-S fixes] [-v] [inputfile]


       The htmlfix program reads inputfile or from "stdin" and performs the following actions
       (name of each fixup is within parentheses):

       (imgsize) : Adding WIDTH and HEIGHT attributes to IMG tags
           For all "IMG" tags which don't already have both "WIDTH" and "HEIGHT" attributes
           (matched case insensitive), the size of the image (taken from the "SRC" attribute) is
           determined and the missing ``"width=X"'' and/or ``"height=Y"'' is added to the list of
           attributes. The intention is to speedup the layouting of the final webpage.

           Don't intermix this with a size checker: htmlfix will only add missing width/height
           attributes and don't adjust ones with wrong dimensions. This is because else the user
           wouln't be able to scale images (used a lot by webdesigners via 1pt dot-images).

           There is a special case: When the "WIDTH" or "HEIGHT" attribute already exists and has
           a value of ``"*"'' this asterisk is replaced by the physical value instead of
           appending a new attribute. Use when you want the attributes at a certain position,
           i.e. use this variant as a placeholder.

           HTMLfix supports one additionl feature in conjunction with "WIDTH" and "HEIGHT":
           "SCALE="factor and "SCALE="percent"%". This can be used to scale the given or
           determined width and height values by multiplying with factor or multiplying with

       (imgalt) : Adding ALT attribute to IMG tags
           For all "IMG" tags which don't already have a "ALT" tag an "ALT=""" attribute is
           added. The intention is to both make HTML checkers like weblint(1) happy and to
           demystify the final webpage for lynx(1) users.

       (summary) : Adding SUMMARY attribute to TABLE tags
           This attribute helps non-visual rendering of tables by adding a hint on its contents,
           and it makes tidy(1) quiet.

       (center) : Changing proprietary CENTER tag to standard DIV tag
           All proprietary (Netscape) "CENTER" tags are replaced by the HTML 3.2 conforming
           construct ``"<DIV ALIGN=CENTER>"''.

       (space) : Fix trailing spaces in tags
           Appendix C of the XHTML Specification recommends putting a space before closing simple
           tags to help rendering by old browsers.  This space is automatically added when this
           fixup is used.  On the other hand, all spaces before a right-angle bracker are

       (quotes) : Adding missing quotes for attributes
           All attributes of the form ``"...=xyz"'' are replaced by ``"...="xyz""''.  Furthermore
           all (color) attributes of the form ``"...="XXYYZZ""'' (XX,YY,ZZ elements of set
           {0,..,9,a,..,f} are fixed to ``"...="#XXYYZZ""''.

       (indent) : Indenting paragraphs
           Paragraphs enclosed in "<indent [num=N] [size=S]>"..."</indent>" containers are
           indented by N*S spaces.  When N=0 then the whitespace block in front of the paragraph
           is removed.  Default is a 4 space indentation (N=1, S=4).

       (comment) : Out-commenting tags
           Sometimes it is useful to temporarily out-comment a tag instead of completely removing
           it. This can be done by just adding a sharp (``"#"'') character directly to the end of
           the tagname. The result is that the complete tag is commented out. For container-tags
           you have to comment out the end-tag explicitly, too. Example: ``<"a# href="..."">''.

       (tagcase) : Markup-code case-conversion
           Some people like their HTML markup code either to be all uppercase or all lowercase.
           This tag case-conversion is supported by the internal "<tagconv
           case=...>"..."</tagconv>" container tag from HTMLfix. Use "case=upper" to translate
           the HTML tags in its body to uppercase (default) or "case=lower" to translate them to


       -o outputfile
           This redirects the output to outputfile. Usually the output will be send to "stdout"
           if no such option is specified or outputfile is ""-"".

       -F fixes
           This option specifies which specifix fixups are performed.  Its argument is a comma
           separated list of fixup names, and by default all fixups are performed.

       -S fixes
           This option does the inverse job, it skips specified fixups.

       -v  This sets verbose mode where some processing information will be given on the console.


        Ralf S. Engelschall

        Denis Barbier