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Author Topic: [Plugin/Lib request] Framework for removing/hiding HTML elements via XPath/Regex  (Read 2907 times)

herojoker

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A little framework for removing and hiding particular (X)HTML elements would be nice.
This could be done with the help of XPath or regular expressions.

That would be useful for creating special versions of web pages fitting better in FARR (just extracting some parts might destroy the layout/formatting!)

BTW: In plugins, is it possible to compile own HTML pages on the fly and show them directly in FARR (without saving them!) now?
« Last Edit: June 09, 2008, 07:19:00 PM by herojoker »

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yes i was thinking the same thing.

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BTW: In plugins, is it possible to compile own HTML pages on the fly and show them directly in FARR (without saving them!) now?

sure is, plugins can display raw html of their own creation in the view.