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Any good HTML Code Formatter's Out There

Posted on 2003-11-06
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I'm looking for a good HTML formatter (tidier, bueatifier, etc.) that can handle an ASP page.  It's fine if the formatter ignores the ASP code, I want it aware enought not to try to fix it.  I need the formatter to NOT change any tags, etc. just indent code inside the HTML tags.  

It seems that the .NET enviroment MANGLES the HTML code even with the formatting turned off (what a nice feature).
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The only one that I know of is TidyHTML. You can get a free copy here:

http://tidy.sourceforge.net/

I think that it is also included in HomeSite +

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