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In html how would you remove the tag that you get from a server error etc in an html page.
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SweatCoderCommented:
This is pretty vague. Please give an example, plus more details on what you're trying to do.
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thenoneAuthor Commented:
I'll give you an example sometimes in a web page you might get server reposne error etc.When I am stripping html to text I do not want these errors.I know about <noscript> tags but was just wondering if there is a specific tag name for this?
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SweatCoderCommented:
If you want to customize your error page so that it shows non-default content, there are easier ways than what you're trying to do.
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thenoneAuthor Commented:
The thing is these are not my default error pages I am stripping html.
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