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Need to convert an HTML file to a valid XTML file

I just found out I can edit my HTMLHelp in VS2005

I like it better that editing in the HTML Help Workshop

This is an old help file, actually generated when Win help was in vogue.

VS identifies many things that should be changed - line HTML not being lower
case.

Much of it is cosmetic - a program could fix most of it.

Is there such a program.

That is, one that will read an HTML file and produce a valid XTML file?

Thanks in advance
Jan 25 '07 #1
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Frank wrote:
I just found out I can edit my HTMLHelp in VS2005

I like it better that editing in the HTML Help Workshop

This is an old help file, actually generated when Win help was in vogue.

VS identifies many things that should be changed - line HTML not being lower
case.

Much of it is cosmetic - a program could fix most of it.

Is there such a program.

That is, one that will read an HTML file and produce a valid XTML file?
HTML Tidy
http://tidy.sourceforge.net/

///Peter
--
XML FAQ: http://xml.silmaril.ie/
Jan 25 '07 #2
Great, thanks

The first one and the last one in the list are for XP but I guessed the
first one is for 64 bit even though it didn't say so.

I down loaded the last one in the list.

I'll try it now

thanks
"Peter Flynn" <pe********@m.silmaril.iewrote in message
news:51*************@mid.individual.net...
Frank wrote:
>I just found out I can edit my HTMLHelp in VS2005

I like it better that editing in the HTML Help Workshop

This is an old help file, actually generated when Win help was in vogue.

VS identifies many things that should be changed - line HTML not being
lower case.

Much of it is cosmetic - a program could fix most of it.

Is there such a program.

That is, one that will read an HTML file and produce a valid XTML file?

HTML Tidy
http://tidy.sourceforge.net/

///Peter
--
XML FAQ: http://xml.silmaril.ie/

Jan 26 '07 #3

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