Apache Module using the Tidy Library to Clean Up HTML, XHTML, and XML

mod_tidy is a module for Apache that works as a filter that hooks
itself to HTML output. mod_tidy feeds the HTML output to TidyLib
(http://tidy.sourceforge.net/), which validates the HTML output. If
TidyLib finds an error, the client receives a HTML page with a list of
all found errors. If TidyLib does not complain, you get your HTML data
as without mod_tidy.

To load the module into Apache, run the command "a2enmod tidy" as root.

To learn about the configuration, refer to
/usr/share/doc/packages/apache2-mod_tidy/README.

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apache2-mod_tidy.changes 0000005632 5.5 KB about 8 years
apache2-mod_tidy.spec 0000003362 3.28 KB about 8 years
mod_tidy-0.5.5.tar.gz 0000309834 303 KB about 14 years
mod_tidy-suse-addons.tar.bz2 0000001367 1.33 KB about 14 years
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