Edit Package perl-HTML-Clean

Cleans up HTML code for web browsers, not humans

The majority of the web pages of the internet today are much larger
than they need to be. The reason for this is that HTML tends to be
stored in a human readable format, with indenting, newlines and
comments.

However, all of these comments, whitespace etc. are ignored by the
browser, and needlessly lengthen download times.

Second, many people are using WYSIWYG HTML editors these days. This
makes creating content easy. However these editors can cause a number
of compatibility problems by tying themselves to a particular browser
or operating system.

  • Sources inherited from project openSUSE:Leap:15.1
  • Download package
  • osc -A https://api.opensuse.org checkout openSUSE:Leap:15.1:Update/perl-HTML-Clean && cd $_
  • Create Badge
Refresh
Refresh
Source Files
Filename Size Changed
HTML-Clean-0.8.tar.gz 0000048157 47 KB over 15 years
perl-HTML-Clean-0.8-IO.diff 0000000145 145 Bytes about 16 years
perl-HTML-Clean.changes 0000002455 2.4 KB over 5 years
perl-HTML-Clean.spec 0000002317 2.26 KB over 5 years
Comments 0
openSUSE Build Service is sponsored by