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From Grant <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Stripping white space from HTML
Date Sat, 10 Mar 2007 02:04:24 GMT
> The best answer is to correct things at the source in your shopping
> cart, file a bug there!

I've mentioned it to them a couple times now with no luck.

> But in Apache2 you have other potential answers:
> Try and learn about it's parent
> project: Tidy at:
> ...and you'll get XHTML compliance as well!
> However, you'll also incur a performance hit on delivering pages, it may
> not work with your setup easily, and it may also break the way some HTML
> renders in browsers.

Yeah it doesn't sound like it's for a production environment.  A
response delay is one thing, but:

"If TidyLib detects an error, the client receives a HTML page with a
list of all found errors and warnings that prevent the input of being
a valid (X)HTML document."

Any other options?

- Grant

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