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Solved: Can't Delete unwanted txt from HTML file

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by JuniperGreen, Jan 11, 2013.

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  1. JuniperGreen

    JuniperGreen Thread Starter

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    I seem to collect quite a number of HTML files which for one reason or another have additional text which appears at the end of the HTML file. This text is located after the closing tags </body></html>. Currently, to remove it, I have to load each file in Notebook and delete the unwanted text as I have found HTML tag removing software just ignores it as you would expect. Consequently, I am looking for a VBS script to scroll through a directory of such html files and remove any entries added after the </body></html> tags in each of the HTML files.

    I have drawn a blank on anything like this having been discussed so far, so I would be grateful for any help. I suspect any script might involve the use of regex a somewhat daunting prospect for me.

    Thank you




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  2. Rollin_Again

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    Can you post a sample file? The script should be easy to write

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