I got around 200 documents that are created by various managers/supervisors and leads within my company. All of them are converted into html pages and are displayed in iframe. Is there any way I can use iframe properties to override Word 2000's (MASSIVE) surplus tags? Like using!important property? That way I will be able to match the document style to the corporate's intranet web design?
I agree about bloatware Program. The problem is there are 200 documents... hmm.... *thinking*
Html-kit can strip Word 2000's surplus tags out of html, but I'm thinking about creating a new plug-in that finds the common tags used by Word 2000 i.e. <div class="Section1"> "mso-whatever", removes them and replace with simple tags such as <p> etc...
If we pre-load the standard <style> into html-kit, the batch processing would make our lives so much easier!
I'm thinking about creating a new plug-in that finds the common tags used by Word 2000
Save yourself the trouble... Microsoft already offers a free downloadable program that does much the same thing. I believe it's called "MS Office HTML Filter". It's a very small program and available on their MS Office site. I've used it and it strips about 95% of the junk out of pages that were created with MS Word. Also works on HTML pages created with MS Excel.