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You can do this with FrontPage too. Go into Page Options and configure the formatting for tags. Once you do that, open the page in FrontPage and switch to HTML (Code) view. Right click the page while in Code view. Select Reformat HTML from the menu and it's done. I've been using it for years and it will clean even the most difficult of pages. One thing to be careful of though are empty attributes. FrontPage does not like empty attributes when using the Reformat HTML command. It will basically take this ...alt=""> and change it to ...alt>.
P.S. FrontPage 2003 does not exhibit the above behavior so it appears to have been addressed.
[edited by: pageoneresults at 10:10 pm (utc) on Jan. 23, 2006]
Only for 3rd party code I would need some cleanup.
Since I own GoLive which came with the Adobe bundle, I don't want to invest in another commercial editor (especially since I barely have the need for one).
I just opened up my copy of GoLive CS2 and it looks like you have complete control over HTML code formatting and can probably set up a similar routine. I'm not that familiar with the GoLive product, but if you have it, and can figure it out, you already have one of the best page cleaners available.
I don't want to invest in another commercial editor.
$76.00 to $200.00
Would typically pay for itself after one cleaning. ;)
[edited by: pageoneresults at 10:20 pm (utc) on Jan. 23, 2006]