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HTML cleanup tool & simplifier. For basic & clean HTML 🔧

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/10/21

I have used other on-line HTML cleanup tools in the past (especially for including parts of web-pages in a blog post), but so far none beats HTML Washer: [Wayback] HTML cleanup tool & simplifier. For basic & clean HTML 🔧

An online tool that reduces HTML to basic tags and attributes. Removes scripts, CSS, and other non-basic elements like , , etc… Also, corrects errors and formats the HTML doc or a fragment.

–jeroen

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Settling on PowerGUI for PowerShell development

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/10/08

Preparing for another PowerShell article, I found this blast from the past, as somehow this missed the publishing schedule back in 2014!

Original text

After struggling with [Wayback] PowerShell ISE for a while ([Wayback] it started as a proof of concept and wasn’t meant to be an IDE you know) reading [Wayback] Powershell Studio vs Primal Forms Free CE vs PowerShellPlus Pro (also free) – Spiceworks, I’ve started using the free [Wayback] PowerGUI IDE for PowerShell by Dell.

The [Wayback] free PowerGUI used to be maintained by Quest, and after [Wayback] the acquisition of Quest by Dell in 2012, it is still free and is now at Product Support – PowerGUI Pro.

It is great (even got [Wayback] full support for PowerShell 3.0) and you can get it at the [Wayback] PowerGUI Downloads.

Notes:

–jeroen

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Unwanted non-breaking spaces (&nbsp) | WordPress.org

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/10/01

Having spurious non-breaking spaces seems to be unavoidable: [WayBack] Unwanted non-breaking spaces (&nbsp) | WordPress.org.

Deleting them is tough:

  • in the visual editor, deleting a non-breaking spaces will mess up at least lists, pre and code blocks.
  • the text editor is the only reliable place to remove them. Search for  .

–jeroen

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html – CSS Display an Image Resized and Cropped – Stack Overflow

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/08/25

[WayBack] html – CSS Display an Image Resized and Cropped – Stack Overflow (thanks [WayBack] roborourke!); see full answer link for runnable snippet and HTML (the WordPress editor keeps fucking up preformatted code blocks with html or XML in it).

You could use a combination of both methods eg.

    .crop {
        width: 200px;
        height: 150px;
        overflow: hidden;
    }

    .crop img {
        width: 400px;
        height: 300px;
        margin: -75px 0 0 -100px;
    }

You embed the img in a div with class .crop, or in-line the styles in the img and div tags.

–jeroen

 

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WordPress blog URLs using post-ID: Using Permalinks « WordPress Codex

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/10/23

[WayBack] Using Permalinks « WordPress Codex:

http://example.com/?p=N

So for instance https://wiert.me/?p=35558 points to Delphi version info table: C# Builder, Delphi 8 through 10.3 Rio and Appbuilder despite the actual URL not fully matching the title (because I do not like link rot): https://wiert.me/2016/09/06/delphi-version-info-table-need-help-with-these-projectversion-for-c-builder-delphi-2005-and-2006-dllsuffix-for-c-builder-appbuilder-1-13-codename/

–jeroen

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