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TIDY(1)			    General Commands Manual		       TIDY(1)

NAME
       tidy4 - validate, correct, and pretty-print HTML	files

SYNOPSIS
       tidy4   [-ioucnmeqh]  [-config  configuration-file]  [-indent]  [-omit]
       [-wrap column] [-upper] [-clean]	[-preserve] [-raw | -ascii | -latin1 |
       -iso2022	 |  -utf8  | -mac] [-numeric] [-modify]	[-errors] [-quiet] [-f
       error-file] [-xml] [-asxml] [-slides]  [-help]  [--configuration-option
       value] file...

OPTIONS
       -config configuration-file
	      Set options from configuration-file.

       -indent,	-i
	      Indent contents of elements (by default using 2 spaces).

       -omit, -o
	      Omit optional endtags.

       -wrap column
	      Wrap output at column column.  (The default is 68.)

       -upper, -u
	      Output  tags in upper case (the default is lower case).  If -xml
	      is specified, the	original case is preserved,  and  this	option
	      has  no  effect.	 Also  note  that  it doesn't affect attribute
	      names.

       -clean, -c
	      Replace <FONT>, <NOBR>, and <CENTER> tags	with style  properties
	      and rules	using CSS (Cascaded Style Sheets).

       -raw   Output characters	with values higher than	127 unchanged.

       -ascii Use Latin-1 (ISO 8859-1) for input, and US ASCII for output.

       -latin1
	      Use Latin-1 (ISO 8859-1) for both	input and output.

       -iso2022
	      Use ISO 2022 for both input and output.

       -utf8  Use UTF-8	for both input and output.

       -mac   Use MacRoman for input.

       -numeric, -n
	      Output numeric rather than named entities.

       -modify,	-m
	      Modify original files in place.

       -errors,	-e
	      Only show	errors.	 The original files will not be	modified.

       -quiet, -q
	      Supress  non-essential  output (i.e. the welcome message and the
	      summary report).

       -f error-file
	      Write errors to error-file.

       -xml   Input is well-formed XML.

       -asxml Convert HTML to well-formed XML.

       -slides
	      Burst into slides	on <H2>	elements.

       -preserve
	      Preserve source file entities as is.

       -help, -h
	      List command-line	options.

       --configuration-option value
	      Set configuration-option to value.

ENVIRONMENT
       HTML_TIDY
	      Name of the default configuration	file.  This should be an abso-
	      lute  path,  since you will probably invoke tidy4	from different
	      directories.  The	value of HTML_TIDY will	be  parsed  after  the
	      compiled-in default (defined with	-DCONFIG_FILE),	but before any
	      of the files specified using -config.

EXIT STATUS
       0      All input	files were processed successfully.

       1      There were warnings.

       2      There were errors.

SEE ALSO
       Tidy HTML documentation.

AUTHORS
       Dave Raggett <dsr@w3.org>.

       This manual page	was written by Matej Vela <vela@debian.org>.

			       November	26, 1999		       TIDY(1)

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