HTMLImportTurnToSpaceEndDefCSVs
 
Type

String

Default

 

Required

no

Description

If you have set HTMLImportTurnToSpaceStripTags to true, you can use HTMLImportTurnToSpaceStartDefCSVs and HTMLImportTurnToSpaceEndDefCSVs to specify one or more strings. When an HTML document is imported the content between these strings and the strings themselves are removed.

If you want to specify multiple strings, you must separate them with commas (there must be no space before or after a comma.

Note: If the ImportUseKeyviewForAll parameter is set to true, the setting of this parameter is ignored.

Example

<html>
     <head>
     </head>
     <body>
           Wanted Content
           <table> START
                 Unwanted Content
           END </table>
           Wanted Content
     </body>
</html>

If an HTML document contains the above and you have specified the following settings, the Unwanted Content and the <table> START and END </table> strings are removed when the document is imported.

HTMLImportTurnToSpaceStripTags=true
HTMLImportTurnToSpaceStartDefCSVs=<table> START
HTMLImportTurnToSpaceEndDefCSVs=END </table>

See also

HTMLImportTurnToSpaceStartDefCSVs

HTMLImportTurnToSpaceStripTags

ImportUseKeyviewForAll