Is there a way to batch process HTML files using HTML Tidy?
Answer 1. Batch check files using the Batch Action Wizard
Batch Actions" tab and click the "
HTML Tidy" plugin icon (or select "
Actions | Batch Actions | HTML Tidy - Batch Mode" from the main menu).
Look in folders" field. Multiple folders can be entered by using the ; character as the separator (for example: c:\mysite\;c:\worksite\). Optionally, check the "
Look in sub folders" option to process files in any sub folders inside the specified folders.
Include files of type" field. If you use multiple extensions such as *.html and *.htm, enter *.html;*.htm
Start" to begin the batch process. The HTML Tidy plugin will check the matching files in read-only mode. The original files will not be changed or updated during the batch process.
Results" tab. If you'd like to update or further examine a specific file, click the "
Open" link next to the file or the message. Or, simply click "
OK" to move the results to the "
Messages Window" and click a message to open the related file.
Answer 2. Batch update files using the command-line version
Start | Run", enter cmd.exe and click "
OK". In Windows 9x and ME, use command instead of cmd.exe.