module that generates nice HTML files from HTML syntax trees


HTML::PrettyPrinter produces nicely formatted HTML code from a HTML syntax tree. It is especially useful if the produced HTML file shall be read or edited manually afterwards. Various parameters let you adapt the output to different styles and requirements.

If you don't care how the HTML source looks like as long as it is valid and readable by browsers, you should use the as_HTML() method of HTML::Element instead of the pretty printer. It is about five times faster.

The pretty printer will handle line wrapping, indention and structuring by the way the whitespace in the tree is represented in the output. Furthermore upper/lowercase markup and markup minimization, quoting of attribute values, the encoding of entities and the presence of optional end tags are configurable.

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