[basex-talk] How do I prevent BaseX from insisting on adding these supposed HTML attributes?

2012-05-09 Thread jidanni
How do I prevent BaseX from insisting on adding these attributes? a shape=rect br clear=none What more do I need to tell it? declare option db:parser html; declare option db:htmlopt method=html,nons=true; declare option output:method html; declare option output:version 4.01; declare option

Re: [basex-talk] How do I prevent BaseX from insisting on adding these supposed HTML attributes?

2012-05-09 Thread Alexander Holupirek
On 09.05.2012, at 15:52, jida...@jidanni.org wrote: How do I prevent BaseX from insisting on adding these attributes? a shape=rect br clear=none What more do I need to tell it? declare option db:parser html; declare option db:htmlopt method=html,nons=true; declare option output:method

Re: [basex-talk] How do I prevent BaseX from insisting on adding these supposed HTML attributes?

2012-05-09 Thread jidanni
AH == Alexander Holupirek alexander.holupi...@uni-konstanz.de writes: AH Please post a small snippet or example, so that we are able to test the problem. Taking the example from the Debian basex man page, we add an innocent br and a: cat bad.html \EOF html ul

Re: [basex-talk] How do I prevent BaseX from insisting on adding these supposed HTML attributes?

2012-05-09 Thread Imsieke, Gerrit, le-tex
It isn’t the fault of BaseX. The parser (tagsoup, if you choose HTML parsing) inserts the default values for attributes. You should be able to suppress it by adding nodefaults=true to HTMLOPT. On 2012-05-09 17:07, jida...@jidanni.org wrote: AH == Alexander