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prettify html

Author:
marchino
Posted:
April 11, 2007
Language:
Python
Version:
.96
Score:
8 (after 8 ratings)

with this middleware you can use tidy to prettify your html, just add the class to the MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES setting.

tidy has an enormous number of options, se Tidy Options Reference .

you must have µTidylib installed.

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import tidy

options = dict(output_xhtml=True,
               add_xml_decl=True,
               doctype='strict',
               indent='auto',
               tidy_mark=False,
               hide_comments=True,
               wrap=100)


class PrettifyMiddleware(object):
    """Prettify middleware"""

    def process_response(self, request, response):
        if response.headers['Content-Type'].split(';', 1)[0] == 'text/html':
            content = response.content
            content = str(tidy.parseString(content, **options))
            response.content = content
        return response

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Comments

henriklied (on April 12, 2007):

This is great, I needed this for a upcoming project. Thanks!

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whiteinge (on April 12, 2007):

I wonder what the performance hit is. Still, this is awesome. Thanks!

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luckystarr (on September 10, 2007):

Has problems with unicode though... messes up all my umlauts.

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findlay (on May 12, 2008):

In the latest Django SVN (0.97-pre-SVN-7523) line 16 is just

if response['Content-Type'].split(';', 1)[0] == 'text/html':

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