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Yahoo pipes - Remove HTML TAGS

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by carbpm, May 27, 2009.

  1. carbpm

    carbpm Registered Member

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    Can someone help me with my Yahoo pipe?
    It seems I cant remove the html tags from an RSS feed,
    I`ve been googleing all day ... :(
     
  2. blazed

    blazed Junior Member

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    let me know some more details of what you're trying to do an i might be able to help
     
  3. zcripts

    zcripts Newbie

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    googleing all day ... but googleing all mshtml & w3c you can get a result ,
    rss feed is .xml (search in wikipedia)
    <papa>
    [-] <me>
    <brother1>
    <brother2>
    </papa>
    you want extract papa & tree brother's ?
     
  4. osmose01

    osmose01 Registered Member

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    use regex
     
  5. osmose01

    osmose01 Registered Member

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    obviously he didnt search for long enough, in the yahoo pipe on each module there is a "?" just click on it and check some exemple there is one module source to parse webpage there is some nice exemple how to parse a normal page and build your own rss flux this one is a good start to understand how to manipule rss flux with yahoo pipe.

    You will have to rework the flux to pop the thing you want .
    There is even less complicated than the regex which is substring function ... etc etc there is a ton of exemple on yahoo pipe...

    Dont think yahoo pipe is sometime the easiest way to do something, take it like a prototyping tool sort of proof of concept one...

    i wont have time to explain you that in detail. if you are looking for regex there is a regex library on

    regexlib.com/DisplayPatterns.aspx