A script to extract the main div section element from HTML
- Author: Sean Wallitsch
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- License: MIT
- Status: Development
- Python Versions: 2.6-2.7
A script to extract the first found
<div class='section'> from an HTML
document, then save that extracted element to it’s own HTML file. Useful when
including an HTML file in another document, when you don’t need all the header
Developed for including Sphinx built HTML documentation in an Octopress blog.
sphinx-dehead takes a glob style input parameter, and an optional output directory.
For example, this will dehead every HTML file in the current directory, and
save it to the default output directory,
$ sphinx-dehead './*.html'
While this will save it in the sibling
$ sphinx-dehead './*.html' -d ../_docs/
sphinx-dehead can be installed with pip:
$ pip install sphinx-dehead
or by cloning the repository, and from the root directory calling:
$ python setup.py install
The MIT License (MIT)
sphinx-dehead Copyright (c) 2014 By Sean Wallitsch
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