HTML::Element::traverse - discussion of HTML::Element's traverse method River stage four • 188 direct dependents • 1277 total dependents

"HTML::Element" provides a method "traverse" that traverses the tree and calls user-specified callbacks for each node, in pre- or post-order. However, use of the method is quite superfluous: if you want to recursively visit every node in the tree, it...

KENTNL/HTML-Tree-5.07 - 31 Aug 2017 08:53:16 UTC

HTML::Element - Class for objects that represent HTML elements River stage four • 188 direct dependents • 1277 total dependents

(This class is part of the HTML::Tree dist.) Objects of the HTML::Element class can be used to represent elements of HTML document trees. These objects have attributes, notably attributes that designates each element's parent and content. The content...

KENTNL/HTML-Tree-5.07 - 31 Aug 2017 08:53:16 UTC

HTML::ElementSuper - Perl extension for HTML::Element(3) River stage two • 4 direct dependents • 69 total dependents

HTML::ElementSuper is an extension for HTML::Element(3) that provides several new methods to assist in element manipulation. An HTML::ElementSuper has the following additional properties: * report is coordinate position in a tree of its peers * repla...

MSISK/HTML-Element-Extended-1.18 - 10 Jun 2010 16:42:29 UTC

HTML::Parser::Simple - Parse nice HTML files without needing a compiler River stage zero No dependents

"HTML::Parser::Simple" is a pure Perl module. It parses HTML V 4 files, and generates a tree of nodes, with 1 node per HTML tag. The data associated with each node is documented in the "FAQ". See also HTML::Parser::Simple::Attributes and HTML::Parser...

RSAVAGE/HTML-Parser-Simple-2.02 - 25 Jan 2015 04:44:31 UTC

HTML::TreeBuilder::Select - Traverse a HTML tree using CSS selectors River stage zero No dependents

RKRIMEN/HTML-TreeBuilder-Select-0.111 - 05 Aug 2007 03:15:36 UTC

HTML::TableContentParser - Do interesting things with the contents of tables. River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

This package parses tables out of HTML. The return from the parse is a reference to an array containing the tables found. Tables appear in the output in the order in which they are encountered. If a table is nested inside a cell of another table, it ...

WYANT/HTML-TableContentParser-0.302 - 24 Aug 2019 11:23:38 UTC

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