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  •  01 Feb 2009 08:17
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    Release Notes: The efficacy of a regular expression handling dynamic CSS expressions was improved.

    •  29 Jan 2009 10:16
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      Release Notes: Logic was improved to catch maliciously crafted CSS expressions.

      •  28 Jan 2009 09:09
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        Release Notes: Pattern matching was improved to catch ill-written dynamic CSS expressions that nevertheless get executed by the IE7 browser.

        •  23 Jan 2009 08:40
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          Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that caused misreading of the "font-face" attribute of the "font" element during tag transformation when the attribute value had a space character within.

          •  28 Sep 2008 11:33
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            Release Notes: Nesting correction was improved when omitable closing tags like </li> and </p> are missing.

            •  30 Jun 2008 20:08
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              Release Notes: This release provides a new option to compact HTML by removing unnecessary white spaces, or to beautify it like HTMLTidy with indentations and line spacings. It provides for the deployment of a custom hook function to filter/manipulate tag content. It fixes a $spec parsing bug.

              •  11 Jun 2008 10:58
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                Release Notes: A bug that let through entities referring to invalid characters was fixed.

                •  11 Jun 2008 07:53
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                  Release Notes: This version adds support for the bordercolor attribute for table, td, and tr elements. The included test script now also shows hexdumps of both raw and processed input text.

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