'hindent' reformats HTML code to be properly indented/nested for improved readability. You can indent the existing lines as-is, or totally reformat the code to have one tag per line. Hindent can decipher software-generated HTML code that is one huge line, or help you find find that last missing end-tag, or deal with code victimized by creeping featurism. It understands all HTML 3.2 nestable tags.
DocumentationUser manpage available from https://web.archive.org/web/20060325190153/http://www.domtools.com/pub/hindent1.1.2-manpage.txt
released on 23 January 2000
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