March 31, 2019
I edit a feed in order to remove any link, thumbnail, attachment, and I check ‘sanitize content’.
My problem is that my generated post contains many HTML tags. This is an extract :
[fblike design =”standard” float=”left” showfaces=”false” width=”150″ verb=”such as” font=”arial”]
[google_plusone dimension =”standard” float=”left”]
Will be wise to look at renting a home.
A area of natural beauty with a few of the finest and some amazing places to see, you will be spoilt for things to do whilst at the Lake District.
Listed below are 3 vacation cottages in the Lake District for anybody travelling on a budget, also contains an summary of some items to see and do within easy reach of every property.
The sanitation of content does include the things that you have mentioned above. Actually the post sanitation is a very simple operation which is described here: Login to see this link
Of course a custom PHP code can be written to remove the parts of unwanted HTML content, but it is a paid option.
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