Below is a quick guide to the templates that come with Word Cleaner.
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Convert to HTML
This will convert your file to XHTML 1.0 Transitional and keep all the formatting, e.g. fonts, background, colours, etc.
Convert to HTML 5
This will convert your file to HTML 5 and keep all the formatting, e.g. fonts, background, colours, etc.
Convert to plain TXT
This template will convert your files to plain text files.
Convert to HTML and remove formatting
This will convert your file to XHTML 1.0 and remove all the formatting, giving you nice clean HTML.
Clean up existing Word HTML files
If you have existing Word HTML files, Word Cleaner will clean them up for you. It will remove all unneeded tags. It will still keep your layout and formatting but your files will be smaller and cleaner.
Convert to HTML embed images
You can embed images directly into your HTML file so you do not need separate image files – this is a great way to make files self-contained. Please note this feature is only supported by newer browsers like: Firefox 3 and above, Google Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer 8 and above. You can have this option in any template, just edit the template and go to the images section.
Convert to HTML body only for CMS
This will convert your file to XHTML and keep all the formatting, e.g. fonts, background, colours, etc. It will remove the head section leaving you with the body code. This is useful if you want to paste HTML into a content management system (CMS) or a template. If you preview your converted file in a browser and you see weird characters this is because there is no head section in the file. Insert the code into your CMS then preview it, it should be ok.