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Is there a webapp that can cleanup my Html before I paste it to a blog/forum/cms?

E.g. when I copy something from Word I contains lot's of <meta> and <style> entries that I want removed.

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This site cleans up the HTML for any pasted document. It applies a number of filters to fix various things that Microsoft Office puts in its HTML, and gives you a nicely formatted result that you can paste directly into a web page or content editing system.

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Word HTML Cleaner

A free tool that removes the excessive tags and clutter from Microsoft Word generated HTML documents, leaving basic formatting intact. File sizes are greatly reduced, and the returned HTML is easier to read, revise and employ.

Textism: Word HTML Cleaner

A tool to strip Microsoft’s proprietary tags and other superfluous noise from Word-generated HTML documents, leaving all the basic goodness intact. The service is free of charge for documents up to 20Kb in size. For larger files, subscriptions are available, proceeds from which go to keep your host’s dogs in biscuits and squeaky toys.

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