HTML Stripper removes HTML tags and convert HTML code to text, which scrub text formatting of the HTML to save and share TEXT. HTML stripping is the process by which unnecessary HTML tags are removed from a web page.
A common use case for this is when someone wants to publish an article on a website they don't control. Some websites impose strict limitations on what content can be inserted into the HTML. Sometimes this may even include having to remove tags that are required for formatting or specifying the layout of a webpage.
This is a useful tool for bloggers who want input from their readers on the blog post without being bogged down by all of the unwanted formatting that the comment system might add.
HTML Stripper can be used by content writers and web developers alike to scrub html tags in their content before publishing it or sending it off to their contact list.
Just Paste your HTML code and click Strip HTML. It does not send code to server to remove the HTML tags code.
In the case of file upload, Browser reads the file and removes the tags and for URL upload, it sends the url to server and return html data and then removes the html tags.
<h1>h1 State Farm ?</h1> <h2>h2 Berkshire Hathaway</h2> <h3>h3 Progressive Group</h3> <h4>h4 Liberty Mutual</h4> <h5>h5 Allstate</h5> <h6>h6 Travelers Group</h6>
Removed HTML Tags Text
h1 State Farm ? h2 Berkshire Hathaway h3 Progressive Group h4 Liberty Mutual h5 Allstate h6 Travelers Group