A most outstanding recovery from sticking foot in your mouth! :-)
I thought the HTML list would like to have your reply Greg.
>Earlier I said....
>> Hi Jody and others!
>> > I think you need to do a reload on the web page, or fix my eye
>> > sight. ;) It auto redirects to the sourceforge link below.
>> > Once the tidy win32 downloads it just need to be renamed to
>> > tidy.exe.
>> You're quite right, of course! Disregard anything I've said
>> recently on this topic!
>> (Must be that the caches at the ISPs on this side of the
>> Atlantic take longer to refresh - he says, trying to find some
>> excuse! :-)
Of course, blame it on the Americans. <bg>
>I have now looked more thoroughly at the new site and have
>discovered that the page I referred to as being at:
>has moved to:
>The link to this new URL for the page is at:
>http://tidy.sourceforge.net/ (as modified 10 Jan 2002) at the
>bottom left and reads:
>The original 04 Aug 00 Tidy documentation.
>Using the link I was still able to download the 140k file
>"tidy.exe" in the way that I described in my earlier posts.
>If you have trouble using the link at the date at the end of the
>line "Download the documentation last updated on 04 August,
>2000", then it is probably because you don't have an archiver
>which will handle "tidy_docs.tgz". There is an excellent
>freeware product which will handle this file type and many other
>archives favoured in the UNIX and other communities at:
Thanks again! Most compression utilities, at least the more
popular ones, support TGZ files. There are some really nice
freeware ones like Greg mentioned and WinZip also supports the
>tidy_docs.tgz contains the "Overview.html" and other files from
>Dave Raggett's original site.
>Hope that clears it all up!
The whole world doth err save you
and me and even thou doest err some!