13387Re: [Clip] check essay
- Feb 26, 2005Ed Brown wrote:
> Hello everyone who writes clips,Ed,
> may know how to do this without a clip that will speedily go through the
> I have at the present a number of essays titled in the heading simple
> essay1 through essay27 and the list grows monthly. I would like to be
> able to run through them and check that they have this statement in the
> heading <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="new.css" />
> These essays are just a small number of pages among 100+ pages. So is
> there away to do this with a clip or is there a simpler way to do it. In
> fact I would like to go through all the pages just checking to make sure
> they have the new css rather than one of several css pages that I have
> created and revised.
> Back to the essays, as well I would like to be sure that each essay
> starts the body with
> <h1>essay title here<h1>
> as I have found some without the h1 tag. And as I indicated each
> title is different, however there is only one h1 tag on a page.
> In brief, I want to check to see if each page refers to the proper css
> and that each page starts just after the body tag with an h1 tag that
> contains the title of the essay..
This definately is do-able. I guess there are a couple of ways to go
about it. Do you manually open all files and just run them one at a
time looking for the key phrases? That would be the easiest I think
from the coding end. Otherwise you need to have the clip find a directy
and do a directory search, essentially closing all files that don't have
what you want, then inserting it or something.
Are the essays in their own directory, or are they in a directory with
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