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From "A. Lotfi" <majidna...@yahoo.com.INVALID>
Subject [users@httpd] why Apache strip html data attribute ???
Date Sun, 08 Feb 2015 17:15:24 GMT
Hi,
I am not an Apache expert, I am just a java and html developer,  I wrote lot of code using
html data attributes, but I was surprised that Apache swallow are strip them, I went to this
page :

mod_proxy_html - Apache HTTP Server Version 2.4

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| mod_proxy_html - Apache HTTP Server Version 2.4Apache Module mod_proxy_html Available Languages:
 en  | fr  Description: Rewrite HTML links in to ensure they are addressablefrom Clients'
networks in a proxy ... |
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| View on httpd.apache.org | Preview by Yahoo |
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somewhere it said :
If the first form is used, mod_proxy_html will also clean up the HTML to the specified standard.
It cannot fix every error, but it will strip out bogus elements and attributes.


please help me.thanks.  Abdel
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