She looks like the Sunday Comics
She thinks she's Brenda Star
Her nose job is real atomic
All she needs is an old knife scar
(Blondie, "Rip Her to Shreds")
Usually there should be no need to use sgml-comments, so why not remove them at all? You can perform this by enabling the switch StripComment when invoking hsc.
Because of the numerous problems sgml-comments cause, you better use hsc-comments anyway (see there also for a discussion of these problems).
..can be passed to the option StripTags, separated by a
vertical bar (``
|''). For example, to remove all physical styles, use
STRIPTAG="B|I|U|TT" when invoking hsc.
You can't strip tags, which have the tag
/SPECIAL set. But this only concerns the
<!>-tag (use the above switch instead) and some of hsc's
internal tags, which you should not strip anyway.
These can be removed if you want to create a No-Net-version of your
document. Use the switch StripExternal for this task. Tags which
are affected by this must have an URI-type attribute, which has the attribute modifier
/STRIPEXT set within hsc.prefs.
Currently, this affects only the tags
<LINK>. This can be useful if you want to create a
``no-net-version'' of your documents.
These can be removed, if you heavy use them to structure your source, but don't want to waste bandwidth for them. You only need to enable the switch Compact.
If now someone performs a ``View Source'' on your HTML object,it will be less readable for him, but browsers won't care and display it the same way. For example,
This is a <b>complete</b> waste of space...will turn into
This is a <b>complete</b> waste of space...In particular, hsc does:
Linefeeds and white spaces inside a tag call are also affected by
this option. The tag
<PRE> temporarily suppresses this option,