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I have defined the parser to recognise span as an inernal tag using Element span.
It works fine in the simple cased that we used to have before:
<span class="ui">XXX </span>
Now another attribute has been added and the parser does not understand the element span followed by two attributes.
<span class="ui" xmlns="webaddress">XXX</span>
when I delete xmlns="webaddress", the parser works fine.
Does anyone have a tip how to solve this?
I guess this should work for any number of attributes:
Opening tag:<span .*?>
Thank you for your answer. Unfortunately this does not work for me because in my xml parser I can only define element, xpath and attribute. I think I should be able to add the attributes to my span element, .*? is claimed invalid though...
Uhmmm, could you please insert a screenshot of your file type settings used so far?
I had applied the rule above to a TXT file type:
I don't know about an XPath expression. Sorry…
Maybe another colleague can help you here.
Thanks anyway :-)
Solved by basing the parseron HTM and not XML file type.