HTML tag rule (policies)
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Written by Julia Voortman
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The HTML tag rule matches specific HTML tags with the properties you specify. This rule requires some basic understanding of HTML.

Example uses

  • Find deprecated HTML tags like <blink> or <marquee>.

  • Find excessively long meta descriptions.

  • Identify images with an explicit width or height attribute.

Supported options

  • HTML tag – one or more HTML tags to match, for example img or meta or p. Specify a tag without surrounding angular brackets (so img not <img>).

  • Attribute – optionally match specific attribute values. For example, to find links which open in a new tab, you could set a HTML tag of <a>, then add an attribute name of target equal to _blank.

  • Text content – optionally match text that appears inside the tag.

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