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we've received some HTML5 files from a Laravel Blade template. I can change the parser rules to add/remove/edit tags, which all works fine. However, the files also include section references as: @extends('layouts.default') @section('page-class') landing @endsection
is there any way to exclude parts that are not tagged () in the parser rules for HTML5?
Kind regards, Geert
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