How can I search and replace all all text within a string, such as style="height: width:;"



  • <br>
    -ubiquitin ligase essential role in degradation of viral proteins and attachment to MHC complex I
    <div>
    -Ubiquitin ligase
    <i>
    initiates the UPP
    </i>
    by recognizing specific protein substrates and
    <b>
    catalyzing the attachment of ubiquitin
    </b>
    ; ubiquitin tagged proteins → broken down by proteasome to peptide fragments which can be recycled into amino acids
    </div>
    <div>
    -peptide fragments coupled to MHC in endoplasmic reticulum → CD8+ T cells can recognize and trigger apoptosis
    </div>
    <div>
    <img class="" src=“L10238.jpg” style=“height: 446px; width: 700px;”>
    <img class="" src=“L24978.jpg” style=“height: 842px; width: 484px;”>
    <br>
    </div>

    The above is an example, how can I use the search and replace that string and remove it such as:
    <img class="" src=“L10238.jpg”>
    <img class="" src=“L24978.jpg”>



  • Hello, @ali-Hussain and All,

    I suppose that the following regex S/R should do the job :

    SEARCH (?-s)(<img class.+?)\x20style=.+?>

    REPLACE \1>

    Of course, select the Regular expression search mode and, possibly, the Wrap around option


    Even if two of more <img .....> exist on a single line, it will change :

    <img class="" src=“L10238.jpg” style=“height: 446px; width: 700px;”>  <img class="" src=“L24978.jpg” style=“height: 842px; width: 484px;”>
    

    Into :

    <img class="" src=“L10238.jpg”>  <img class="" src=“L24978.jpg”>
    

    Best Regards,

    guy038



  • Thank you much!


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