CTRL+H Help Me Please

  • hello friends

    I have thousands of fields in the HTML page like this. How can I do if you want to remove them completely?

    <span id=“text1”>
    <span id=“sample test” >
    <span id=“test page”>


    <h3><span id="Joomla and Wordpress"><strong>8. What is the main difference between Joomla and WordPress?</strong></span></h3>
    The main difference between WordPress and Joomla was that Joomla started as a CMS to offer portal-like websites, while WordPress was a blog-oriented platform.
    <h3><span id="Wordpress Plugins"><strong>9. Is Joomla easy to use?</strong></span></h3>
    Joomla is easy only for developers. But at the same time, Joomla has a simple design these days. Thus, inexperienced users can use Joomla without extensive experimentation. Joomla is used by millions of developers to create powerful websites.
    <h3><span id="HelpMe"><strong>10. Is Joomla free to use?</strong></span></h3>
    Joomla is a free and open source content management system (CMS) developed to publish your web content.

    Thanks Ismail Oz


    Search for: (?-s)<span id=".*?">
    Replace with: nothing
    Search mode: Regular expression

  • <span id="(.*?)"> —> space

    </strong></span> —> </strong>

  • @Alan-Kilborn Thanks a lot, I solved it. I’m so happy I’ve been dealing with it since morning

  • @Nuri-UTKU said in CTRL+H Help Me Please:

    </strong></span> —> </strong>


    Nuri-UTKU makes a good point about the closing </span> tag – if you are removing the opening tag, you probably want to remove the closing tag as well!

    As for my first reply, I try to just give people what they ask for.
    If they ask for the wrong thing, perhaps it helps them learn how to ask better questions. :-)

  • @Alan-Kilborn @Nuri-UTKU

    Thanks Nuri, I’ll take that into consideration.

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