Many web sites vend html via ssi or a script. In this case the html content is often written in fragments that do not contain <html><head><body> bracketing. It would be very valuable to be able to edit and save an html fragment with Composer, especially in Linux where no other wysiwyg html editor is available. On file open, Composer adds the <html><head><body> bracketing if it doesn't exist. It sounds as if it would be very easy to optionally strip the bracketing at save time. I, for one, would be very grateful for this feature.
This would be very nice to see; I use Composer to make html fragments and templates to be used in PHP scripts. When you constantly edit and save such fragments, it gets tiresome to have to always strip these extraneous tags out by hand each time. I would also be very grateful for this feature.
So, "Save as fragment" or something like that. Anyone out there in mozilla land want to step up to the plate with a solution?
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