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Well, your client does not want to import html text. He may think that he wants to import html, but it's not what he actually wants. html text cannot contain the letters " ' & < >, for good reason. So the text that you showed is just not html. Since html tools will not be able to handle this, I'd have a manual pass first where you look at < and > ...


I answered this question when someone else asked it on Stack Overflow, and feel my contribution there has something to add to the excellent responses above, for anyone reading this far down the page :o) Why don't browsers support PUT and DELETE requests and when will they?

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