Durch das Posting "Why VS 2003 keeps changing your HTML and what you can (and cannot) do to it." in Mikhail Arkhipov's Blog, bin ich auf den Artikel "Walkthrough: Approaches to Building a Visual Studio .NET 2003 Add-in Project that Enables HTML Tidy" gestossen.
Abtstract: "The HTML Tidy utility developed by Dave Raggett identifies and corrects common HTML markup errors and adjusts markup formatting. The Microsoft(r) Visual Studio(r) .NET HTML Designer provides a default markup formatter and various Automatic Formatting options. Web developers who prefer to use HTML Tidy to correct and format their HTML markup can install a Visual Studio .NET 2003 add-in project that calls either the Tidy executable or the HTML Designer to perform Automatic Formatting. This article gives instructions on how to build, install, and run such an add-in project, and provides sample code in several development languages. (43 printed pages)"