Commentary: we is for webedit Invoke XSLT to edit/transform Web pages before they get rendered. we makes emacspeak’s webedit layer independent of a given Emacs web browser like W3 or W3M This module will use the abstraction provided by browse-url to handle Web pages. Module emacspeak-webutils provides the needed additional abstractions not already covered by browse-url
Automatically generated documentation for options defined in module emacspeak-we. These options are customizable via Emacs’ Custom interface.
Clean up bogus Unicode chars for magic quotes.
Set to T if you want the buffer name to contain the applied filter.
Suffixes that identify URLs to media streams.
Caches most recently used class filter. Can be customized to set up initial default.
Caches most recently used xpath filter. Can be customized to set up initial default.
T means we apply XSL before displaying HTML.
Specifies transform to use before displaying a page. Nil means no transform is used.