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I want to remove the below tag from an HTML object containing the sitecore field value in the form of HTML.

I want to remove this and set back the remaining HTML in the same field.

<div class = "abc"> Some other tags and HTMLs </div>

I referred the below link but no luck.

Using Powershell Extensions to remove empty <p> tags from all rich text fields

Please also someone tell me that what will be the Regex pattern for <div class = "abc"> for sitecore powershell.

  • Is the html markup from the rich text field? – Hishaam Namooya Jun 25 at 10:40
  • @HishaamNamooya Yes – Divyansh Gupta Jun 25 at 11:01
  • You want to remove the first div only or the div including the other tags within that div? – Hishaam Namooya Jun 25 at 11:04
  • div including the other tags within that div – Divyansh Gupta Jun 25 at 11:12
  • Really need something like HtmlAgilityPack to parse the whole partial doc. This is because you need to relocate the child content of the div. Using a regex to find and replace will be risky. – Michael West Jun 25 at 22:24
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You can use the following snippet to remove the HTML tags.

$item = Get-Item -Path "{110D559F-DEA5-42EA-9C1C-8A5DF7E70EF9}"
$richTextField = $item["Text"]
$richTextHtml = $richTextField -replace '<.+?>' 
Write-Host $richTextField
Write-Host "New Value"
Write-Host $richTextHtml

I tested it on the home item. Below is the result in the console. enter image description here

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  • Thanks for your valuable answer, I believe this will remove every div tag within the HTML, in my case I need to remove only those divs, which are having some particular class, For e.g. <div class ="a" I want to remove but I don't want <div class="b" to be removed within the HTML. – Divyansh Gupta Jun 25 at 11:47
  • I will see if this is possible as we would need to find the closing div tag also to make sure the HTML is valid. – adarsh Jun 25 at 14:09
  • Can anyone suggest on the solution here. [string]$content = $GetContent $content = $content.Replace('<div class="parsys"><div class="heading section"><h1 class="news heading01">@Html.Sitecore().Placeholder("NewsTitle")</h1></div>', "") This is not working for me. – Divyansh Gupta Jul 2 at 7:45

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