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3 ways to split and remove HTML from a string

Consider the possibility that you are going headless or building an SaaS application and are not relying on a server side programming language to do the work for you, you might sometimes find yourself in need of needing to remove HTML from a string. In this article, I’ll show you a few simple ways on how you can split and remove all HTML from a string.

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