(Even) better parsing of HTML tags

It's no secret that Spin Rewriter is an absolute champ when it comes to parsing HTML code that your texts have been wrapped into.

In other words, Spin Rewriter doesn't play nice just with simple texts that consist of headings and paragraphs and little else.

It also plays nice with texts that include HTML tags, links, images, unordered and ordered lists, italics, bolded sections, etc. All of this extra HTML code that's usually thrown into the middle of sentences trips up most text-processing software products out there, but it's been one of our primary focuses since the beginning — and it shows.

With today's update, we've taken care of two very minor, very sporadic issues that have popped up from time to time when parsing particularly tricky bits of HTML code inside your texts. So, at this points, we're quite confident that when it comes to HTML, Spin Rewriter is — as usual — the undisputed market leader.

Here's to you making the most of the power Spin Rewriter brings you!

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