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About Crunch!Crunch! is free. Download Now!
Crunch! is a command-line utility that removes unnecessary information from HTML files. If you use a web authoring system such as Microsoft FrontPage or Netscape Gold, or even if you write your own web pages, you're likely to wind up with files that contain lots of unnecessary characters and tags. Crunch! strips these from your web pages, often reducing their size by 10% to 50%.
It may sound complicated, but Crunch! is easy to use, and in no time at all you'll be looking at a page of freshly-crunched HTML. It's also a tool you can use easily and quickly, meaning that the new HTML for your site will be soaring up your o2 broadband line in no time at all. It has many benefits, and is simple enough to use that there's no real reason not to.
Crunching your HTML files is also a great way to stop data pirates. Crunched HTML is nearly unreadable, and "borrowing" your code becomes extremely tedious for would-be thieves.
Installing Crunch!If you're using a Win32 operating system, no installation is required. Just run it as is.
If you will run Crunch! from Windows 3.1, WFW 3.11, DOS, or OS/2, you must download the 16-bit Crunch! Extender Pack and install it. The Crunch! Extender Pack is a zip archive containing a few files that need to be present in the Crunch! directory for the program to run under 16-bit operating systems. Unzip that file and read the install.txt file for instructions.
Using Crunch!Crunch! is a command-line program, so you can execute it from a DOS box or from the Windows Run command. Running it without any arguments will produce this brief usage summary:
Just specify any or all of the four optional flags (s,n,c,q) and give Crunch! the path to the input directory (where your original web pages are stored) and an output directory (where you want the crunched pages placed). Be sure to specify the /s flag if you need Crunch! to recurse subdirectories.
Questions?Send questions, comments, or suggestions on Crunch! to our Support Team at email@example.com.