HTML minifier for the static site generator, Beetle
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Beetle-Htmlmin

Minifies the HTML files in the Beetle output directory using the htmlmin library.

When beetle_htmlmin has been added to the list of plugins in your Beetle config.yaml file, you can run beetle htmlmin to minify the HTML files in the output directory. It can also be done at the same time as the rendering of the site by running it as beetle render htmlmin.

You can specify arguments to htmlmin inside your config.yaml file by using the args object like this:

plugins:
  - name: beetle_htmlmin
    args:
      remove_empty_space: True
      remove_comments: True
      remove_optional_attribute_quotes: False

A complete list of possible arguments and their default values can be found in the htmlmin documentation.