PyQuery.html() returns xml instead of html

Patrick Gerken avatarPatrick Gerken created an issue

I tried to display some output of PyQuery.html(), but empty tags were interpreted as starting tags without an end tag. I was able to tweak the behavior of the internally used etree.tostring method. It can take a method parameter. When set to 'html', an empty h3 tag becomes <h3></h3> instead of <h3/> It would be nice, if the output of html became at least configurable, so that I could use html().

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