Determines whether or not to run Tidy on the final output for pretty
formatting reasons, such as indentation and wrap.
This can greatly improve readability for editors who are hand-editing
the HTML, but is by no means necessary as HTML Purifier has already
fixed all major errors the HTML may have had. Tidy is a non-default
extension, and this directive will silently fail if Tidy is not
If you are looking to make the overall look of your page's source
better, I recommend running Tidy on the entire page rather than just
user-content (after all, the indentation relative to the containing
blocks will be incorrect).
--# vim: et sw=4 sts=4