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Crawling html pages!!!

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 26, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

I am having the content sources crawling some html pages from the lotus notes database.
When i do the search for any data, I am also getting the content from html source code.

For eg:-
Actual content in the html web page is as below:
                  My name is Vijay.
                  I am SP Admin.

The result shows:
<B>My name is Vijay.<Br/><I>I am SP Admin.

Its taking it from the source code, not showing the normal data.

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