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Beautiful Soup | unwrap method

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Beautiful Soup's unwrap() method removes the tag from an element and returns it.

Examples

Consider the following html:

html = '<a href="https://skytowner.com/">Linking to <i>skytowner.com</i></a>'
soup = BeautifulSoup(html)

a_tag = soup.a
a_tag.i.unwrap()
<i></i>

Here we are removing the tag from a_tag.i which is <i></i> just leaving the content inside of the tag skytowner.com.

If we now display a_tag after performing the unwrap:

a_tag.i.unwrap()
a_tag
<a href="https://skytowner.com/">Linking to skytowner.com</a>

We can see that the <i> tag longer exists within the <a> tag.

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