Yes (sorry, forgot to mention that)
Unfortunately, it treats tables as clutter and reformats them:
Summer Opening |Times
From 1st April 2019 to 30th September 2019 |
| Monday | 09:00 | 18:00 |
| Tuesday | 09:00 | 18:00 |
| Wednesday | 09:00 | 18:00 |
| Thursday | 09:00 | 18:00 |
| Friday | 09:00 | 18:00 |
| Saturday | 09:00 | 18:00 |
| Sunday | 09:00 | 18:00 |
It’s readable, but I’d really rather have the fully-formatted main section of the page without the headers and sidebars… or, at least, have tables rendered as the original HTML tables rather than being converted into ASCII art.
To me, “remove clutter” means “keep formatting but lose navigation, ads, sidebars, headers and footers”, which isn’t what the clipper does. I’d be happier just selecting the bit I want to keep and having it ignore the rest (which is probably easier to implement than an algorithm to work out which bits to keep and which to discard )
The page I’m testing on is http://www.recycleforwestsussex.org/recycling-sites/westhampnett/— and this isn’t the most annoying and distracting of sidebars, but it’s still too much for me at times, especially the giant distracting image at the top of the right sidebar.
I haven’t used Evernote for some years, but ISTR their web clipper used to allow this — it was running from within a Safari extension, though.