parseFunc

This object is used to parse some content for stuff like special typo tags, the makelinks -things and so on…

externalBlocks

Property
externalBlocks
Data type
list of tagnames / +properties
Description

This allows you to pre-split the content passed to parseFunc so that only content outside the blocks with the given tags is parsed.

Extra properties:

.[tagname] {

callRecursive: boolean . If set, the content of the block is directed into parseFunc again. Otherwise the content is just passed through with no other processing than stdWrap (see below).

callRecursive.dontWrapSelf: boolean . If set, the tags of the block is not wrapped around the content returned from parseFunc.

callRecursive.alternativeWrap: Alternative wrapping instead of the original tags.

callRecursive.tagStdWrap: stdWrap processing of the block-tags.

stdWrap: stdWrap processing of the whole block (regardless of whether callRecursive was set.)

stripNLprev: boolean . Strips off last line break of the previous outside block.

stripNLnext: boolean . Strips off first line break of the next outside block.

stripNL: boolean . Does both of the above.

HTMLtableCells: boolean . If set, then the content is expected to be a table and every table-cell is traversed.

Below, “default” means all cells and “1”, “2”, “3”, … overrides for specific columns.

HTMLtableCells.[default/1/2/3/…] {

callRecursive: boolean . The content is parsed through current parseFunc.

stdWrap: stdWrap processing of the content in the cell.

tagStdWrap: -> The <TD> tag is processed by stdWrap .

}

HTMLtableCells.addChr10BetweenParagraphs: boolean . If set, then all appearances of </P><P> will have a chr(10) inserted between them.

}

Example

This example is used to split regular bodytext content so that tables and blockquotes in the bodytext are processed correctly. The blockquotes are passed into parseFunc again (recursively) and further their top/bottom margins are set to 0 (so no apparent line breaks are seen)

The tables are also displayed with a number of properties of the cells overridden.

tt_content.text.20.parseFunc.externalBlocks {
      blockquote.callRecursive = 1
      blockquote.callRecursive.tagStdWrap.HTMLparser = 1
      blockquote.callRecursive.tagStdWrap.HTMLparser {
         tags.blockquote.fixAttrib.style.list = margin-bottom:0;margin-top:0;
         tags.blockquote.fixAttrib.style.always = 1
      }
      blockquote.stripNLprev = 1
      blockquote.stripNLnext = 1

      table.stripNL = 1
      table.stdWrap.HTMLparser = 1
      table.stdWrap.HTMLparser {
         tags.table.overrideAttribs = border="0" style="margin-top: 10px;"
         tags.tr.allowedAttribs = 0
         tags.td.overrideAttribs = class="table-cell" style="font-size: 10px;"
      }
}

constants

Property
constants
Data type
boolean
Description

You can define constants in the top-level object “constants” in the Setup field of your TypoScript template.

If this property is set, you can use markers (the constant name wrapped in “###”) in your text. TYPO3 then substitutes the markers with the value of the according constant.

Example

constants.EMAIL = email@email.com

(The definition of the constant above is top-level TypoScript. It belongs on one level with the objects “config” and “page”.)

If you now use parseFunc with constants = 1 , all occurrences of the string ###EMAIL### in the text will be substituted with the actual address.

short

Property
short
Data type
(array of strings)
Description
Like constants above, but local.

Example

This substitutes all occurrences of “T3” with “TYPO3 CMS” and “T3web” with a link to typo3.org.

short {
      T3 = TYPO3 CMS
      T3web = <a href="http://typo3.org">typo3.org</a>
}

plainTextStdWrap

Property
plainTextStdWrap
Data type
stdWrap
Description
This is stdWrap properties for all non-tag content.

userFunc

Property
userFunc
Data type
function name
Description

This passes the non-tag content to a function of your own choice. Similar to e.g. postUserFunc in stdWrap .

Remember the function name must possibly be prepended user_ .

nonTypoTagStdWrap

Property
nonTypoTagStdWrap
Data type
stdWrap
Description

Like plainTextStdWrap . Difference:

plainTextStdWrap works an ALL non-tag pieces in the text. nonTypoTagStdWrap is post processing of all text (including tags) between special TypoTags (unless breakoutTypoTagContent is not set for the TypoTag).

nonTypoTagUserFunc

Property
nonTypoTagUserFunc
Data type
function name
Description
Like userFunc . Differences is (like nonTypoTagStdWrap ) that this is post processing of all content pieces around TypoTags while userFunc processes all non-tag content. (Notice: breakoutTypoTagContent must be set for the TypoTag if it’s excluded from nonTypoTagContent ).

sword

Property
sword
Data type
wrap
Description

Marks up any words from the GET-method send array sword_list[] in the text. The word MUST be at least two characters long!

Note: works only with $GLOBALS['TSFE']->no_cache = 1 .

Default
<font color="red">|</font>

tags

Property
tags
Data type
tags
Description
Here you can define custom tags that will parse the content to something.

allowTags

Property
allowTags
Data type
list of strings
Description

List of tags, which are allowed to exist in code!

Highest priority: If a tag is found in allowTags , denyTags is ignored!

denyTags

Property
denyTags
Data type
list of strings
Description

List of tags, which may not exist in code! (use * for all.)

Lowest priority: If a tag is not found in allowTags , denyTags is checked. If denyTags is not * and the tag is not found in the list, the tag may exist!

Example

This allows <b> , <i> , <a> and <img> -tags to exist

.allowTags = b,i,a,img
.denyTags = *

if

Property
if
Data type
if
Description
if “if” returns false, the input value is not parsed, but returned directly.

Example

This example takes the content of the field “bodytext” and parses it through the makelinks -functions and substitutes all <LINK> and <TYPOLIST> -tags with something else.

tt_content.text.default {
    20 = TEXT
    20.stdWrap.field = bodytext
    20.stdWrap.wrap = | <br>
    20.stdWrap.brTag = <br>
    20.stdWrap.parseFunc {
        makelinks = 1
        makelinks.http.keep = path
        makelinks.http.extTarget = _blank
        makelinks.mailto.keep = path
        tags {
            link = TEXT
            link {
                stdWrap.current = 1
                stdWrap.typolink.extTarget = _blank
                stdWrap.typolink.target = {$cLinkTagTarget}
                stdWrap.typolink.wrap = <p style="color: red; font-weight: bold;">|</p>
                stdWrap.typolink.parameter.data = parameters : allParams
            }

            typolist < tt_content.bullets.default.20
            typolist.trim = 1
            typolist.field >
            typolist.current = 1
        }
    }