HTMLparser

Property

allowTags

Data type

list of tags

Description

Default allowed tags

Property

stripEmptyTags

Data type

boolean

Description

Passes the content to PHPs strip_tags().

Property

stripEmptyTags.keepTags

Data type

string

Description

Comma separated list of tags to keep when applying strip_tags().

Property

tags.[tagname]

Data type

boolean/->HTMLparser_tags

Description

Either set this property to 0 or 1 to allow or deny the tag. If you enter ->HTMLparser_tags properties, those will automatically overrule this option, thus it's not needed then.

[tagname] in lowercase.

Property

localNesting

Data type

list of tags, must be among preserved tags

Description

List of tags (among the already set tags), which will be forced to have the nesting-flag set to true

Property

globalNesting

Data type

(ibid)

Description

List of tags (among the already set tags), which will be forced to have the nesting-flag set to "global"

Property

rmTagIfNoAttrib

Data type

(ibid)

Description

List of tags (among the already set tags), which will be forced to have the rmTagIfNoAttrib set to true

Property

noAttrib

Data type

(ibid)

Description

List of tags (among the already set tags), which will be forced to have the allowedAttribs value set to zero (which means, all attributes will be removed.

Property

removeTags

Data type

(ibid)

Description

List of tags (among the already set tags), which will be configured so they are surely removed.

Property

keepNonMatchedTags

Data type

boolean / "protect"

Description

If set (true=1), then all tags are kept regardless of tags present as keys in $tags-array.

If "protect", then the preserved tags have their <> converted to &lt; and &gt;

Default is to REMOVE all tags, which are not specifically assigned to be allowed! So you might probably want to set this value!

Property

htmlSpecialChars

Data type

-1 / 0 / 1 / 2

Description

This regards all content which is not tags:

0: Disabled - nothing is done.

1: The content outside tags is htmlspecialchar()'ed (PHP- function which converts &"<> to &...;).

2: Same as "1", but entities like "&amp;" or "&#234" are untouched.

-1: Does the opposite of "1". It converts &lt; to <, &gt; to >, &quot; to " etc.

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