format.html

Renders a string by passing it to a TYPO3 parseFunc. You can either specify a path to the TypoScript setting or set the parseFunc options directly. By default lib.parseFunc_RTE is used to parse the string.

Examples

Default parameters:

<f:format.html>foo <b>bar</b>. Some <LINK 1>link</LINK>.</f:format.html>

Output:

<p class="bodytext">foo <b>bar</b>. Some <a href="index.php?id=1" >link</a>.</p>

(depending on your TYPO3 setup)

Custom parseFunc:

<f:format.html parseFuncTSPath="lib.parseFunc">foo <b>bar</b>. Some <LINK 1>link</LINK>.</f:format.html>

Output:

foo <b>bar</b>. Some <a href="index.php?id=1" >link</a>.

Inline notation:

{someText -> f:format.html(parseFuncTSPath: 'lib.parseFunc')}

Output:

foo <b>bar</b>. Some <a href="index.php?id=1" >link</a>.

Arguments

parseFuncTSPath (string)

Default: &#039;lib.parseFunc_RTE&#039;

path to TypoScript parseFunc setup.