PHP Unconference Europe 2015

The tidy class

(PHP 5, PECL tidy >= 0.5.2)

Introduction

An HTML node in an HTML file, as detected by tidy.

Class synopsis

tidy {
/* Properties */
string $errorBuffer;
/* Methods */
tidyNode body ( void )
bool cleanRepair ( void )
__construct ([ string $filename [, mixed $config [, string $encoding [, bool $use_include_path ]]]] )
bool diagnose ( void )
array getConfig ( void )
int getHtmlVer ( void )
mixed getOpt ( string $option )
string getOptDoc ( string $optname )
string getRelease ( void )
int getStatus ( void )
tidyNode head ( void )
tidyNode html ( void )
bool isXhtml ( void )
bool isXml ( void )
bool parseFile ( string $filename [, mixed $config [, string $encoding [, bool $use_include_path = false ]]] )
bool parseString ( string $input [, mixed $config [, string $encoding ]] )
string repairFile ( string $filename [, mixed $config [, string $encoding [, bool $use_include_path = false ]]] )
string repairString ( string $data [, mixed $config [, string $encoding ]] )
tidyNode root ( void )
}

Table of Contents

  • tidy::body — Returns a tidyNode object starting from the <body> tag of the tidy parse tree
  • tidy::cleanRepair — Execute configured cleanup and repair operations on parsed markup
  • tidy::__construct — Constructs a new tidy object
  • tidy::diagnose — Run configured diagnostics on parsed and repaired markup
  • tidy::$errorBuffer — Return warnings and errors which occurred parsing the specified document
  • tidy::getConfig — Get current Tidy configuration
  • tidy::getHtmlVer — Get the Detected HTML version for the specified document
  • tidy::getOpt — Returns the value of the specified configuration option for the tidy document
  • tidy::getOptDoc — Returns the documentation for the given option name
  • tidy::getRelease — Get release date (version) for Tidy library
  • tidy::getStatus — Get status of specified document
  • tidy::head — Returns a tidyNode object starting from the <head> tag of the tidy parse tree
  • tidy::html — Returns a tidyNode object starting from the <html> tag of the tidy parse tree
  • tidy::isXhtml — Indicates if the document is a XHTML document
  • tidy::isXml — Indicates if the document is a generic (non HTML/XHTML) XML document
  • tidy::parseFile — Parse markup in file or URI
  • tidy::parseString — Parse a document stored in a string
  • tidy::repairFile — Repair a file and return it as a string
  • tidy::repairString — Repair a string using an optionally provided configuration file
  • tidy::root — Returns a tidyNode object representing the root of the tidy parse tree
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