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 * @mainpage
 * HTML Purifier is an HTML filter that will take an arbitrary snippet of
 * HTML and rigorously test, validate and filter it into a version that
 * is safe for output onto webpages. It achieves this by:
 *  -# Lexing (parsing into tokens) the document,
 *  -# Executing various strategies on the tokens:
 *      -# Removing all elements not in the whitelist,
 *      -# Making the tokens well-formed,
 *      -# Fixing the nesting of the nodes, and
 *      -# Validating attributes of the nodes; and
 *  -# Generating HTML from the purified tokens.
 * However, most users will only need to interface with the HTMLPurifier
 * class, so this massive amount of infrastructure is usually concealed.
 * If you plan on working with the internals, be sure to include
 * HTMLPurifier_ConfigSchema and HTMLPurifier_Config.

    HTML Purifier 2.1.1 - Standards Compliant HTML Filtering
    Copyright (C) 2006 Edward Z. Yang

    This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
    modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
    License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
    version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

    This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
    but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
    Lesser General Public License for more details.

    You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
    License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
    Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  02110-1301  USA

// constants are slow, but we'll make one exception
define('HTMLPURIFIER_PREFIX', dirname(__FILE__));

// almost every class has an undocumented dependency to these, so make sure
// they get included
require_once 'HTMLPurifier/ConfigSchema.php'; // important
require_once 'HTMLPurifier/Config.php';
require_once 'HTMLPurifier/Context.php';

require_once 'HTMLPurifier/Lexer.php';
require_once 'HTMLPurifier/Generator.php';
require_once 'HTMLPurifier/Strategy/Core.php';
require_once 'HTMLPurifier/Encoder.php';

require_once 'HTMLPurifier/ErrorCollector.php';
require_once 'HTMLPurifier/LanguageFactory.php';

    'Core', 'CollectErrors', false, 'bool', '
Whether or not to collect errors found while filtering the document. This
is a useful way to give feedback to your users. CURRENTLY NOT IMPLEMENTED.
This directive has been available since 2.0.0.

 * Main library execution class.
 * Facade that performs calls to the HTMLPurifier_Lexer,
 * HTMLPurifier_Strategy and HTMLPurifier_Generator subsystems in order to
 * purify HTML.
 * @todo We need an easier way to inject strategies, it'll probably end
 *       up getting done through config though.
class HTMLPurifier
    var $version = '2.1.1';
    var $config;
    var $filters;
    var $strategy, $generator;
     * Final HTMLPurifier_Context of last run purification. Might be an array.
     * @public
    var $context;
     * Initializes the purifier.
     * @param $config Optional HTMLPurifier_Config object for all instances of
     *                the purifier, if omitted, a default configuration is
     *                supplied (which can be overridden on a per-use basis).
     *                The parameter can also be any type that
     *                HTMLPurifier_Config::create() supports.
    function HTMLPurifier($config = null) {
        $this->config = HTMLPurifier_Config::create($config);
        $this->strategy     = new HTMLPurifier_Strategy_Core();
        $this->generator    = new HTMLPurifier_Generator();
     * Adds a filter to process the output. First come first serve
     * @param $filter HTMLPurifier_Filter object
    function addFilter($filter) {
        $this->filters[] = $filter;
     * Filters an HTML snippet/document to be XSS-free and standards-compliant.
     * @param $html String of HTML to purify
     * @param $config HTMLPurifier_Config object for this operation, if omitted,
     *                defaults to the config object specified during this
     *                object's construction. The parameter can also be any type
     *                that HTMLPurifier_Config::create() supports.
     * @return Purified HTML
    function purify($html, $config = null) {
        $config = $config ? HTMLPurifier_Config::create($config) : $this->config;
        // implementation is partially environment dependant, partially
        // configuration dependant
        $lexer = HTMLPurifier_Lexer::create($config);
        $context = new HTMLPurifier_Context();
        // our friendly neighborhood generator, all primed with configuration too!
        $this->generator->generateFromTokens(array(), $config, $context);
        $context->register('Generator', $this->generator);
        // set up global context variables
        if ($config->get('Core', 'CollectErrors')) {
            // may get moved out if other facilities use it
            $language_factory = HTMLPurifier_LanguageFactory::instance();
            $language = $language_factory->create($config, $context);
            $context->register('Locale', $language);
            $error_collector = new HTMLPurifier_ErrorCollector($context);
            $context->register('ErrorCollector', $error_collector);
        $html = HTMLPurifier_Encoder::convertToUTF8($html, $config, $context);
        for ($i = 0, $size = count($this->filters); $i < $size; $i++) {
            $html = $this->filters[$i]->preFilter($html, $config, $context);
        // purified HTML
        $html = 
                // list of tokens
                    // list of un-purified tokens
                        // un-purified HTML
                        $html, $config, $context
                    $config, $context
                $config, $context
        for ($i = $size - 1; $i >= 0; $i--) {
            $html = $this->filters[$i]->postFilter($html, $config, $context);
        $html = HTMLPurifier_Encoder::convertFromUTF8($html, $config, $context);
        $this->context =& $context;
        return $html;
     * Filters an array of HTML snippets
     * @param $config Optional HTMLPurifier_Config object for this operation.
     *                See HTMLPurifier::purify() for more details.
     * @return Array of purified HTML
    function purifyArray($array_of_html, $config = null) {
        $context_array = array();
        foreach ($array_of_html as $key => $html) {
            $array_of_html[$key] = $this->purify($html, $config);
            $context_array[$key] = $this->context;
        $this->context = $context_array;
        return $array_of_html;
     * Singleton for enforcing just one HTML Purifier in your system
    static function &getInstance($prototype = null) {
        static $htmlpurifier;
        if (!$htmlpurifier || $prototype) {
            if ($prototype instanceof HTMLPurifier) {
                $htmlpurifier = $prototype;
            } elseif ($prototype) {
                $htmlpurifier = new HTMLPurifier($prototype);
            } else {
                $htmlpurifier = new HTMLPurifier();
        return $htmlpurifier;

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