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There are several files associated with this release.

1) cspfilter_class.php
--   The class file, and the only file you need to include
--   the class in your own projects.

2) license.txt
--   Common Public License v 1.0
--   The license this software is distributed under.

3) README.html
--   An introduction to the class, why I wrote it, what it
--   does and how to use it.

4) index.php
--   Passes README.html through the class for demonstrative
--   purposes

5) testimage.jpg
--   An image that demonstrates image source filtering
--   Used by README.html (and thus index.php)
--    If testimage.jpg is not available, any image will work,
--   name it testimage.jpg

6) testscript.js
--   JavaScript that demonstrates script source filtering
--   Used by README.html (and thus index.php)

7) ifobtest.php
--   php file that demonstrates iframe/object source filtering
--   Used by README.html (and thus index.php)

8) dom_script_test.php
--   Creates a test area where you can dynamically specify policy
--   rules and feed input to be passed through the output filter.
--   Linked to in README.html (and thus index.php)

--   This file


For best use of the examples, put all those files in a directory in a
php enabled web server. Then create the following symlinks in that dir:

ln -s index.php index.phps
ln -s cspfilter_class.php cspfilter_class.phps
ln -s dom_script_test.php dom_script_test.phps

If your web server is configured to follow symlinks and process .phps
files as application/x-httpd-php-source then you can view the source
to those files (linked in the files) as pretty syntax highlighted
php source.
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