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tidyNode->isPhp

Returns true if this node is PHP ()
bool tidyNode->isPhp ( )

Returns TRUE if the current node is PHP code, FALSE otherwise.

Example 2557. get the PHP code from a mixed HTML/PHP document

<?php

$html
= <<< HTML
<html><head>
<?php echo '<title>title</title>'; ?>
</head>
<body>

<?php
echo 'hello world!';
?>

</body></html>
HTML;


$tidy = tidy_parse_string($html);
$num = 0;

get_php($tidy->html());


function
get_php($node) {

   
// check if the current node is PHP code
   
if($node->isPhp()) {
       echo
"\n\n# PHP node #" . ++$GLOBALS['num'] . "\n";
       echo
$node->value;
   }

   
// check if the current node has childrens
   
if($node->hasChildren()) {
       foreach(
$node->child as $child) {
           
get_php($child);
       }
   }
}

?>

The above example will output:

# PHP node #1
<?php echo '<title>title</title>'; ?>

# PHP node #2
<?php
echo 'hello world!';
?>


Note:

This function was named tidy_node->is_php() in PHP 4/Tidy 1.