MarkupHTMLPurifier by Ryan Cramer

HTML sanitization and validation for ProcessWire. Serves as a front-end to the HTML Purifier software.

HTML Purifier module for ProcessWire

HTML sanitization and validation for ProcessWire. Serves as a front-end to the HTML Purifier software.

From htmlpurifier.org:

"HTML Purifier is a standards-compliant HTML filter library written in PHP. HTML Purifier will not only remove all malicious code (better known as XSS) with a thoroughly audited, secure yet permissive whitelist, it will also make sure your documents are standards compliant, something only achievable with a comprehensive knowledge of W3C's specifications."

Usage


$purifier = $modules->get('MarkupHTMLPurifier');
$cleanHTML = $purifier->purify($dirtyHTML);

To specify custom settings to HTML Purifier, perform set() calls before calling purify(). For example, UTF-8 encoding is assumed, so if you wanted ISO-8859-1 instead, you'd do:

$purifier->set('Core.Encoding', 'ISO-8859-1'); 

Full list of HTML Purifier config options

Install


  • Place the files from this module in /site/modules/MarkupHTMLPurifier/
  • In ProcessWire Admin > Modules, click check for new modules, and click install.

Updates


The version number of this module represents the version number of HTML Purifier. I will do my best to keep this module up-to-date with the HTML Purifier version. But before installing this module, you may want to check if a newer version of the HTML Purifier software is available from the HTML Purifier downloads page.

We are using the standalone distribution of HTML Purifier. To update it, download the latest standalone distribution and replace the htmlpurifier directory with the new version you downloaded.


HTML Purifier by Edward Z. Yang (http://htmlpurifier.org)

ProcessWire module by Ryan Cramer (http://processwire.com)

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