[SIZE=“3”][FONT=“Arial”]I’m trying to delete almost all HTML attributes from my tags with the exception of some like src=“” or href=“”.
for example this:
<p class=“myclass”><b style=“color:#333;”>Hello</b></p>
Is something like that possible with preg_replace?
you can remove elements’ attributes using DOM methods.
Thanks Kalon. I was already looking at DOM methods but I’m not really known with them so that hold me back a bit. I will try them out now.
@eljohnsen well it is possible to exclude things like a class for example
preg_replace(“#class=\”.*?\“#is”, “”, $content);
But instead of making a list of what has to go out I would like to exclude all except
some indicated attributes.
Remove all HTML tags.
striptags($results); // remove <b> etc.
Unfortunately, that is not what the OP is asking for.
Unfortunately, that is not what the OP is asking for
thanks for replying for me Anthony