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DevShed:
Tracking Parsing Errors with the Tidy Library in PHP 5
July 12, 2007 @ 14:28:28

DevShed wraps up their series on using the Tidy extension with this last tutorial showing methods of tracking parse errors with the help of the library.

So, the question that comes up is the following: what is the next step? Well, from a PHP developer's point of view, tracking all the errors that occurred when parsing a concrete (X)HTML string might be quite useful. Therefore, in this final tutorial of the series I'm going to cover some new functions bundled with the Tidy extension which are designed to show you the potential errors raised when interpreting (X)HTML data.

The tutorial shows how to use the tidy_get_error_buffer, tidy_access_count, tidy_error_count and tidy_warning_count functions to search through your code and handle whatever errors (and error data) that might come up.

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