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Introduction

L'extension DOM vous permet d'utiliser des documents XML via l'API DOM de PHP.

Note:

L'extension DOM utilise l'encodage UTF-8. Utilisez utf8_encode() et utf8_decode() pour travailler avec des textes dans l'encodage ISO-8859-1 ou iconv pour d'autre encodages.

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Anonymous
3 months ago
On some linux package managers, namely apt, this is called 'xml' for example as in:

sudo apt-get install -y php7.3-xml
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captainjester at hotmail dot com
4 months ago
Be careful when using this for partial HTML. This will only take complete HTML documents with at least an HTML element and a BODY element. If you are working on partial HTML and you fill in the missing elements around it and don't specify in META elements the character encoding then it will be treated as ISO-8859-1 and will mangle UTF-8 strings. Example:

<?php
$body
= getHtmlBody();
$doc = new DOMDocument();
$doc->loadHtml("<html><body>".$body."</body></html>");
// $doc will treat your HTML ISO-8859-1.
// this is correct but may not be what you want if your source is UTF-8
?>

<?php
$body
= getHtmlBody();
$doc = new DOMDocument();
$doc->loadHtml("<html><head><meta charset=\"UTF-8\"><meta http-equiv=\"Content-Type\" content=\"text/html; charset=UTF-8\"></head><body>".$body."</body></html>");
// $doc will treat your HTML correctly as UTF-8.
?>
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