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    domhandler-daily

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    The DOM handler (formally known as DefaultHandler) creates a tree containing all nodes of a page. The tree may be manipulated using the DOMUtils library.

    Custom version to handle Twig tags in elements.

    Usage

    var handler = new DomHandler([ <func> callback(err, dom), ] [ <obj> options ]);
    // var parser = new Parser(handler[, options]);

    Example

    var htmlparser = require("htmlparser2");
    var rawHtml = "Xyz <script language= javascript>var foo = '<<bar>>';< /  script><!--<!-- Waah! -- -->";
    var handler = new htmlparser.DomHandler(function (error, dom) {
        if (error)
         [...do something for errors...]
        else
         [...parsing done, do something...]
            console.log(dom);
    });
    var parser = new htmlparser.Parser(handler);
    parser.write(rawHtml);
    parser.done();

    Output:

    [{
        data: 'Xyz ',
        type: 'text'
    }, {
        type: 'script',
        name: 'script',
        attribs: {
         language: 'javascript'
        },
        children: [{
         data: 'var foo = \'<bar>\';<',
         type: 'text'
        }]
    }, {
        data: '<!-- Waah! -- ',
        type: 'comment'
    }]

    Option: normalizeWhitespace

    Indicates whether the whitespace in text nodes should be normalized (= all whitespace should be replaced with single spaces). The default value is "false".

    The following HTML will be used:

    <font>
        <br>this is the text
    <font>

    Example: true

    [{
        type: 'tag',
        name: 'font',
        children: [{
         data: ' ',
         type: 'text'
        }, {
         type: 'tag',
         name: 'br'
        }, {
         data: 'this is the text ',
         type: 'text'
        }, {
         type: 'tag',
         name: 'font'
        }]
    }]

    Example: false

    [{
        type: 'tag',
        name: 'font',
        children: [{
         data: '\n\t',
         type: 'text'
        }, {
         type: 'tag',
         name: 'br'
        }, {
         data: 'this is the text\n',
         type: 'text'
        }, {
         type: 'tag',
         name: 'font'
        }]
    }]

    Option: withStartIndices

    Indicates whether a startIndex property will be added to nodes. When the parser is used in a non-streaming fashion, startIndex is an integer indicating the position of the start of the node in the document. The default value is "false".

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