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html-sanitizer-p5

1.0.2 • Public • Published

html-sanitizer-p5

html-sanitizer-p5 is a simple HTML sanitizer built on parse5.

html-sanitizer-p5 allows you to specify HTML tags and attributes that you want to keep. If a tag or attribute is not allowed, it is deleted. Tag contents are preserved subject to options.

href attributes are validated to ensure they only contain http, https, ftp and mailto URLs. Relative URLs are also allowed. You can also limit src domains for iframes.

HTML comments are preserved by default. You can change this behavior by setting the option keepComments to false.

Requirements

html-sanitizer-p5 is a pure Javascript module with only one dependency on parse5.

Install

npm install html-sanitizer-p5

Usage

var sanitizer = require('html-sanitizer-p5');
 
/* Santize HTML fragments typically submitted by WYSIWYG editors like tinyMCE */
var html = '<div class="p-1"><script src="http://malicious.org"></script></div>';
var clean = sanitizer.sanitize(html);
 

That will allow the default list of allowed tags and attributes. You can override default behavior as follows:

// Allow only a restricted set of tags and attributes
clean = sanitizer.sanitize(html, {
  allowedTags: [ 'h4', 'p', 'br' ],
  allowedAttributes: {
    'a': [ 'href' ]
  },
  allowedIframeDomains: ['www.youtube.com']
});

Options

  • allowedTags - Array of tag names. Specify false to allow everything and [] to allow nothing.
  • allowedAttributes - Object that specifies allowed attributes for one more tags. Use '*' to specify attributes that are allowed on any element. For example:
{ 
  '*': ['class', 'style'], 
  'img': ['src']
} 
  • allowedIframeDomains - Array of domains that can appear as iframe source
  • allowedUrlSchemes - Array of URL schemes that are allowed in href attribute of links
  • keepComments - Specify false to remove comments

Defaults

Default option values are available via properties of the sanitizer object with the same name. For example sanitizer.allowedTags returns default array of allowed tags.

{
  allowedTags: ['h1', 'h2', 'h3', 'h4', 'h5', 'h6', 'blockquote', 'p', 'a', 'ul',
  'ol', 'nl', 'li', 'b', 'i', 'strong', 'em', 'strike', 'code', 'hr', 'br', 'div',
  'table', 'thead', 'caption', 'tbody', 'tr', 'th', 'td', 'pre', 'span', 'img', 'iframe' ],
  allowedAttributes: {
    '*': ['class', 'style'],
    a: [ 'href', 'name', 'target' ],
    img: [ 'src' ],
    iframe: ['src']
  },
  allowedIframeDomains: ['www.youtube.com', 'player.vimeo.com'],
  allowedUrlSchemes: [ 'http', 'https', 'ftp', 'mailto' ],
}

install

npm i html-sanitizer-p5

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1.0.2

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