HTML Purifier 3.0.0

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p. “HTML Purifier has released version 3.0.0”:http://htmlpurifier.org/news.html#news-3.0.0-released. This is the projects first release of 2008 and the first release to work exclusively on PHP 5. The change log lists 10 features and changes to the tool.

bq. This release a number of improvements in CSS handling, including the filter HTMLPurifier_Filter_ExtractStyleBlocks which integrates HTML Purifier with CSSTidy for cleaning style sheets (see the source code file for more information on usage), contains experimental support for proprietary CSS properties with %CSS.Proprietary, case-insensitive CSS properties, and more lenient hexadecimal color codes. Also, all code has been upgraded to full PHP 5 and is E_STRICT clean for all versions of PHP 5 (including the 5.0 series, which previously had parse-time errors).

p. They do say that the 2.1 branch will continue to get security and bug fixes but no new features.

*(disc) “Homepage”:http://htmlpurifier.org
* “Download”:http://htmlpurifier.org/releases/htmlpurifier-3.0.0.zip
* “ChangeLog”:http://htmlpurifier.org/svnroot/htmlpurifier/tags/3.0.0/NEWS

About Cal Evans

Many moons ago, at the tender age of 14, Cal touched his first computer. (We're using the term "computer" loosely here, it was a TRS-80 Model 1) Since then his life has never been the same. He graduated from TRS-80s to Commodores and eventually to IBM PCs.   For the past 10 years, Cal has worked with PHP and MySQL on Linux OSX, and when necessary, Windows. He has built on a variety of projects ranging in size from simple web pages to multi-million dollar web applications. When not banging his head on his monitor, attempting a blood sacrifice to get a particular piece of code working, he enjoys building and managing development teams using his widely imitated but never patented management style of "management by wandering around". Cal is happily married to wife 1.33, the lovely and talented Kathy. Together they have 2 kids who were both bright enough not to pursue a career in IT. Cal blogs at http://blog.calevans.com and is the founder and host of Nomad PHP