Projects / PHP::HTML


PHP::HTML is a set of PHP classes to abstract HTML and simplify complex Web application development. Reusable widgets can be based on the abstract classes which include a text-only class, text which marked-up with HTML, and a tag which contains multiple "children". PHP::HTML is currently in active development to make it cleaner, and to add support for CSS and support for "emulation" that will create HTML 3.2 documents for browser compatibility.


Recent releases

  •  02 Mar 2001 16:58

    Release Notes: Forms support is now almost completed. class xml_m_content, which replaces class tag_array from 0.5.x, has been added.

    •  26 Feb 2001 09:15

      Release Notes: This release includes rewritten HTML Forms, and porting of WML classes and the HTMLdoc class.

      •  10 Feb 2001 21:21

        Release Notes: A backport of XHTML table support from 0.5.x.

        •  07 Feb 2001 01:18

          Release Notes: This is a new development branch. It is almost a total rewrite compared to 0.5.x, is much smaller, has a much simpler core, is easier to understand and learn, and has much cleaner code.

          •  04 Feb 2001 17:34

            Release Notes: This release adds WML classes, a caching mechanism, and various minor enhancements.


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