Abstract Class HTMLPurifier_Node
|Subclasses||HTMLPurifier_Node_Comment, HTMLPurifier_Node_Element, HTMLPurifier_Node_Text|
Abstract base node class that all others inherit from.
Why do we not use the DOM extension? (1) It is not always available, (2) it has funny constraints on the data it can represent, whereas we want a maximally flexible representation, and (3) its interface is a bit cumbersome.
|$armor||Lookup array of processing that this token is exempt from.||HTMLPurifier_Node|
|$col||Column number of the start token in the source document. Null if unknown.||HTMLPurifier_Node|
|$dead||When true, this node should be ignored as non-existent.||HTMLPurifier_Node|
|$line||Line number of the start token in the source document||HTMLPurifier_Node|
|toTokenPair()||Returns a pair of start and end tokens, where the end token is null if it is not necessary. Does not include children.||HTMLPurifier_Node|
Currently, valid values are "ValidateAttributes".
public $armor = 
public $col = null
Who is responsible for ignoring dead nodes? FixNesting is responsible for removing them before passing on to child validators.
public $dead = false
public $line = null
Returns a pair of start and end tokens, where the end token is null if it is not necessary. Does not include children.
|public abstract void toTokenPair ( )|