A simple PHP HTML DOM parser written in PHP5+, supports invalid HTML, and provides a very easy way to handle HTML elements.

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  • Unusable. Constantly runs out of memory when trying to manipulate Wiki data regardless of fetching method. This is at best a beta version - definitely NOT fit for a production environment..

  • 1) Source code provides you with ZERO documentation, so you have to rely on documentation on their site witch is outdated sometimes 2) Bad class naming IMO 3) huge memory leaks! 4) poor support of UTF-8

  • The code, as is, has numerous bugs including: 1) will not handle a webpage passed as a string... you must use his file_get function. 2) massive memory leaks. I provided a fix that REALLY works. 3) Author does not answer emails, this project is basically abandoned.

  • This library is buggy as hell and completely unmaintained, without a single source commit or closed bug since May 2009. It's 2010, a DOM parser should be able handle UTF-8! Use something, anything else instead and save yourself a world of pain.

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Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

PHP

Registered

2008-02-19