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README.md

Extension for Parsedown Extra

Configurable Markdown to HTML converter with Parsedown Extra.

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Contents

Usage

Manual

Include ParsedownExtraPlugin.php just after the Parsedown.php and ParsedownExtra.php file:

require 'Parsedown.php';
require 'ParsedownExtra.php';
require 'ParsedownExtraPlugin.php';

# Create
$Parsedown = new ParsedownExtraPlugin;

# Configure
$Parsedown->voidElementSuffix = '>'; // HTML5

# Use
echo $Parsedown->text('# Header {.sth}');

Composer

From the file manager interface, create a composer.json file in your project folder, then add this content:

{
  "minimum-stability": "dev"
}

From the command line interface, navigate to your project folder then run this command:

composer require taufik-nurrohman/parsedown-extra-plugin

From the file manager interface, create an index.php file in your project folder then require the auto-loader file:

require 'vendor/autoload.php';

# Create
$Parsedown = new ParsedownExtraPlugin;

# Configure
$Parsedown->voidElementSuffix = '>'; // HTML5

# Use
echo $Parsedown->text('# Header {.sth}');

Features

HTML or XHTML

$Parsedown->voidElementSuffix = '>'; // HTML5

Predefined Abbreviations

$Parsedown->abbreviationData = [
    'CSS' => 'Cascading Style Sheet',
    'HTML' => 'Hyper Text Markup Language',
    'JS' => 'JavaScript'
];
$Parsedown->referenceData = [
    'mecha-cms' => [
        'url' => 'https://mecha-cms.com',
        'title' => 'Mecha CMS'
    ],
    'test-image' => [
        'url' => 'http://example.com/favicon.ico',
        'title' => 'Test Image'
    ]
);
$Parsedown->linkAttributes = function($Text, $Attributes, &$Element, $Internal) {
    if (!$Internal) {
        return [
            'rel' => 'nofollow',
            'target' => '_blank';
        ];
    }
    return [];
};

Automatic id Attribute on Headers

$Parsedown->headerAttributes = function($Text, $Attributes, &$Element, $Level) {
    $Id = $Attributes['id'] ?? trim(preg_replace('/[^a-z\d\x{4e00}-\x{9fa5}]+/u', '-', strtolower($Text)), '-');
    return ['id' => $Id];
};

Automatic Figure Elements

Every image markup that appears alone in a paragraph will be converted into a figure element automatically.

$Parsedown->figuresEnabled = true;
$Parsedown->figureAttributes = ['class' => 'image'];

$Parsedown->imageAttributesOnParent = ['class', 'id'];

To add a caption below the image, prepend at least one space but less than four spaces to turn the paragraph sequence that comes after the image into an image caption.

This is a paragraph.

![Image](/path/to/image.jpg)
 Image caption.

This is a paragraph.

![Image](/path/to/image.jpg)

 Image caption in a paragraph tag.

This is a paragraph.

![Image](/path/to/image.jpg)

    This is a code block.

This is a paragraph.

FYI, this format is also valid for average Markdown files. And so, it will degraded gracefully when parsed by other Markdown converters.

Custom Code Block Class Format

$Parsedown->blockCodeClassFormat = 'language-%s';

Custom Code Block Contents

$Parsedown->codeHtml = '<span class="my-code">%s</span>';
$Parsedown->blockCodeHtml = '<span class="my-code-block">%s</span>';
// <https://github.com/scrivo/highlight.php>
function doApplyHighlighter(string $Text, array $ClassList, &$Element) {
    $Highlight = new \Highlight\Highlighter;
    $Highlight->setAutodetectLanguages($ClassList);
    $Highlighted = $Highlight->highlightAuto($Text);
    $Element['attributes']['class'] = 'hljs ' . $Highlighted->language;
    return $Highlighted->value;
}

$Parsedown->codeHtml = function($Text, $Attributes, &$Element) {
    return doApplyHighlighter($Text, [], $Element);
};

$Parsedown->blockCodeHtml = function($Text, $Attributes, &$Element) {
    $ClassList = array_filter(explode(' ', $Attributes['class'] ?? ""));
    return doApplyHighlighter($Text, $ClassList, $Element);
};

Put <code> Attributes on <pre> Element

$Parsedown->codeAttributesOnParent = true;

Custom Quote Block Class

$Parsedown->blockQuoteAttributes = ['class' => 'quote'];
$Parsedown->blockQuoteAttributes = function($Text, $Attributes, &$Element) {
    if (strpos($Text, '**Danger:** ') === 0) {
        return ['class' => 'alert alert-danger'];
    }
    if (strpos($Text, '**Info:** ') === 0) {
        return ['class' => 'alert alert-info'];
    }
    return [];
};

Custom Table Attributes

$Parsedown->tableAttributes = ['border' => 1];

Custom Table Alignment Class

$Parsedown->tableColumnAttributes = function($Text, $Attributes, &$Element, $Align) {
    return [
        'class' => $Align ? 'text-' . $Align : null,
        'style' => null // Remove inline styles
    ];
};

Custom Footnote ID Format

$Parsedown->footnoteLinkAttributes = function($Number, $Attributes, &$Element, $Name) {
    return ['href' => '#to:' . $Name];
};

$Parsedown->footnoteReferenceAttributes = function($Number, $Attributes, &$Element, $Name, $Index) {
    return ['id' => 'from:' . $Name . '.' . $Index];
};

$Parsedown->footnoteBackLinkAttributes = function($Number, $Attributes, &$Element, $Name, $Index) {
    return ['href' => '#from:' . $Name . '.' . $Index];
};

$Parsedown->footnoteBackReferenceAttributes = function($Number, $Attributes, &$Element, $Name, $Total) {
    return ['id' => 'to:' . $Name];
};

Custom Footnote Class

$Parsedown->footnoteAttributes = ['class' => 'notes'];
$Parsedown->footnoteLinkHtml = '[%s]';
$Parsedown->footnoteBackLinkHtml = '<i class="icon icon-back"></i>';

Advance Attribute Parser

  • {#foo}<tag id="foo">
  • {#foo#bar}<tag id="bar">
  • {.foo}<tag class="foo">
  • {.foo.bar}<tag class="foo bar">
  • {#foo.bar.baz}<tag id="foo" class="bar baz">
  • {#foo .bar .baz}<tag id="foo" class="bar baz"> (white-space before # and . becomes optional in my extension)
  • {foo="bar"}<tag foo="bar">
  • {foo="bar baz"}<tag foo="bar baz">
  • {foo='bar'}<tag foo="bar">
  • {foo='bar baz'}<tag foo="bar baz">
  • {foo=bar}<tag foo="bar">
  • {foo=}<tag foo="">
  • {foo}<tag foo="foo">
  • {foo=bar baz}<tag foo="bar" baz="baz">
  • {#a#b.c.d e="f" g="h i" j='k' l='m n' o=p q= r s t="u#v.w.x y=z"}<tag id="b" class="c d" e="f" g="h i" j="k" l="m n" o="p" q="" r="r" s="s" t="u#v.w.x y=z">

Code Block Class Without language- Prefix

Dot prefix in class name are now becomes optional, custom attributes syntax also acceptable:

  • php<pre><code class="language-php">
  • php html<pre><code class="language-php language-html">
  • .php<pre><code class="php">
  • .php.html<pre><code class="php html">
  • .php html<pre><code class="php language-html">
  • {.php #foo}<pre><code class="php" id="foo">

Property Aliases as Methods

Property aliases are available as methods just to follow the way Parsedown set its configuration data. It uses PHP __call method to generate the class methods automatically:

// This is ...
$Parsedown->setBlockCodeHtml(function() { ... });

// ... equal to this
$Parsedown->blockCodeHtml = function() { ... };