HTML::ElementRaw

NAME

HTML::ElementRaw − Perl extension for HTML::Element(3).

SYNOPSIS

use HTML::ElementRaw;
$er = new HTML::ElementRaw;
$text = '<p>I would like this &nbsp; HTML to not be encoded</p>';
$er−>push_content($text);
$h = new HTML::Element 'h2';
$h−>push_content($er);
# Now $text will appear as you typed it, non−escaped,
# embedded in the HTML produced by $h.
print $h−>as_HTML;

DESCRIPTION

Provides a way to graft raw HTML strings into your HTML::Element(3) structures. Since they represent raw text, these can only be leaves in your HTML element tree. The only methods that are of any real use in this degenerate element are push_content() and as_HTML(). The push_content() method will simply prepend the provided text to the current content. If you happen to pass an HTML::element to push_content, the output of the as_HTML() method in that element will be prepended.

REQUIRES

HTML::Element(3)

AUTHOR

Matthew P. Sisk, <sisk@mojotoad.com>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 1998−2010 Matthew P. Sisk. All rights reserved. All wrongs revenged. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

SEE ALSO

HTML::Element(3), HTML::ElementSuper(3), HTML::Element::Glob(3), HTML::ElementTable(3), perl(1).