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Returns the parent node of the current node


tidyNode::getParent

(PHP 5 >= 5.2.2)

tidyNode::getParentReturns the parent node of the current node

Description

tidyNode tidyNode::getParent ( void )

Returns the parent node of the current node.

Examples

Example #1 tidyNode::hasChildren() example

<?php

$html 
= <<< HTML
<html><head>
<?php echo '<title>title</title>'; ?>
<# 
  /* JSTE code */
  alert('Hello World'); 
#>
 </head>
 <body>
 Hello World
 </body>
</html>

HTML;


$tidy tidy_parse_string($html);
$num 0;

$node $tidy->html()->child[0]->child[0];

var_dump($node->getparent()->name);
?>

The above example will output:

 string(4) "head" 

Return Values

Returns a tidyNode if the node has a parent, or NULL otherwise.



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