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Re: Wrapping HTML "sections" with a div

by tangent (Vicar)
on Oct 26, 2018 at 15:38 UTC ( #1224736=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Wrapping HTML "sections" with a div

Here's a way to do it by subclassing HTML::Parser. Even though it is not well documented, I like the fine-grained control this technique allows.
use strict; use warnings; my $html = q| <h1>blah</h1> <p>blah<p> <h2>blah</h2> <p>blah</p> <h3>blah</h3> <p>blah</p> <h2>blah blah blah</h2> <p>blah</p> <h1>blah</h1> <h2>blah</h2> <h2>blah</h2>|; my $parser = Markdent_Parser->new(); $parser->parse($html); $parser->eof; print $parser->out; package Markdent_Parser; use parent qw(HTML::Parser); sub start { my ($self,$tag,$attr,$attrseq,$text) = @_; if ($tag eq 'h1' and $self->{'in_h2'}) { $self->{'out'} .= "</div>\n\n"; $self->{'in_h2'} = 0; } elsif ($tag eq 'h2') { if ($self->{'in_h2'}) { $self->{'out'} .= "</div>\n"; } $self->{'out'} .= "\n<div>\n"; $self->{'in_h2'} = 1; } $self->{'out'} .= $text; } sub text { my ($self,$text) = @_; $self->{'out'} .= $text; } sub end { my ($self,$tag,$text) = @_; $self->{'out'} .= $text; } sub out { my ($self) = @_; if ($self->{'in_h2'}) { $self->{'out'} .= "\n</div>"; } return $self->{'out'}; } 1;
The output is as described by your algorithm rather than as shown by your example (I fixed the typo in your input also).
<h1>blah</h1> <p>blah<p> <div> <h2>blah</h2> <p>blah</p> <h3>blah</h3> <p>blah</p> </div> <div> <h2>blah blah blah</h2> <p>blah</p> </div> <h1>blah</h1> <div> <h2>blah</h2> </div> <div> <h2>blah</h2> </div>

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