$text = '<p>Test paragraph.</p><!-- Comment --> <a href="#fragment">Other text</a>';
// Allow <p> and <a>
echo strip_tags($text, '<p><a>');
The above example will output:
Test paragraph. Other text <p>Test paragraph.</p> <a href="#fragment">Other text</a>
Because strip_tags() does not actually validate the HTML, partial or broken tags can result in the removal of more text/data than expected.
This function does not modify any attributes on the tags that you allow using
allowable_tags, including the style and onmouseover attributes that a mischievous user may abuse when posting text that will be shown to other users.
Tag names within the input HTML that are greater than 1023 bytes in length will be treated as though they are invalid, regardless of the
The strip_tags() function enables us to clean a string from the HTML tags.
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