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string 'Cleaned' version of input parameter
 
string 'Cleaned' version of input parameter
 
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Joomla 11.1 JFilterInput::_cleanTags

Description

Internal method to strip a string of certain tags.

Description:JFilterInput:: cleanTags [Edit Descripton]

Since

Joomla 11.1

Synopsis

protected JFilterInput::_cleanTags ($source)
Parameter Type Default Description
$source string Input string to be 'cleaned'

Returns

string 'Cleaned' version of input parameter

Defined in

libraries/joomla/filter/filterinput.php (line 310)

Referenced by

See also

[Edit See Also]

SeeAlso:JFilterInput:: cleanTags

Examples

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