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The future of HTMLPurifier is not in doubt

Posted by Charlie456 
Charlie456
The future of HTMLPurifier is not in doubt
December 08, 2017 06:42PM

Hello HTMLPurifier team,

Can you add a message to the FAQs or NEWs page about the future of HTMLPurifier and a donation link? I'm considering implementing this library into my science-related app.

Thank you for your time and attention.

Re: The future of HTMLPurifier is not in doubt
December 12, 2017 11:38AM

HTML Purifier is pretty stable, and has been on something like a yearly release cycle. It doesn't support HTML5 (and likely will not until someone comes along to do it).

As for donations, I've always accepted payments on PayPal at this author's email address. To discourage phishing, I'll let you work out which email that is via the official website ;)

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