Can I get the matched DOM string with PHP and DOMDocument?


I've got my HTML inside of$html.

dom = new DOMDocument();

$xpath = new DOMXPath($dom);

$tags = $xpath->query('//div[@id="header"]');

foreach($tags as $tag) {

    var_dump($tag->nodeValue); // the innerHTML of that element
    var_dump($tag); // object(DOMElement)#3 (0) { }


Is there a way to get that node, or remove it?

Basically, I'm parsing an existing website and need to remove elements from it. What method do I call to do that?





Have you checked out DOMNode::removeChild ?

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