Parsoid
A bidirectional parser between wikitext and HTML5
Wikimedia\Parsoid\Ext\ImageMap\ImageMap Class Reference

This is an adaptation of the existing ImageMap extension of the legacy parser. More...

+ Inheritance diagram for Wikimedia\Parsoid\Ext\ImageMap\ImageMap:
+ Collaboration diagram for Wikimedia\Parsoid\Ext\ImageMap\ImageMap:

Public Member Functions

 getConfig ()
 Return information about this extension module.FIXME: Add more expected fields or create a class for this FIXME: The 'name' is expected to be the same as the name defined at the top level of extension.json.

Returns
array{name:string}

 
 sourceToDom (ParsoidExtensionAPI $extApi, string $src, array $extArgs)
 Convert an extension tag's content to DOM.
Parameters
ParsoidExtensionAPI$extApi
string$srcExtension tag content
array$extArgsExtension tag arguments The extension tag arguments should be treated as opaque objects and any necessary inspection should be handled through the API.
Returns
DocumentFragment|false|null DocumentFragment if returning some parsed content false to fallback to the default handler for the content null to drop the instance completely

 
- Public Member Functions inherited from Wikimedia\Parsoid\Ext\ExtensionTagHandler
 lintHandler (ParsoidExtensionAPI $extApi, Element $rootNode, callable $defaultHandler)
 Lint handler for this extension. More...
 
 domToWikitext (ParsoidExtensionAPI $extApi, Element $node, bool $wrapperUnmodified)
 Serialize a DOM node created by this extension to wikitext. More...
 
 modifyArgDict (ParsoidExtensionAPI $extApi, object $argDict)
 Some extensions require the ability to modify the argument dictionary. More...
 
 diffHandler (ParsoidExtensionAPI $extApi, callable $domDiff, Element $origNode, Element $editedNode)
 XXX: Experimental. More...
 

Detailed Description

This is an adaptation of the existing ImageMap extension of the legacy parser.

Syntax: <imagemap> Image:Foo.jpg | 100px | picture of a foo

rect 0 0 50 50 [[Foo type A]] circle 50 50 20 [[Foo type B]]

desc bottom-left </imagemap>

Coordinates are relative to the source image, not the thumbnail.


The documentation for this class was generated from the following file: