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\"".$nav[$i][0]."\""; if($nav[$i][5]){ $subnav = $nav[$i][5]; for($j=0;$j0 || $submatch===0) ){ echo "\"".$subnav[$j][0]."\""; } else { echo "\"".$subnav[$j][0]."\""; } } } } else { echo "\"".$nav[$i][0]."\""; } } } // end do_nav /* FROM http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.strip-tags.php#99643 */ function strip_word_html($text, $allowed_tags = '
') { mb_regex_encoding('UTF-8'); //replace MS special characters first $search = array('/‘/u', '/’/u', '/“/u', '/”/u', '/—/u'); $replace = array('\'', '\'', '"', '"', '-'); $text = preg_replace($search, $replace, $text); //make sure _all_ html entities are converted to the plain ascii equivalents - it appears //in some MS headers, some html entities are encoded and some aren't $text = html_entity_decode($text, ENT_QUOTES, 'UTF-8'); //try to strip out any C style comments first, since these, embedded in html comments, seem to //prevent strip_tags from removing html comments (MS Word introduced combination) if(mb_stripos($text, '/*') !== FALSE){ $text = mb_eregi_replace('#/\*.*?\*/#s', '', $text, 'm'); } //introduce a space into any arithmetic expressions that could be caught by strip_tags so that they won't be //'<1' becomes '< 1'(note: somewhat application specific) $text = preg_replace(array('/<([0-9]+)/'), array('< $1'), $text); $text = strip_tags($text, $allowed_tags); //eliminate extraneous whitespace from start and end of line, or anywhere there are two or more spaces, convert it to one $text = preg_replace(array('/^\s\s+/', '/\s\s+$/', '/\s\s+/u'), array('', '', ' '), $text); //strip out inline css and simplify style tags $search = array('#<(strong|b)[^>]*>(.*?)#isu', '#<(em|i)[^>]*>(.*?)#isu', '#]*>(.*?)
#isu'); $replace = array('$2', '$2', '$1'); $text = preg_replace($search, $replace, $text); //on some of the ?newer MS Word exports, where you get conditionals of the form 'if gte mso 9', etc., it appears //that whatever is in one of the html comments prevents strip_tags from eradicating the html comment that contains //some MS Style Definitions - this last bit gets rid of any leftover comments */ $num_matches = preg_match_all("/\