function _bootstrap_is_simple_string

8 deprecated.php _bootstrap_is_simple_string($string, $length = 250, $allowed_tags = NULL, &$html = FALSE)
7 common.inc _bootstrap_is_simple_string($string, $length = 250, $allowed_tags = NULL, &$html = FALSE)

Determines if a string of text is considered "simple".

  // Before.
  $simple = _bootstrap_is_simple_string($string, $length, $allowed_tags, $html);

  // After.
  use Drupal\bootstrap\Utility\Unicode;
  $simple = Unicode::isSimple($string, $length, $allowed_tags, $html);

Parameters

string $string: The string of text to check "simple" criteria on.

int|FALSE $length: The length of characters used to determine whether or not $string is considered "simple". Set explicitly to FALSE to disable this criteria.

array|FALSE $allowed_tags: An array of allowed tag elements. Set explicitly to FALSE to disable this criteria.

bool $html: A variable, passed by reference, that indicates whether or not the string contains HTML.

Return value

bool Returns TRUE if the $string is considered "simple", FALSE otherwise.

Deprecated

Will be removed in a future release.

Source ./deprecated.php (line 541)

function _bootstrap_is_simple_string($string, $length = 250, $allowed_tags = NULL, &$html = FALSE) {
  Bootstrap::deprecated();
  return Unicode::isSimple($string, $length, $allowed_tags, $html);
}