Uses of Class
org.jsoup.safety.Safelist

Packages that use Safelist
Package
Description
Contains the main Jsoup class, which provides convenient static access to the jsoup functionality.
Contains the jsoup HTML cleaner, and safelist definitions.
  • Uses of Safelist in org.jsoup

    Methods in org.jsoup with parameters of type Safelist
    Modifier and Type
    Method
    Description
    static String
    Jsoup.clean(String bodyHtml, String baseUri, Safelist safelist)
    Get safe HTML from untrusted input HTML, by parsing input HTML and filtering it through an allow-list of safe tags and attributes.
    static String
    Jsoup.clean(String bodyHtml, String baseUri, Safelist safelist, Document.OutputSettings outputSettings)
    Get safe HTML from untrusted input HTML, by parsing input HTML and filtering it through a safe-list of permitted tags and attributes.
    static String
    Jsoup.clean(String bodyHtml, Safelist safelist)
    Get safe HTML from untrusted input HTML, by parsing input HTML and filtering it through a safe-list of permitted tags and attributes.
    static boolean
    Jsoup.isValid(String bodyHtml, Safelist safelist)
    Test if the input body HTML has only tags and attributes allowed by the Safelist.
  • Uses of Safelist in org.jsoup.safety

    Methods in org.jsoup.safety that return Safelist
    Modifier and Type
    Method
    Description
    Safelist.addAttributes(String tag, String... attributes)
    Add a list of allowed attributes to a tag.
    Safelist.addEnforcedAttribute(String tag, String attribute, String value)
    Add an enforced attribute to a tag.
    Safelist.addProtocols(String tag, String attribute, String... protocols)
    Add allowed URL protocols for an element's URL attribute.
    Safelist.addTags(String... tags)
    Add a list of allowed elements to a safelist.
    static Safelist
    Safelist.basic()
    This safelist allows a fuller range of text nodes: a, b, blockquote, br, cite, code, dd, dl, dt, em, i, li, ol, p, pre, q, small, span, strike, strong, sub, sup, u, ul, and appropriate attributes.
    static Safelist
    Safelist.basicWithImages()
    This safelist allows the same text tags as basic(), and also allows img tags, with appropriate attributes, with src pointing to http or https.
    static Safelist
    Safelist.none()
    This safelist allows only text nodes: all HTML will be stripped.
    Safelist.preserveRelativeLinks(boolean preserve)
    Configure this Safelist to preserve relative links in an element's URL attribute, or convert them to absolute links.
    static Safelist
    Safelist.relaxed()
    This safelist allows a full range of text and structural body HTML: a, b, blockquote, br, caption, cite, code, col, colgroup, dd, div, dl, dt, em, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, i, img, li, ol, p, pre, q, small, span, strike, strong, sub, sup, table, tbody, td, tfoot, th, thead, tr, u, ul
    Safelist.removeAttributes(String tag, String... attributes)
    Remove a list of allowed attributes from a tag.
    Safelist.removeEnforcedAttribute(String tag, String attribute)
    Remove a previously configured enforced attribute from a tag.
    Safelist.removeProtocols(String tag, String attribute, String... removeProtocols)
    Remove allowed URL protocols for an element's URL attribute.
    Safelist.removeTags(String... tags)
    Remove a list of allowed elements from a safelist.
    static Safelist
    Safelist.simpleText()
    This safelist allows only simple text formatting: b, em, i, strong, u.
    Constructors in org.jsoup.safety with parameters of type Safelist
    Modifier
    Constructor
    Description
     
    Cleaner(Safelist safelist)
    Create a new cleaner, that sanitizes documents using the supplied safelist.
     
    Deep copy an existing Safelist to a new Safelist.