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<?php
/**
* @link http://www.yiiframework.com/
* @copyright Copyright (c) 2008 Yii Software LLC
* @license http://www.yiiframework.com/license/
*/
namespace yii\helpers;
use Yii;
use yii\base\InvalidArgumentException;
use yii\base\Model;
use yii\db\ActiveRecordInterface;
use yii\validators\StringValidator;
use yii\web\Request;
/**
* BaseHtml provides concrete implementation for [[Html]].
*
* Do not use BaseHtml. Use [[Html]] instead.
*
* @author Qiang Xue <qiang.xue@gmail.com>
* @since 2.0
*/
class BaseHtml
{
/**
* @var string Regular expression used for attribute name validation.
* @since 2.0.12
*/
public static $attributeRegex = '/(^|.*\])([\w\.\+]+)(\[.*|$)/u';
/**
* @var array list of void elements (element name => 1)
* @see http://www.w3.org/TR/html-markup/syntax.html#void-element
*/
public static $voidElements = [
'area' => 1,
'base' => 1,
'br' => 1,
'col' => 1,
'command' => 1,
'embed' => 1,
'hr' => 1,
'img' => 1,
'input' => 1,
'keygen' => 1,
'link' => 1,
'meta' => 1,
'param' => 1,
'source' => 1,
'track' => 1,
'wbr' => 1,
];
/**
* @var array the preferred order of attributes in a tag. This mainly affects the order of the attributes
* that are rendered by [[renderTagAttributes()]].
*/
public static $attributeOrder = [
'type',
'id',
'class',
'name',
'value',
'href',
'src',
'srcset',
'form',
'action',
'method',
'selected',
'checked',
'readonly',
'disabled',
'multiple',
'size',
'maxlength',
'width',
'height',
'rows',
'cols',
'alt',
'title',
'rel',
'media',
];
/**
* @var array list of tag attributes that should be specially handled when their values are of array type.
* In particular, if the value of the `data` attribute is `['name' => 'xyz', 'age' => 13]`, two attributes
* will be generated instead of one: `data-name="xyz" data-age="13"`.
* @since 2.0.3
*/
public static $dataAttributes = ['data', 'data-ng', 'ng'];
/**
* Encodes special characters into HTML entities.
* The [[\yii\base\Application::charset|application charset]] will be used for encoding.
* @param string $content the content to be encoded
* @param bool $doubleEncode whether to encode HTML entities in `$content`. If false,
* HTML entities in `$content` will not be further encoded.
* @return string the encoded content
* @see decode()
* @see http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.htmlspecialchars.php
*/
public static function encode($content, $doubleEncode = true)
{
return htmlspecialchars($content, ENT_QUOTES | ENT_SUBSTITUTE, Yii::$app ? Yii::$app->charset : 'UTF-8', $doubleEncode);
}
/**
* Decodes special HTML entities back to the corresponding characters.
* This is the opposite of [[encode()]].
* @param string $content the content to be decoded
* @return string the decoded content
* @see encode()
* @see http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.htmlspecialchars-decode.php
*/
public static function decode($content)
{
return htmlspecialchars_decode($content, ENT_QUOTES);
}
/**
* Generates a complete HTML tag.
* @param string|bool|null $name the tag name. If $name is `null` or `false`, the corresponding content will be rendered without any tag.
* @param string $content the content to be enclosed between the start and end tags. It will not be HTML-encoded.
* If this is coming from end users, you should consider [[encode()]] it to prevent XSS attacks.
* @param array $options the HTML tag attributes (HTML options) in terms of name-value pairs.
* These will be rendered as the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
*
* For example when using `['class' => 'my-class', 'target' => '_blank', 'value' => null]` it will result in the
* html attributes rendered like this: `class="my-class" target="_blank"`.
*
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated HTML tag
* @see beginTag()
* @see endTag()
*/
public static function tag($name, $content = '', $options = [])
{
if ($name === null || $name === false) {
return $content;
}
$html = "<$name" . static::renderTagAttributes($options) . '>';
return isset(static::$voidElements[strtolower($name)]) ? $html : "$html$content</$name>";
}
/**
* Generates a start tag.
* @param string|bool|null $name the tag name. If $name is `null` or `false`, the corresponding content will be rendered without any tag.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated start tag
* @see endTag()
* @see tag()
*/
public static function beginTag($name, $options = [])
{
if ($name === null || $name === false) {
return '';
}
return "<$name" . static::renderTagAttributes($options) . '>';
}
/**
* Generates an end tag.
* @param string|bool|null $name the tag name. If $name is `null` or `false`, the corresponding content will be rendered without any tag.
* @return string the generated end tag
* @see beginTag()
* @see tag()
*/
public static function endTag($name)
{
if ($name === null || $name === false) {
return '';
}
return "</$name>";
}
/**
* Generates a style tag.
* @param string $content the style content
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated style tag
*/
public static function style($content, $options = [])
{
return static::tag('style', $content, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a script tag.
* @param string $content the script content
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated script tag
*/
public static function script($content, $options = [])
{
return static::tag('script', $content, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a link tag that refers to an external CSS file.
* @param array|string $url the URL of the external CSS file. This parameter will be processed by [[Url::to()]].
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. The following options are specially handled:
*
* - condition: specifies the conditional comments for IE, e.g., `lt IE 9`. When this is specified,
* the generated `link` tag will be enclosed within the conditional comments. This is mainly useful
* for supporting old versions of IE browsers.
* - noscript: if set to true, `link` tag will be wrapped into `<noscript>` tags.
*
* The rest of the options will be rendered as the attributes of the resulting link tag. The values will
* be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]]. If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated link tag
* @see Url::to()
*/
public static function cssFile($url, $options = [])
{
if (!isset($options['rel'])) {
$options['rel'] = 'stylesheet';
}
$options['href'] = Url::to($url);
if (isset($options['condition'])) {
$condition = $options['condition'];
unset($options['condition']);
return self::wrapIntoCondition(static::tag('link', '', $options), $condition);
} elseif (isset($options['noscript']) && $options['noscript'] === true) {
unset($options['noscript']);
return '<noscript>' . static::tag('link', '', $options) . '</noscript>';
}
return static::tag('link', '', $options);
}
/**
* Generates a script tag that refers to an external JavaScript file.
* @param string $url the URL of the external JavaScript file. This parameter will be processed by [[Url::to()]].
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. The following option is specially handled:
*
* - condition: specifies the conditional comments for IE, e.g., `lt IE 9`. When this is specified,
* the generated `script` tag will be enclosed within the conditional comments. This is mainly useful
* for supporting old versions of IE browsers.
*
* The rest of the options will be rendered as the attributes of the resulting script tag. The values will
* be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]]. If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated script tag
* @see Url::to()
*/
public static function jsFile($url, $options = [])
{
$options['src'] = Url::to($url);
if (isset($options['condition'])) {
$condition = $options['condition'];
unset($options['condition']);
return self::wrapIntoCondition(static::tag('script', '', $options), $condition);
}
return static::tag('script', '', $options);
}
/**
* Wraps given content into conditional comments for IE, e.g., `lt IE 9`.
* @param string $content raw HTML content.
* @param string $condition condition string.
* @return string generated HTML.
*/
private static function wrapIntoCondition($content, $condition)
{
if (strpos($condition, '!IE') !== false) {
return "<!--[if $condition]><!-->\n" . $content . "\n<!--<![endif]-->";
}
return "<!--[if $condition]>\n" . $content . "\n<![endif]-->";
}
/**
* Generates the meta tags containing CSRF token information.
* @return string the generated meta tags
* @see Request::enableCsrfValidation
*/
public static function csrfMetaTags()
{
$request = Yii::$app->getRequest();
if ($request instanceof Request && $request->enableCsrfValidation) {
return static::tag('meta', '', ['name' => 'csrf-param', 'content' => $request->csrfParam]) . "\n "
. static::tag('meta', '', ['name' => 'csrf-token', 'content' => $request->getCsrfToken()]) . "\n";
}
return '';
}
/**
* Generates a form start tag.
* @param array|string $action the form action URL. This parameter will be processed by [[Url::to()]].
* @param string $method the form submission method, such as "post", "get", "put", "delete" (case-insensitive).
* Since most browsers only support "post" and "get", if other methods are given, they will
* be simulated using "post", and a hidden input will be added which contains the actual method type.
* See [[\yii\web\Request::methodParam]] for more details.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* Special options:
*
* - `csrf`: whether to generate the CSRF hidden input. Defaults to true.
*
* @return string the generated form start tag.
* @see endForm()
*/
public static function beginForm($action = '', $method = 'post', $options = [])
{
$action = Url::to($action);
$hiddenInputs = [];
$request = Yii::$app->getRequest();
if ($request instanceof Request) {
if (strcasecmp($method, 'get') && strcasecmp($method, 'post')) {
// simulate PUT, DELETE, etc. via POST
$hiddenInputs[] = static::hiddenInput($request->methodParam, $method);
$method = 'post';
}
$csrf = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'csrf', true);
if ($csrf && $request->enableCsrfValidation && strcasecmp($method, 'post') === 0) {
$hiddenInputs[] = static::hiddenInput($request->csrfParam, $request->getCsrfToken());
}
}
if (!strcasecmp($method, 'get') && ($pos = strpos($action, '?')) !== false) {
// query parameters in the action are ignored for GET method
// we use hidden fields to add them back
foreach (explode('&', substr($action, $pos + 1)) as $pair) {
if (($pos1 = strpos($pair, '=')) !== false) {
$hiddenInputs[] = static::hiddenInput(
urldecode(substr($pair, 0, $pos1)),
urldecode(substr($pair, $pos1 + 1))
);
} else {
$hiddenInputs[] = static::hiddenInput(urldecode($pair), '');
}
}
$action = substr($action, 0, $pos);
}
$options['action'] = $action;
$options['method'] = $method;
$form = static::beginTag('form', $options);
if (!empty($hiddenInputs)) {
$form .= "\n" . implode("\n", $hiddenInputs);
}
return $form;
}
/**
* Generates a form end tag.
* @return string the generated tag
* @see beginForm()
*/
public static function endForm()
{
return '</form>';
}
/**
* Generates a hyperlink tag.
* @param string $text link body. It will NOT be HTML-encoded. Therefore you can pass in HTML code
* such as an image tag. If this is coming from end users, you should consider [[encode()]]
* it to prevent XSS attacks.
* @param array|string|null $url the URL for the hyperlink tag. This parameter will be processed by [[Url::to()]]
* and will be used for the "href" attribute of the tag. If this parameter is null, the "href" attribute
* will not be generated.
*
* If you want to use an absolute url you can call [[Url::to()]] yourself, before passing the URL to this method,
* like this:
*
* ```php
* Html::a('link text', Url::to($url, true))
* ```
*
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated hyperlink
* @see \yii\helpers\Url::to()
*/
public static function a($text, $url = null, $options = [])
{
if ($url !== null) {
$options['href'] = Url::to($url);
}
return static::tag('a', $text, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a mailto hyperlink.
* @param string $text link body. It will NOT be HTML-encoded. Therefore you can pass in HTML code
* such as an image tag. If this is coming from end users, you should consider [[encode()]]
* it to prevent XSS attacks.
* @param string $email email address. If this is null, the first parameter (link body) will be treated
* as the email address and used.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated mailto link
*/
public static function mailto($text, $email = null, $options = [])
{
$options['href'] = 'mailto:' . ($email === null ? $text : $email);
return static::tag('a', $text, $options);
}
/**
* Generates an image tag.
* @param array|string $src the image URL. This parameter will be processed by [[Url::to()]].
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* Since version 2.0.12 It is possible to pass the `srcset` option as an array which keys are
* descriptors and values are URLs. All URLs will be processed by [[Url::to()]].
* @return string the generated image tag.
*/
public static function img($src, $options = [])
{
$options['src'] = Url::to($src);
if (isset($options['srcset']) && is_array($options['srcset'])) {
$srcset = [];
foreach ($options['srcset'] as $descriptor => $url) {
$srcset[] = Url::to($url) . ' ' . $descriptor;
}
$options['srcset'] = implode(',', $srcset);
}
if (!isset($options['alt'])) {
$options['alt'] = '';
}
return static::tag('img', '', $options);
}
/**
* Generates a label tag.
* @param string $content label text. It will NOT be HTML-encoded. Therefore you can pass in HTML code
* such as an image tag. If this is is coming from end users, you should [[encode()]]
* it to prevent XSS attacks.
* @param string $for the ID of the HTML element that this label is associated with.
* If this is null, the "for" attribute will not be generated.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated label tag
*/
public static function label($content, $for = null, $options = [])
{
$options['for'] = $for;
return static::tag('label', $content, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a button tag.
* @param string $content the content enclosed within the button tag. It will NOT be HTML-encoded.
* Therefore you can pass in HTML code such as an image tag. If this is is coming from end users,
* you should consider [[encode()]] it to prevent XSS attacks.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated button tag
*/
public static function button($content = 'Button', $options = [])
{
if (!isset($options['type'])) {
$options['type'] = 'button';
}
return static::tag('button', $content, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a submit button tag.
*
* Be careful when naming form elements such as submit buttons. According to the [jQuery documentation](https://api.jquery.com/submit/) there
* are some reserved names that can cause conflicts, e.g. `submit`, `length`, or `method`.
*
* @param string $content the content enclosed within the button tag. It will NOT be HTML-encoded.
* Therefore you can pass in HTML code such as an image tag. If this is is coming from end users,
* you should consider [[encode()]] it to prevent XSS attacks.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated submit button tag
*/
public static function submitButton($content = 'Submit', $options = [])
{
$options['type'] = 'submit';
return static::button($content, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a reset button tag.
* @param string $content the content enclosed within the button tag. It will NOT be HTML-encoded.
* Therefore you can pass in HTML code such as an image tag. If this is is coming from end users,
* you should consider [[encode()]] it to prevent XSS attacks.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated reset button tag
*/
public static function resetButton($content = 'Reset', $options = [])
{
$options['type'] = 'reset';
return static::button($content, $options);
}
/**
* Generates an input type of the given type.
* @param string $type the type attribute.
* @param string $name the name attribute. If it is null, the name attribute will not be generated.
* @param string $value the value attribute. If it is null, the value attribute will not be generated.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated input tag
*/
public static function input($type, $name = null, $value = null, $options = [])
{
if (!isset($options['type'])) {
$options['type'] = $type;
}
$options['name'] = $name;
$options['value'] = $value === null ? null : (string) $value;
return static::tag('input', '', $options);
}
/**
* Generates an input button.
* @param string $label the value attribute. If it is null, the value attribute will not be generated.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated button tag
*/
public static function buttonInput($label = 'Button', $options = [])
{
$options['type'] = 'button';
$options['value'] = $label;
return static::tag('input', '', $options);
}
/**
* Generates a submit input button.
*
* Be careful when naming form elements such as submit buttons. According to the [jQuery documentation](https://api.jquery.com/submit/) there
* are some reserved names that can cause conflicts, e.g. `submit`, `length`, or `method`.
*
* @param string $label the value attribute. If it is null, the value attribute will not be generated.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated button tag
*/
public static function submitInput($label = 'Submit', $options = [])
{
$options['type'] = 'submit';
$options['value'] = $label;
return static::tag('input', '', $options);
}
/**
* Generates a reset input button.
* @param string $label the value attribute. If it is null, the value attribute will not be generated.
* @param array $options the attributes of the button tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* Attributes whose value is null will be ignored and not put in the tag returned.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated button tag
*/
public static function resetInput($label = 'Reset', $options = [])
{
$options['type'] = 'reset';
$options['value'] = $label;
return static::tag('input', '', $options);
}
/**
* Generates a text input field.
* @param string $name the name attribute.
* @param string $value the value attribute. If it is null, the value attribute will not be generated.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated text input tag
*/
public static function textInput($name, $value = null, $options = [])
{
return static::input('text', $name, $value, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a hidden input field.
* @param string $name the name attribute.
* @param string $value the value attribute. If it is null, the value attribute will not be generated.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated hidden input tag
*/
public static function hiddenInput($name, $value = null, $options = [])
{
return static::input('hidden', $name, $value, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a password input field.
* @param string $name the name attribute.
* @param string $value the value attribute. If it is null, the value attribute will not be generated.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated password input tag
*/
public static function passwordInput($name, $value = null, $options = [])
{
return static::input('password', $name, $value, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a file input field.
* To use a file input field, you should set the enclosing form's "enctype" attribute to
* be "multipart/form-data". After the form is submitted, the uploaded file information
* can be obtained via $_FILES[$name] (see PHP documentation).
* @param string $name the name attribute.
* @param string $value the value attribute. If it is null, the value attribute will not be generated.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated file input tag
*/
public static function fileInput($name, $value = null, $options = [])
{
return static::input('file', $name, $value, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a text area input.
* @param string $name the input name
* @param string $value the input value. Note that it will be encoded using [[encode()]].
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* The following special options are recognized:
*
* - `doubleEncode`: whether to double encode HTML entities in `$value`. If `false`, HTML entities in `$value` will not
* be further encoded. This option is available since version 2.0.11.
*
* @return string the generated text area tag
*/
public static function textarea($name, $value = '', $options = [])
{
$options['name'] = $name;
$doubleEncode = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'doubleEncode', true);
return static::tag('textarea', static::encode($value, $doubleEncode), $options);
}
/**
* Generates a radio button input.
* @param string $name the name attribute.
* @param bool $checked whether the radio button should be checked.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs.
* See [[booleanInput()]] for details about accepted attributes.
*
* @return string the generated radio button tag
*/
public static function radio($name, $checked = false, $options = [])
{
return static::booleanInput('radio', $name, $checked, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a checkbox input.
* @param string $name the name attribute.
* @param bool $checked whether the checkbox should be checked.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs.
* See [[booleanInput()]] for details about accepted attributes.
*
* @return string the generated checkbox tag
*/
public static function checkbox($name, $checked = false, $options = [])
{
return static::booleanInput('checkbox', $name, $checked, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a boolean input.
* @param string $type the input type. This can be either `radio` or `checkbox`.
* @param string $name the name attribute.
* @param bool $checked whether the checkbox should be checked.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. The following options are specially handled:
*
* - uncheck: string, the value associated with the uncheck state of the checkbox. When this attribute
* is present, a hidden input will be generated so that if the checkbox is not checked and is submitted,
* the value of this attribute will still be submitted to the server via the hidden input.
* - label: string, a label displayed next to the checkbox. It will NOT be HTML-encoded. Therefore you can pass
* in HTML code such as an image tag. If this is is coming from end users, you should [[encode()]] it to prevent XSS attacks.
* When this option is specified, the checkbox will be enclosed by a label tag.
* - labelOptions: array, the HTML attributes for the label tag. Do not set this option unless you set the "label" option.
*
* The rest of the options will be rendered as the attributes of the resulting checkbox tag. The values will
* be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]]. If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated checkbox tag
* @since 2.0.9
*/
protected static function booleanInput($type, $name, $checked = false, $options = [])
{
// 'checked' option has priority over $checked argument
if (!isset($options['checked'])) {
$options['checked'] = (bool) $checked;
}
$value = array_key_exists('value', $options) ? $options['value'] : '1';
if (isset($options['uncheck'])) {
// add a hidden field so that if the checkbox is not selected, it still submits a value
$hiddenOptions = [];
if (isset($options['form'])) {
$hiddenOptions['form'] = $options['form'];
}
// make sure disabled input is not sending any value
if (!empty($options['disabled'])) {
$hiddenOptions['disabled'] = $options['disabled'];
}
$hidden = static::hiddenInput($name, $options['uncheck'], $hiddenOptions);
unset($options['uncheck']);
} else {
$hidden = '';
}
if (isset($options['label'])) {
$label = $options['label'];
$labelOptions = isset($options['labelOptions']) ? $options['labelOptions'] : [];
unset($options['label'], $options['labelOptions']);
$content = static::label(static::input($type, $name, $value, $options) . ' ' . $label, null, $labelOptions);
return $hidden . $content;
}
return $hidden . static::input($type, $name, $value, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a drop-down list.
* @param string $name the input name
* @param string|array|null $selection the selected value(s). String for single or array for multiple selection(s).
* @param array $items the option data items. The array keys are option values, and the array values
* are the corresponding option labels. The array can also be nested (i.e. some array values are arrays too).
* For each sub-array, an option group will be generated whose label is the key associated with the sub-array.
* If you have a list of data models, you may convert them into the format described above using
* [[\yii\helpers\ArrayHelper::map()]].
*
* Note, the values and labels will be automatically HTML-encoded by this method, and the blank spaces in
* the labels will also be HTML-encoded.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. The following options are specially handled:
*
* - prompt: string, a prompt text to be displayed as the first option. Since version 2.0.11 you can use an array
* to override the value and to set other tag attributes:
*
* ```php
* ['text' => 'Please select', 'options' => ['value' => 'none', 'class' => 'prompt', 'label' => 'Select']],
* ```
*
* - options: array, the attributes for the select option tags. The array keys must be valid option values,
* and the array values are the extra attributes for the corresponding option tags. For example,
*
* ```php
* [
* 'value1' => ['disabled' => true],
* 'value2' => ['label' => 'value 2'],
* ];
* ```
*
* - groups: array, the attributes for the optgroup tags. The structure of this is similar to that of 'options',
* except that the array keys represent the optgroup labels specified in $items.
* - encodeSpaces: bool, whether to encode spaces in option prompt and option value with `&nbsp;` character.
* Defaults to false.
* - encode: bool, whether to encode option prompt and option value characters.
* Defaults to `true`. This option is available since 2.0.3.
*
* The rest of the options will be rendered as the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will
* be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]]. If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated drop-down list tag
*/
public static function dropDownList($name, $selection = null, $items = [], $options = [])
{
if (!empty($options['multiple'])) {
return static::listBox($name, $selection, $items, $options);
}
$options['name'] = $name;
unset($options['unselect']);
$selectOptions = static::renderSelectOptions($selection, $items, $options);
return static::tag('select', "\n" . $selectOptions . "\n", $options);
}
/**
* Generates a list box.
* @param string $name the input name
* @param string|array|null $selection the selected value(s). String for single or array for multiple selection(s).
* @param array $items the option data items. The array keys are option values, and the array values
* are the corresponding option labels. The array can also be nested (i.e. some array values are arrays too).
* For each sub-array, an option group will be generated whose label is the key associated with the sub-array.
* If you have a list of data models, you may convert them into the format described above using
* [[\yii\helpers\ArrayHelper::map()]].
*
* Note, the values and labels will be automatically HTML-encoded by this method, and the blank spaces in
* the labels will also be HTML-encoded.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. The following options are specially handled:
*
* - prompt: string, a prompt text to be displayed as the first option. Since version 2.0.11 you can use an array
* to override the value and to set other tag attributes:
*
* ```php
* ['text' => 'Please select', 'options' => ['value' => 'none', 'class' => 'prompt', 'label' => 'Select']],
* ```
*
* - options: array, the attributes for the select option tags. The array keys must be valid option values,
* and the array values are the extra attributes for the corresponding option tags. For example,
*
* ```php
* [
* 'value1' => ['disabled' => true],
* 'value2' => ['label' => 'value 2'],
* ];
* ```
*
* - groups: array, the attributes for the optgroup tags. The structure of this is similar to that of 'options',
* except that the array keys represent the optgroup labels specified in $items.
* - unselect: string, the value that will be submitted when no option is selected.
* When this attribute is set, a hidden field will be generated so that if no option is selected in multiple
* mode, we can still obtain the posted unselect value.
* - encodeSpaces: bool, whether to encode spaces in option prompt and option value with `&nbsp;` character.
* Defaults to false.
* - encode: bool, whether to encode option prompt and option value characters.
* Defaults to `true`. This option is available since 2.0.3.
*
* The rest of the options will be rendered as the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will
* be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]]. If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated list box tag
*/
public static function listBox($name, $selection = null, $items = [], $options = [])
{
if (!array_key_exists('size', $options)) {
$options['size'] = 4;
}
if (!empty($options['multiple']) && !empty($name) && substr_compare($name, '[]', -2, 2)) {
$name .= '[]';
}
$options['name'] = $name;
if (isset($options['unselect'])) {
// add a hidden field so that if the list box has no option being selected, it still submits a value
if (!empty($name) && substr_compare($name, '[]', -2, 2) === 0) {
$name = substr($name, 0, -2);
}
$hiddenOptions = [];
// make sure disabled input is not sending any value
if (!empty($options['disabled'])) {
$hiddenOptions['disabled'] = $options['disabled'];
}
$hidden = static::hiddenInput($name, $options['unselect'], $hiddenOptions);
unset($options['unselect']);
} else {
$hidden = '';
}
$selectOptions = static::renderSelectOptions($selection, $items, $options);
return $hidden . static::tag('select', "\n" . $selectOptions . "\n", $options);
}
/**
* Generates a list of checkboxes.
* A checkbox list allows multiple selection, like [[listBox()]].
* As a result, the corresponding submitted value is an array.
* @param string $name the name attribute of each checkbox.
* @param string|array|null $selection the selected value(s). String for single or array for multiple selection(s).
* @param array $items the data item used to generate the checkboxes.
* The array keys are the checkbox values, while the array values are the corresponding labels.
* @param array $options options (name => config) for the checkbox list container tag.
* The following options are specially handled:
*
* - tag: string|false, the tag name of the container element. False to render checkbox without container.
* See also [[tag()]].
* - unselect: string, the value that should be submitted when none of the checkboxes is selected.
* By setting this option, a hidden input will be generated.
* - disabled: boolean, whether the generated by unselect option hidden input should be disabled. Defaults to false.
* - encode: boolean, whether to HTML-encode the checkbox labels. Defaults to true.
* This option is ignored if `item` option is set.
* - separator: string, the HTML code that separates items.
* - itemOptions: array, the options for generating the checkbox tag using [[checkbox()]].
* - item: callable, a callback that can be used to customize the generation of the HTML code
* corresponding to a single item in $items. The signature of this callback must be:
*
* ```php
* function ($index, $label, $name, $checked, $value)
* ```
*
* where $index is the zero-based index of the checkbox in the whole list; $label
* is the label for the checkbox; and $name, $value and $checked represent the name,
* value and the checked status of the checkbox input, respectively.
*
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated checkbox list
*/
public static function checkboxList($name, $selection = null, $items = [], $options = [])
{
if (substr($name, -2) !== '[]') {
$name .= '[]';
}
if (ArrayHelper::isTraversable($selection)) {
$selection = array_map('strval', (array)$selection);
}
$formatter = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'item');
$itemOptions = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'itemOptions', []);
$encode = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'encode', true);
$separator = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'separator', "\n");
$tag = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'tag', 'div');
$lines = [];
$index = 0;
foreach ($items as $value => $label) {
$checked = $selection !== null &&
(!ArrayHelper::isTraversable($selection) && !strcmp($value, $selection)
|| ArrayHelper::isTraversable($selection) && ArrayHelper::isIn((string)$value, $selection));
if ($formatter !== null) {
$lines[] = call_user_func($formatter, $index, $label, $name, $checked, $value);
} else {
$lines[] = static::checkbox($name, $checked, array_merge([
'value' => $value,
'label' => $encode ? static::encode($label) : $label,
], $itemOptions));
}
$index++;
}
if (isset($options['unselect'])) {
// add a hidden field so that if the list box has no option being selected, it still submits a value
$name2 = substr($name, -2) === '[]' ? substr($name, 0, -2) : $name;
$hiddenOptions = [];
// make sure disabled input is not sending any value
if (!empty($options['disabled'])) {
$hiddenOptions['disabled'] = $options['disabled'];
}
$hidden = static::hiddenInput($name2, $options['unselect'], $hiddenOptions);
unset($options['unselect'], $options['disabled']);
} else {
$hidden = '';
}
$visibleContent = implode($separator, $lines);
if ($tag === false) {
return $hidden . $visibleContent;
}
return $hidden . static::tag($tag, $visibleContent, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a list of radio buttons.
* A radio button list is like a checkbox list, except that it only allows single selection.
* @param string $name the name attribute of each radio button.
* @param string|array|null $selection the selected value(s). String for single or array for multiple selection(s).
* @param array $items the data item used to generate the radio buttons.
* The array keys are the radio button values, while the array values are the corresponding labels.
* @param array $options options (name => config) for the radio button list container tag.
* The following options are specially handled:
*
* - tag: string|false, the tag name of the container element. False to render radio buttons without container.
* See also [[tag()]].
* - unselect: string, the value that should be submitted when none of the radio buttons is selected.
* By setting this option, a hidden input will be generated.
* - disabled: boolean, whether the generated by unselect option hidden input should be disabled. Defaults to false.
* - encode: boolean, whether to HTML-encode the checkbox labels. Defaults to true.
* This option is ignored if `item` option is set.
* - separator: string, the HTML code that separates items.
* - itemOptions: array, the options for generating the radio button tag using [[radio()]].
* - item: callable, a callback that can be used to customize the generation of the HTML code
* corresponding to a single item in $items. The signature of this callback must be:
*
* ```php
* function ($index, $label, $name, $checked, $value)
* ```
*
* where $index is the zero-based index of the radio button in the whole list; $label
* is the label for the radio button; and $name, $value and $checked represent the name,
* value and the checked status of the radio button input, respectively.
*
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated radio button list
*/
public static function radioList($name, $selection = null, $items = [], $options = [])
{
if (ArrayHelper::isTraversable($selection)) {
$selection = array_map('strval', (array)$selection);
}
$formatter = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'item');
$itemOptions = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'itemOptions', []);
$encode = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'encode', true);
$separator = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'separator', "\n");
$tag = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'tag', 'div');
$hidden = '';
if (isset($options['unselect'])) {
// add a hidden field so that if the list box has no option being selected, it still submits a value
$hiddenOptions = [];
// make sure disabled input is not sending any value
if (!empty($options['disabled'])) {
$hiddenOptions['disabled'] = $options['disabled'];
}
$hidden = static::hiddenInput($name, $options['unselect'], $hiddenOptions);
unset($options['unselect'], $options['disabled']);
}
$lines = [];
$index = 0;
foreach ($items as $value => $label) {
$checked = $selection !== null &&
(!ArrayHelper::isTraversable($selection) && !strcmp($value, $selection)
|| ArrayHelper::isTraversable($selection) && ArrayHelper::isIn((string)$value, $selection));
if ($formatter !== null) {
$lines[] = call_user_func($formatter, $index, $label, $name, $checked, $value);
} else {
$lines[] = static::radio($name, $checked, array_merge([
'value' => $value,
'label' => $encode ? static::encode($label) : $label,
], $itemOptions));
}
$index++;
}
$visibleContent = implode($separator, $lines);
if ($tag === false) {
return $hidden . $visibleContent;
}
return $hidden . static::tag($tag, $visibleContent, $options);
}
/**
* Generates an unordered list.
* @param array|\Traversable $items the items for generating the list. Each item generates a single list item.
* Note that items will be automatically HTML encoded if `$options['encode']` is not set or true.
* @param array $options options (name => config) for the radio button list. The following options are supported:
*
* - encode: boolean, whether to HTML-encode the items. Defaults to true.
* This option is ignored if the `item` option is specified.
* - separator: string, the HTML code that separates items. Defaults to a simple newline (`"\n"`).
* This option is available since version 2.0.7.
* - itemOptions: array, the HTML attributes for the `li` tags. This option is ignored if the `item` option is specified.
* - item: callable, a callback that is used to generate each individual list item.
* The signature of this callback must be:
*
* ```php
* function ($item, $index)
* ```
*
* where $index is the array key corresponding to `$item` in `$items`. The callback should return
* the whole list item tag.
*
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated unordered list. An empty list tag will be returned if `$items` is empty.
*/
public static function ul($items, $options = [])
{
$tag = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'tag', 'ul');
$encode = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'encode', true);
$formatter = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'item');
$separator = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'separator', "\n");
$itemOptions = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'itemOptions', []);
if (empty($items)) {
return static::tag($tag, '', $options);
}
$results = [];
foreach ($items as $index => $item) {
if ($formatter !== null) {
$results[] = call_user_func($formatter, $item, $index);
} else {
$results[] = static::tag('li', $encode ? static::encode($item) : $item, $itemOptions);
}
}
return static::tag(
$tag,
$separator . implode($separator, $results) . $separator,
$options
);
}
/**
* Generates an ordered list.
* @param array|\Traversable $items the items for generating the list. Each item generates a single list item.
* Note that items will be automatically HTML encoded if `$options['encode']` is not set or true.
* @param array $options options (name => config) for the radio button list. The following options are supported:
*
* - encode: boolean, whether to HTML-encode the items. Defaults to true.
* This option is ignored if the `item` option is specified.
* - itemOptions: array, the HTML attributes for the `li` tags. This option is ignored if the `item` option is specified.
* - item: callable, a callback that is used to generate each individual list item.
* The signature of this callback must be:
*
* ```php
* function ($item, $index)
* ```
*
* where $index is the array key corresponding to `$item` in `$items`. The callback should return
* the whole list item tag.
*
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated ordered list. An empty string is returned if `$items` is empty.
*/
public static function ol($items, $options = [])
{
$options['tag'] = 'ol';
return static::ul($items, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a label tag for the given model attribute.
* The label text is the label associated with the attribute, obtained via [[Model::getAttributeLabel()]].
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* The following options are specially handled:
*
* - label: this specifies the label to be displayed. Note that this will NOT be [[encode()|encoded]].
* If this is not set, [[Model::getAttributeLabel()]] will be called to get the label for display
* (after encoding).
*
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated label tag
*/
public static function activeLabel($model, $attribute, $options = [])
{
$for = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'for', static::getInputId($model, $attribute));
$attribute = static::getAttributeName($attribute);
$label = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'label', static::encode($model->getAttributeLabel($attribute)));
return static::label($label, $for, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a hint tag for the given model attribute.
* The hint text is the hint associated with the attribute, obtained via [[Model::getAttributeHint()]].
* If no hint content can be obtained, method will return an empty string.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* The following options are specially handled:
*
* - hint: this specifies the hint to be displayed. Note that this will NOT be [[encode()|encoded]].
* If this is not set, [[Model::getAttributeHint()]] will be called to get the hint for display
* (without encoding).
*
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated hint tag
* @since 2.0.4
*/
public static function activeHint($model, $attribute, $options = [])
{
$attribute = static::getAttributeName($attribute);
$hint = isset($options['hint']) ? $options['hint'] : $model->getAttributeHint($attribute);
if (empty($hint)) {
return '';
}
$tag = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'tag', 'div');
unset($options['hint']);
return static::tag($tag, $hint, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a summary of the validation errors.
* If there is no validation error, an empty error summary markup will still be generated, but it will be hidden.
* @param Model|Model[] $models the model(s) whose validation errors are to be displayed.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. The following options are specially handled:
*
* - header: string, the header HTML for the error summary. If not set, a default prompt string will be used.
* - footer: string, the footer HTML for the error summary. Defaults to empty string.
* - encode: boolean, if set to false then the error messages won't be encoded. Defaults to `true`.
* - showAllErrors: boolean, if set to true every error message for each attribute will be shown otherwise
* only the first error message for each attribute will be shown. Defaults to `false`.
* Option is available since 2.0.10.
*
* The rest of the options will be rendered as the attributes of the container tag.
*
* @return string the generated error summary
*/
public static function errorSummary($models, $options = [])
{
$header = isset($options['header']) ? $options['header'] : '<p>' . Yii::t('yii', 'Please fix the following errors:') . '</p>';
$footer = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'footer', '');
$encode = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'encode', true);
$showAllErrors = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'showAllErrors', false);
unset($options['header']);
$lines = self::collectErrors($models, $encode, $showAllErrors);
if (empty($lines)) {
// still render the placeholder for client-side validation use
$content = '<ul></ul>';
$options['style'] = isset($options['style']) ? rtrim($options['style'], ';') . '; display:none' : 'display:none';
} else {
$content = '<ul><li>' . implode("</li>\n<li>", $lines) . '</li></ul>';
}
return Html::tag('div', $header . $content . $footer, $options);
}
/**
* Return array of the validation errors
* @param Model|Model[] $models the model(s) whose validation errors are to be displayed.
* @param $encode boolean, if set to false then the error messages won't be encoded.
* @param $showAllErrors boolean, if set to true every error message for each attribute will be shown otherwise
* only the first error message for each attribute will be shown.
* @return array of the validation errors
* @since 2.0.14
*/
private static function collectErrors($models, $encode, $showAllErrors)
{
$lines = [];
if (!is_array($models)) {
$models = [$models];
}
foreach ($models as $model) {
$lines = array_unique(array_merge($lines, $model->getErrorSummary($showAllErrors)));
}
// If there are the same error messages for different attributes, array_unique will leave gaps
// between sequential keys. Applying array_values to reorder array keys.
$lines = array_values($lines);
if ($encode) {
foreach ($lines as &$line) {
$line = Html::encode($line);
}
}
return $lines;
}
/**
* Generates a tag that contains the first validation error of the specified model attribute.
* Note that even if there is no validation error, this method will still return an empty error tag.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. The values will be HTML-encoded
* using [[encode()]]. If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
*
* The following options are specially handled:
*
* - tag: this specifies the tag name. If not set, "div" will be used.
* See also [[tag()]].
* - encode: boolean, if set to false then the error message won't be encoded.
* - errorSource (since 2.0.14): \Closure|callable, callback that will be called to obtain an error message.
* The signature of the callback must be: `function ($model, $attribute)` and return a string.
* When not set, the `$model->getFirstError()` method will be called.
*
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated label tag
*/
public static function error($model, $attribute, $options = [])
{
$attribute = static::getAttributeName($attribute);
$errorSource = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'errorSource');
if ($errorSource !== null) {
$error = call_user_func($errorSource, $model, $attribute);
} else {
$error = $model->getFirstError($attribute);
}
$tag = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'tag', 'div');
$encode = ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'encode', true);
return Html::tag($tag, $encode ? Html::encode($error) : $error, $options);
}
/**
* Generates an input tag for the given model attribute.
* This method will generate the "name" and "value" tag attributes automatically for the model attribute
* unless they are explicitly specified in `$options`.
* @param string $type the input type (e.g. 'text', 'password')
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated input tag
*/
public static function activeInput($type, $model, $attribute, $options = [])
{
$name = isset($options['name']) ? $options['name'] : static::getInputName($model, $attribute);
$value = isset($options['value']) ? $options['value'] : static::getAttributeValue($model, $attribute);
if (!array_key_exists('id', $options)) {
$options['id'] = static::getInputId($model, $attribute);
}
static::setActivePlaceholder($model, $attribute, $options);
self::normalizeMaxLength($model, $attribute, $options);
return static::input($type, $name, $value, $options);
}
/**
* If `maxlength` option is set true and the model attribute is validated by a string validator,
* the `maxlength` option will take the value of [[\yii\validators\StringValidator::max]].
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs.
*/
private static function normalizeMaxLength($model, $attribute, &$options)
{
if (isset($options['maxlength']) && $options['maxlength'] === true) {
unset($options['maxlength']);
$attrName = static::getAttributeName($attribute);
foreach ($model->getActiveValidators($attrName) as $validator) {
if ($validator instanceof StringValidator && $validator->max !== null) {
$options['maxlength'] = $validator->max;
break;
}
}
}
}
/**
* Generates a text input tag for the given model attribute.
* This method will generate the "name" and "value" tag attributes automatically for the model attribute
* unless they are explicitly specified in `$options`.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* The following special options are recognized:
*
* - maxlength: integer|boolean, when `maxlength` is set true and the model attribute is validated
* by a string validator, the `maxlength` option will take the value of [[\yii\validators\StringValidator::max]].
* This is available since version 2.0.3.
* - placeholder: string|boolean, when `placeholder` equals `true`, the attribute label from the $model will be used
* as a placeholder (this behavior is available since version 2.0.14).
*
* @return string the generated input tag
*/
public static function activeTextInput($model, $attribute, $options = [])
{
return static::activeInput('text', $model, $attribute, $options);
}
/**
* Generate placeholder from model attribute label.
*
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* @since 2.0.14
*/
protected static function setActivePlaceholder($model, $attribute, &$options = [])
{
if (isset($options['placeholder']) && $options['placeholder'] === true) {
$attribute = static::getAttributeName($attribute);
$options['placeholder'] = $model->getAttributeLabel($attribute);
}
}
/**
* Generates a hidden input tag for the given model attribute.
* This method will generate the "name" and "value" tag attributes automatically for the model attribute
* unless they are explicitly specified in `$options`.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* @return string the generated input tag
*/
public static function activeHiddenInput($model, $attribute, $options = [])
{
return static::activeInput('hidden', $model, $attribute, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a password input tag for the given model attribute.
* This method will generate the "name" and "value" tag attributes automatically for the model attribute
* unless they are explicitly specified in `$options`.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* The following special options are recognized:
*
* - maxlength: integer|boolean, when `maxlength` is set true and the model attribute is validated
* by a string validator, the `maxlength` option will take the value of [[\yii\validators\StringValidator::max]].
* This option is available since version 2.0.6.
* - placeholder: string|boolean, when `placeholder` equals `true`, the attribute label from the $model will be used
* as a placeholder (this behavior is available since version 2.0.14).
*
* @return string the generated input tag
*/
public static function activePasswordInput($model, $attribute, $options = [])
{
return static::activeInput('password', $model, $attribute, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a file input tag for the given model attribute.
* This method will generate the "name" and "value" tag attributes automatically for the model attribute
* unless they are explicitly specified in `$options`.
* Additionally, if a separate set of HTML options array is defined inside `$options` with a key named `hiddenOptions`,
* it will be passed to the `activeHiddenInput` field as its own `$options` parameter.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* If `hiddenOptions` parameter which is another set of HTML options array is defined, it will be extracted
* from `$options` to be used for the hidden input.
* @return string the generated input tag
*/
public static function activeFileInput($model, $attribute, $options = [])
{
$hiddenOptions = ['id' => null, 'value' => ''];
if (isset($options['name'])) {
$hiddenOptions['name'] = $options['name'];
}
// make sure disabled input is not sending any value
if (!empty($options['disabled'])) {
$hiddenOptions['disabled'] = $options['disabled'];
}
$hiddenOptions = ArrayHelper::merge($hiddenOptions, ArrayHelper::remove($options, 'hiddenOptions', []));
// Add a hidden field so that if a model only has a file field, we can
// still use isset($_POST[$modelClass]) to detect if the input is submitted.
// The hidden input will be assigned its own set of html options via `$hiddenOptions`.
// This provides the possibility to interact with the hidden field via client script.
// Note: For file-field-only model with `disabled` option set to `true` input submitting detection won't work.
return static::activeHiddenInput($model, $attribute, $hiddenOptions)
. static::activeInput('file', $model, $attribute, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a textarea tag for the given model attribute.
* The model attribute value will be used as the content in the textarea.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. These will be rendered as
* the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
* The following special options are recognized:
*
* - maxlength: integer|boolean, when `maxlength` is set true and the model attribute is validated
* by a string validator, the `maxlength` option will take the value of [[\yii\validators\StringValidator::max]].
* This option is available since version 2.0.6.
* - placeholder: string|boolean, when `placeholder` equals `true`, the attribute label from the $model will be used
* as a placeholder (this behavior is available since version 2.0.14).
*
* @return string the generated textarea tag
*/
public static function activeTextarea($model, $attribute, $options = [])
{
$name = isset($options['name']) ? $options['name'] : static::getInputName($model, $attribute);
if (isset($options['value'])) {
$value = $options['value'];
unset($options['value']);
} else {
$value = static::getAttributeValue($model, $attribute);
}
if (!array_key_exists('id', $options)) {
$options['id'] = static::getInputId($model, $attribute);
}
self::normalizeMaxLength($model, $attribute, $options);
static::setActivePlaceholder($model, $attribute, $options);
return static::textarea($name, $value, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a radio button tag together with a label for the given model attribute.
* This method will generate the "checked" tag attribute according to the model attribute value.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs.
* See [[booleanInput()]] for details about accepted attributes.
*
* @return string the generated radio button tag
*/
public static function activeRadio($model, $attribute, $options = [])
{
return static::activeBooleanInput('radio', $model, $attribute, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a checkbox tag together with a label for the given model attribute.
* This method will generate the "checked" tag attribute according to the model attribute value.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs.
* See [[booleanInput()]] for details about accepted attributes.
*
* @return string the generated checkbox tag
*/
public static function activeCheckbox($model, $attribute, $options = [])
{
return static::activeBooleanInput('checkbox', $model, $attribute, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a boolean input
* This method is mainly called by [[activeCheckbox()]] and [[activeRadio()]].
* @param string $type the input type. This can be either `radio` or `checkbox`.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs.
* See [[booleanInput()]] for details about accepted attributes.
* @return string the generated input element
* @since 2.0.9
*/
protected static function activeBooleanInput($type, $model, $attribute, $options = [])
{
$name = isset($options['name']) ? $options['name'] : static::getInputName($model, $attribute);
$value = static::getAttributeValue($model, $attribute);
if (!array_key_exists('value', $options)) {
$options['value'] = '1';
}
if (!array_key_exists('uncheck', $options)) {
$options['uncheck'] = '0';
} elseif ($options['uncheck'] === false) {
unset($options['uncheck']);
}
if (!array_key_exists('label', $options)) {
$options['label'] = static::encode($model->getAttributeLabel(static::getAttributeName($attribute)));
} elseif ($options['label'] === false) {
unset($options['label']);
}
$checked = "$value" === "{$options['value']}";
if (!array_key_exists('id', $options)) {
$options['id'] = static::getInputId($model, $attribute);
}
return static::$type($name, $checked, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a drop-down list for the given model attribute.
* The selection of the drop-down list is taken from the value of the model attribute.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $items the option data items. The array keys are option values, and the array values
* are the corresponding option labels. The array can also be nested (i.e. some array values are arrays too).
* For each sub-array, an option group will be generated whose label is the key associated with the sub-array.
* If you have a list of data models, you may convert them into the format described above using
* [[\yii\helpers\ArrayHelper::map()]].
*
* Note, the values and labels will be automatically HTML-encoded by this method, and the blank spaces in
* the labels will also be HTML-encoded.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. The following options are specially handled:
*
* - prompt: string, a prompt text to be displayed as the first option. Since version 2.0.11 you can use an array
* to override the value and to set other tag attributes:
*
* ```php
* ['text' => 'Please select', 'options' => ['value' => 'none', 'class' => 'prompt', 'label' => 'Select']],
* ```
*
* - options: array, the attributes for the select option tags. The array keys must be valid option values,
* and the array values are the extra attributes for the corresponding option tags. For example,
*
* ```php
* [
* 'value1' => ['disabled' => true],
* 'value2' => ['label' => 'value 2'],
* ];
* ```
*
* - groups: array, the attributes for the optgroup tags. The structure of this is similar to that of 'options',
* except that the array keys represent the optgroup labels specified in $items.
* - encodeSpaces: bool, whether to encode spaces in option prompt and option value with `&nbsp;` character.
* Defaults to false.
* - encode: bool, whether to encode option prompt and option value characters.
* Defaults to `true`. This option is available since 2.0.3.
*
* The rest of the options will be rendered as the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will
* be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]]. If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated drop-down list tag
*/
public static function activeDropDownList($model, $attribute, $items, $options = [])
{
if (empty($options['multiple'])) {
return static::activeListInput('dropDownList', $model, $attribute, $items, $options);
}
return static::activeListBox($model, $attribute, $items, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a list box.
* The selection of the list box is taken from the value of the model attribute.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $items the option data items. The array keys are option values, and the array values
* are the corresponding option labels. The array can also be nested (i.e. some array values are arrays too).
* For each sub-array, an option group will be generated whose label is the key associated with the sub-array.
* If you have a list of data models, you may convert them into the format described above using
* [[\yii\helpers\ArrayHelper::map()]].
*
* Note, the values and labels will be automatically HTML-encoded by this method, and the blank spaces in
* the labels will also be HTML-encoded.
* @param array $options the tag options in terms of name-value pairs. The following options are specially handled:
*
* - prompt: string, a prompt text to be displayed as the first option. Since version 2.0.11 you can use an array
* to override the value and to set other tag attributes:
*
* ```php
* ['text' => 'Please select', 'options' => ['value' => 'none', 'class' => 'prompt', 'label' => 'Select']],
* ```
*
* - options: array, the attributes for the select option tags. The array keys must be valid option values,
* and the array values are the extra attributes for the corresponding option tags. For example,
*
* ```php
* [
* 'value1' => ['disabled' => true],
* 'value2' => ['label' => 'value 2'],
* ];
* ```
*
* - groups: array, the attributes for the optgroup tags. The structure of this is similar to that of 'options',
* except that the array keys represent the optgroup labels specified in $items.
* - unselect: string, the value that will be submitted when no option is selected.
* When this attribute is set, a hidden field will be generated so that if no option is selected in multiple
* mode, we can still obtain the posted unselect value.
* - encodeSpaces: bool, whether to encode spaces in option prompt and option value with `&nbsp;` character.
* Defaults to false.
* - encode: bool, whether to encode option prompt and option value characters.
* Defaults to `true`. This option is available since 2.0.3.
*
* The rest of the options will be rendered as the attributes of the resulting tag. The values will
* be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]]. If a value is null, the corresponding attribute will not be rendered.
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated list box tag
*/
public static function activeListBox($model, $attribute, $items, $options = [])
{
return static::activeListInput('listBox', $model, $attribute, $items, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a list of checkboxes.
* A checkbox list allows multiple selection, like [[listBox()]].
* As a result, the corresponding submitted value is an array.
* The selection of the checkbox list is taken from the value of the model attribute.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $items the data item used to generate the checkboxes.
* The array keys are the checkbox values, and the array values are the corresponding labels.
* Note that the labels will NOT be HTML-encoded, while the values will.
* @param array $options options (name => config) for the checkbox list container tag.
* The following options are specially handled:
*
* - tag: string|false, the tag name of the container element. False to render checkbox without container.
* See also [[tag()]].
* - unselect: string, the value that should be submitted when none of the checkboxes is selected.
* You may set this option to be null to prevent default value submission.
* If this option is not set, an empty string will be submitted.
* - encode: boolean, whether to HTML-encode the checkbox labels. Defaults to true.
* This option is ignored if `item` option is set.
* - separator: string, the HTML code that separates items.
* - itemOptions: array, the options for generating the checkbox tag using [[checkbox()]].
* - item: callable, a callback that can be used to customize the generation of the HTML code
* corresponding to a single item in $items. The signature of this callback must be:
*
* ```php
* function ($index, $label, $name, $checked, $value)
* ```
*
* where $index is the zero-based index of the checkbox in the whole list; $label
* is the label for the checkbox; and $name, $value and $checked represent the name,
* value and the checked status of the checkbox input.
*
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated checkbox list
*/
public static function activeCheckboxList($model, $attribute, $items, $options = [])
{
return static::activeListInput('checkboxList', $model, $attribute, $items, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a list of radio buttons.
* A radio button list is like a checkbox list, except that it only allows single selection.
* The selection of the radio buttons is taken from the value of the model attribute.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $items the data item used to generate the radio buttons.
* The array keys are the radio values, and the array values are the corresponding labels.
* Note that the labels will NOT be HTML-encoded, while the values will.
* @param array $options options (name => config) for the radio button list container tag.
* The following options are specially handled:
*
* - tag: string|false, the tag name of the container element. False to render radio button without container.
* See also [[tag()]].
* - unselect: string, the value that should be submitted when none of the radio buttons is selected.
* You may set this option to be null to prevent default value submission.
* If this option is not set, an empty string will be submitted.
* - encode: boolean, whether to HTML-encode the checkbox labels. Defaults to true.
* This option is ignored if `item` option is set.
* - separator: string, the HTML code that separates items.
* - itemOptions: array, the options for generating the radio button tag using [[radio()]].
* - item: callable, a callback that can be used to customize the generation of the HTML code
* corresponding to a single item in $items. The signature of this callback must be:
*
* ```php
* function ($index, $label, $name, $checked, $value)
* ```
*
* where $index is the zero-based index of the radio button in the whole list; $label
* is the label for the radio button; and $name, $value and $checked represent the name,
* value and the checked status of the radio button input.
*
* See [[renderTagAttributes()]] for details on how attributes are being rendered.
*
* @return string the generated radio button list
*/
public static function activeRadioList($model, $attribute, $items, $options = [])
{
return static::activeListInput('radioList', $model, $attribute, $items, $options);
}
/**
* Generates a list of input fields.
* This method is mainly called by [[activeListBox()]], [[activeRadioList()]] and [[activeCheckboxList()]].
* @param string $type the input type. This can be 'listBox', 'radioList', or 'checkBoxList'.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for the format
* about attribute expression.
* @param array $items the data item used to generate the input fields.
* The array keys are the input values, and the array values are the corresponding labels.
* Note that the labels will NOT be HTML-encoded, while the values will.
* @param array $options options (name => config) for the input list. The supported special options
* depend on the input type specified by `$type`.
* @return string the generated input list
*/
protected static function activeListInput($type, $model, $attribute, $items, $options = [])
{
$name = isset($options['name']) ? $options['name'] : static::getInputName($model, $attribute);
$selection = isset($options['value']) ? $options['value'] : static::getAttributeValue($model, $attribute);
if (!array_key_exists('unselect', $options)) {
$options['unselect'] = '';
}
if (!array_key_exists('id', $options)) {
$options['id'] = static::getInputId($model, $attribute);
}
return static::$type($name, $selection, $items, $options);
}
/**
* Renders the option tags that can be used by [[dropDownList()]] and [[listBox()]].
* @param string|array|null $selection the selected value(s). String for single or array for multiple selection(s).
* @param array $items the option data items. The array keys are option values, and the array values
* are the corresponding option labels. The array can also be nested (i.e. some array values are arrays too).
* For each sub-array, an option group will be generated whose label is the key associated with the sub-array.
* If you have a list of data models, you may convert them into the format described above using
* [[\yii\helpers\ArrayHelper::map()]].
*
* Note, the values and labels will be automatically HTML-encoded by this method, and the blank spaces in
* the labels will also be HTML-encoded.
* @param array $tagOptions the $options parameter that is passed to the [[dropDownList()]] or [[listBox()]] call.
* This method will take out these elements, if any: "prompt", "options" and "groups". See more details
* in [[dropDownList()]] for the explanation of these elements.
*
* @return string the generated list options
*/
public static function renderSelectOptions($selection, $items, &$tagOptions = [])
{
if (ArrayHelper::isTraversable($selection)) {
$selection = array_map('strval', (array)$selection);
}
$lines = [];
$encodeSpaces = ArrayHelper::remove($tagOptions, 'encodeSpaces', false);
$encode = ArrayHelper::remove($tagOptions, 'encode', true);
if (isset($tagOptions['prompt'])) {
$promptOptions = ['value' => ''];
if (is_string($tagOptions['prompt'])) {
$promptText = $tagOptions['prompt'];
} else {
$promptText = $tagOptions['prompt']['text'];
$promptOptions = array_merge($promptOptions, $tagOptions['prompt']['options']);
}
$promptText = $encode ? static::encode($promptText) : $promptText;
if ($encodeSpaces) {
$promptText = str_replace(' ', '&nbsp;', $promptText);
}
$lines[] = static::tag('option', $promptText, $promptOptions);
}
$options = isset($tagOptions['options']) ? $tagOptions['options'] : [];
$groups = isset($tagOptions['groups']) ? $tagOptions['groups'] : [];
unset($tagOptions['prompt'], $tagOptions['options'], $tagOptions['groups']);
$options['encodeSpaces'] = ArrayHelper::getValue($options, 'encodeSpaces', $encodeSpaces);
$options['encode'] = ArrayHelper::getValue($options, 'encode', $encode);
foreach ($items as $key => $value) {
if (is_array($value)) {
$groupAttrs = isset($groups[$key]) ? $groups[$key] : [];
if (!isset($groupAttrs['label'])) {
$groupAttrs['label'] = $key;
}
$attrs = ['options' => $options, 'groups' => $groups, 'encodeSpaces' => $encodeSpaces, 'encode' => $encode];
$content = static::renderSelectOptions($selection, $value, $attrs);
$lines[] = static::tag('optgroup', "\n" . $content . "\n", $groupAttrs);
} else {
$attrs = isset($options[$key]) ? $options[$key] : [];
$attrs['value'] = (string) $key;
if (!array_key_exists('selected', $attrs)) {
$attrs['selected'] = $selection !== null &&
(!ArrayHelper::isTraversable($selection) && !strcmp($key, $selection)
|| ArrayHelper::isTraversable($selection) && ArrayHelper::isIn((string)$key, $selection));
}
$text = $encode ? static::encode($value) : $value;
if ($encodeSpaces) {
$text = str_replace(' ', '&nbsp;', $text);
}
$lines[] = static::tag('option', $text, $attrs);
}
}
return implode("\n", $lines);
}
/**
* Renders the HTML tag attributes.
*
* Attributes whose values are of boolean type will be treated as
* [boolean attributes](http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/infrastructure.html#boolean-attributes).
*
* Attributes whose values are null will not be rendered.
*
* The values of attributes will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
*
* The "data" attribute is specially handled when it is receiving an array value. In this case,
* the array will be "expanded" and a list data attributes will be rendered. For example,
* if `'data' => ['id' => 1, 'name' => 'yii']`, then this will be rendered:
* `data-id="1" data-name="yii"`.
* Additionally `'data' => ['params' => ['id' => 1, 'name' => 'yii'], 'status' => 'ok']` will be rendered as:
* `data-params='{"id":1,"name":"yii"}' data-status="ok"`.
*
* @param array $attributes attributes to be rendered. The attribute values will be HTML-encoded using [[encode()]].
* @return string the rendering result. If the attributes are not empty, they will be rendered
* into a string with a leading white space (so that it can be directly appended to the tag name
* in a tag. If there is no attribute, an empty string will be returned.
* @see addCssClass()
*/
public static function renderTagAttributes($attributes)
{
if (count($attributes) > 1) {
$sorted = [];
foreach (static::$attributeOrder as $name) {
if (isset($attributes[$name])) {
$sorted[$name] = $attributes[$name];
}
}
$attributes = array_merge($sorted, $attributes);
}
$html = '';
foreach ($attributes as $name => $value) {
if (is_bool($value)) {
if ($value) {
$html .= " $name";
}
} elseif (is_array($value)) {
if (in_array($name, static::$dataAttributes)) {
foreach ($value as $n => $v) {
if (is_array($v)) {
$html .= " $name-$n='" . Json::htmlEncode($v) . "'";
} else {
$html .= " $name-$n=\"" . static::encode($v) . '"';
}
}
} elseif ($name === 'class') {
if (empty($value)) {
continue;
}
$html .= " $name=\"" . static::encode(implode(' ', $value)) . '"';
} elseif ($name === 'style') {
if (empty($value)) {
continue;
}
$html .= " $name=\"" . static::encode(static::cssStyleFromArray($value)) . '"';
} else {
$html .= " $name='" . Json::htmlEncode($value) . "'";
}
} elseif ($value !== null) {
$html .= " $name=\"" . static::encode($value) . '"';
}
}
return $html;
}
/**
* Adds a CSS class (or several classes) to the specified options.
*
* If the CSS class is already in the options, it will not be added again.
* If class specification at given options is an array, and some class placed there with the named (string) key,
* overriding of such key will have no effect. For example:
*
* ```php
* $options = ['class' => ['persistent' => 'initial']];
* Html::addCssClass($options, ['persistent' => 'override']);
* var_dump($options['class']); // outputs: array('persistent' => 'initial');
* ```
*
* @param array $options the options to be modified.
* @param string|array $class the CSS class(es) to be added
* @see mergeCssClasses()
* @see removeCssClass()
*/
public static function addCssClass(&$options, $class)
{
if (isset($options['class'])) {
if (is_array($options['class'])) {
$options['class'] = self::mergeCssClasses($options['class'], (array) $class);
} else {
$classes = preg_split('/\s+/', $options['class'], -1, PREG_SPLIT_NO_EMPTY);
$options['class'] = implode(' ', self::mergeCssClasses($classes, (array) $class));
}
} else {
$options['class'] = $class;
}
}
/**
* Merges already existing CSS classes with new one.
* This method provides the priority for named existing classes over additional.
* @param array $existingClasses already existing CSS classes.
* @param array $additionalClasses CSS classes to be added.
* @return array merge result.
* @see addCssClass()
*/
private static function mergeCssClasses(array $existingClasses, array $additionalClasses)
{
foreach ($additionalClasses as $key => $class) {
if (is_int($key) && !in_array($class, $existingClasses)) {
$existingClasses[] = $class;
} elseif (!isset($existingClasses[$key])) {
$existingClasses[$key] = $class;
}
}
return array_unique($existingClasses);
}
/**
* Removes a CSS class from the specified options.
* @param array $options the options to be modified.
* @param string|array $class the CSS class(es) to be removed
* @see addCssClass()
*/
public static function removeCssClass(&$options, $class)
{
if (isset($options['class'])) {
if (is_array($options['class'])) {
$classes = array_diff($options['class'], (array) $class);
if (empty($classes)) {
unset($options['class']);
} else {
$options['class'] = $classes;
}
} else {
$classes = preg_split('/\s+/', $options['class'], -1, PREG_SPLIT_NO_EMPTY);
$classes = array_diff($classes, (array) $class);
if (empty($classes)) {
unset($options['class']);
} else {
$options['class'] = implode(' ', $classes);
}
}
}
}
/**
* Adds the specified CSS style to the HTML options.
*
* If the options already contain a `style` element, the new style will be merged
* with the existing one. If a CSS property exists in both the new and the old styles,
* the old one may be overwritten if `$overwrite` is true.
*
* For example,
*
* ```php
* Html::addCssStyle($options, 'width: 100px; height: 200px');
* ```
*
* @param array $options the HTML options to be modified.
* @param string|array $style the new style string (e.g. `'width: 100px; height: 200px'`) or
* array (e.g. `['width' => '100px', 'height' => '200px']`).
* @param bool $overwrite whether to overwrite existing CSS properties if the new style
* contain them too.
* @see removeCssStyle()
* @see cssStyleFromArray()
* @see cssStyleToArray()
*/
public static function addCssStyle(&$options, $style, $overwrite = true)
{
if (!empty($options['style'])) {
$oldStyle = is_array($options['style']) ? $options['style'] : static::cssStyleToArray($options['style']);
$newStyle = is_array($style) ? $style : static::cssStyleToArray($style);
if (!$overwrite) {
foreach ($newStyle as $property => $value) {
if (isset($oldStyle[$property])) {
unset($newStyle[$property]);
}
}
}
$style = array_merge($oldStyle, $newStyle);
}
$options['style'] = is_array($style) ? static::cssStyleFromArray($style) : $style;
}
/**
* Removes the specified CSS style from the HTML options.
*
* For example,
*
* ```php
* Html::removeCssStyle($options, ['width', 'height']);
* ```
*
* @param array $options the HTML options to be modified.
* @param string|array $properties the CSS properties to be removed. You may use a string
* if you are removing a single property.
* @see addCssStyle()
*/
public static function removeCssStyle(&$options, $properties)
{
if (!empty($options['style'])) {
$style = is_array($options['style']) ? $options['style'] : static::cssStyleToArray($options['style']);
foreach ((array) $properties as $property) {
unset($style[$property]);
}
$options['style'] = static::cssStyleFromArray($style);
}
}
/**
* Converts a CSS style array into a string representation.
*
* For example,
*
* ```php
* print_r(Html::cssStyleFromArray(['width' => '100px', 'height' => '200px']));
* // will display: 'width: 100px; height: 200px;'
* ```
*
* @param array $style the CSS style array. The array keys are the CSS property names,
* and the array values are the corresponding CSS property values.
* @return string the CSS style string. If the CSS style is empty, a null will be returned.
*/
public static function cssStyleFromArray(array $style)
{
$result = '';
foreach ($style as $name => $value) {
$result .= "$name: $value; ";
}
// return null if empty to avoid rendering the "style" attribute
return $result === '' ? null : rtrim($result);
}
/**
* Converts a CSS style string into an array representation.
*
* The array keys are the CSS property names, and the array values
* are the corresponding CSS property values.
*
* For example,
*
* ```php
* print_r(Html::cssStyleToArray('width: 100px; height: 200px;'));
* // will display: ['width' => '100px', 'height' => '200px']
* ```
*
* @param string $style the CSS style string
* @return array the array representation of the CSS style
*/
public static function cssStyleToArray($style)
{
$result = [];
foreach (explode(';', $style) as $property) {
$property = explode(':', $property);
if (count($property) > 1) {
$result[trim($property[0])] = trim($property[1]);
}
}
return $result;
}
/**
* Returns the real attribute name from the given attribute expression.
*
* An attribute expression is an attribute name prefixed and/or suffixed with array indexes.
* It is mainly used in tabular data input and/or input of array type. Below are some examples:
*
* - `[0]content` is used in tabular data input to represent the "content" attribute
* for the first model in tabular input;
* - `dates[0]` represents the first array element of the "dates" attribute;
* - `[0]dates[0]` represents the first array element of the "dates" attribute
* for the first model in tabular input.
*
* If `$attribute` has neither prefix nor suffix, it will be returned back without change.
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression
* @return string the attribute name without prefix and suffix.
* @throws InvalidArgumentException if the attribute name contains non-word characters.
*/
public static function getAttributeName($attribute)
{
if (preg_match(static::$attributeRegex, $attribute, $matches)) {
return $matches[2];
}
throw new InvalidArgumentException('Attribute name must contain word characters only.');
}
/**
* Returns the value of the specified attribute name or expression.
*
* For an attribute expression like `[0]dates[0]`, this method will return the value of `$model->dates[0]`.
* See [[getAttributeName()]] for more details about attribute expression.
*
* If an attribute value is an instance of [[ActiveRecordInterface]] or an array of such instances,
* the primary value(s) of the AR instance(s) will be returned instead.
*
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression
* @return string|array the corresponding attribute value
* @throws InvalidArgumentException if the attribute name contains non-word characters.
*/
public static function getAttributeValue($model, $attribute)
{
if (!preg_match(static::$attributeRegex, $attribute, $matches)) {
throw new InvalidArgumentException('Attribute name must contain word characters only.');
}
$attribute = $matches[2];
$value = $model->$attribute;
if ($matches[3] !== '') {
foreach (explode('][', trim($matches[3], '[]')) as $id) {
if ((is_array($value) || $value instanceof \ArrayAccess) && isset($value[$id])) {
$value = $value[$id];
} else {
return null;
}
}
}
// https://github.com/yiisoft/yii2/issues/1457
if (is_array($value)) {
foreach ($value as $i => $v) {
if ($v instanceof ActiveRecordInterface) {
$v = $v->getPrimaryKey(false);
$value[$i] = is_array($v) ? json_encode($v) : $v;
}
}
} elseif ($value instanceof ActiveRecordInterface) {
$value = $value->getPrimaryKey(false);
return is_array($value) ? json_encode($value) : $value;
}
return $value;
}
/**
* Generates an appropriate input name for the specified attribute name or expression.
*
* This method generates a name that can be used as the input name to collect user input
* for the specified attribute. The name is generated according to the [[Model::formName|form name]]
* of the model and the given attribute name. For example, if the form name of the `Post` model
* is `Post`, then the input name generated for the `content` attribute would be `Post[content]`.
*
* See [[getAttributeName()]] for explanation of attribute expression.
*
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression
* @return string the generated input name
* @throws InvalidArgumentException if the attribute name contains non-word characters.
*/
public static function getInputName($model, $attribute)
{
$formName = $model->formName();
if (!preg_match(static::$attributeRegex, $attribute, $matches)) {
throw new InvalidArgumentException('Attribute name must contain word characters only.');
}
$prefix = $matches[1];
$attribute = $matches[2];
$suffix = $matches[3];
if ($formName === '' && $prefix === '') {
return $attribute . $suffix;
} elseif ($formName !== '') {
return $formName . $prefix . "[$attribute]" . $suffix;
}
throw new InvalidArgumentException(get_class($model) . '::formName() cannot be empty for tabular inputs.');
}
/**
* Generates an appropriate input ID for the specified attribute name or expression.
*
* This method converts the result [[getInputName()]] into a valid input ID.
* For example, if [[getInputName()]] returns `Post[content]`, this method will return `post-content`.
* @param Model $model the model object
* @param string $attribute the attribute name or expression. See [[getAttributeName()]] for explanation of attribute expression.
* @return string the generated input ID
* @throws InvalidArgumentException if the attribute name contains non-word characters.
*/
public static function getInputId($model, $attribute)
{
$name = strtolower(static::getInputName($model, $attribute));
return str_replace(['[]', '][', '[', ']', ' ', '.'], ['', '-', '-', '', '-', '-'], $name);
}
/**
* Escapes regular expression to use in JavaScript.
* @param string $regexp the regular expression to be escaped.
* @return string the escaped result.
* @since 2.0.6
*/
public static function escapeJsRegularExpression($regexp)
{
$pattern = preg_replace('/\\\\x\{?([0-9a-fA-F]+)\}?/', '\u$1', $regexp);
$deliminator = substr($pattern, 0, 1);
$pos = strrpos($pattern, $deliminator, 1);
$flag = substr($pattern, $pos + 1);
if ($deliminator !== '/') {
$pattern = '/' . str_replace('/', '\\/', substr($pattern, 1, $pos - 1)) . '/';
} else {
$pattern = substr($pattern, 0, $pos + 1);
}
if (!empty($flag)) {
$pattern .= preg_replace('/[^igm]/', '', $flag);
}
return $pattern;
}
}