public PHPFUI\Base::DEBUG_SOURCE = 1
public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::__clone()
public __construct( $content = '')

Simple wrapper for a ListItem

    • public PHPFUI\Base::__toString() : string
      public PHPFUI\Base::add( $item)

      Base add function. Adds to the end of the current objects

      public PHPFUI\Base::addAsFirst( $item)

      Base addAsFirst function. Adds to the front of the current

      public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::addAttribute(string $attribute, string $value = '') : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

      Add an attribute the the object

        public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::addClass(string $class) : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

        Add a class to an object

          public PHPFUI\Base::count() : int

          Number of object in this object. Does not count sub objects.

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::deleteAttribute(string $attribute) : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

          Deletes the passed attribute

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::deleteAttributes() : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

          Deletes all attributes

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::deleteClass(string $classToDelete) : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

          Delete a class from the object

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::disabled() : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

          Disabled the element

          public PHPFUI\Base::done(bool $done = true) : PHPFUI\Base

          Form is done rendering

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::getAttribute(string $attribute) : string

          Get an attribute

          • return ?string does not exist if null
          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::getAttributes() : string

          Returns the attribute strings. Attributes with values are returned as name/value pairs,
          attributes without values are returned as just the attribute name.

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::getClass() : string

          Returns the class attribute ready for insertion into an element.

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::getClasses() : array

          Returns all classes for the object

          public static PHPFUI\Base::getDebug(int $flags = 0) : int

          Gets the current debug setting

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::getElement() : string

          Return the type of the element

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::getId() : string

          Return the id of the object. Elements will not have an id unless this method is called. The id is returned as a string
          starting with id followed by a unique number to the page. Id numbers are deterministic and start start with 1. Once assigned
          an id, an element will always have the same id. It will get a new id if cloned.

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::getIdAttribute() : string

          Return the id attribute of the object as a name/value pair. If no id has been requested, and empty string is returned.

          public PHPFUI\Base::getResponse() : string

          Get the current response

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::getToolTip(string $label)

          Get the tool tip as a string

          • return PHPFUI\ToolTip|string return type depends on if the tip was set as a string or ToolTip object.
          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::hasClass(string $class) : bool

          Return true if the class is present on the object

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::hasId() : bool

          Does this object have an id set already?

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::hasToolTip() : bool
          • return bool if there is a tool tip associated with this element
          public PHPFUI\Base::isDone() : bool

          Returns true if the page needs no more processing

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::newId() : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

          Assign a new id to this element.

          public PHPFUI\Base::output() : string

          Output the object (convert to string)

          public PHPFUI\Base::prepend( $item) : PHPFUI\Base

          Add an object in front of existing object

          public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::setAttribute(string $attribute, string $value = '') : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

          Set the attribute overwriting the prior value

            public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::setConfirm( $text) : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

            A simple way to set a confirm on click

              public static PHPFUI\Base::setDebug(int $level = 0) : void

              Set the debug level, 1 or higher is on

              public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::setElement( $element) : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

              You can set the element type if you need to morph it for some reason

                public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::setId( $id) : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

                Set the base id of the object

                  public PHPFUI\Base::setRawResponse(string $response) : PHPFUI\Base

                  Sets the page response directly

                  public PHPFUI\Base::setResponse(string $response, string $color = 'lime') : PHPFUI\Base

                  Set a response in the standard format ('reponse' and 'color' array)

                    public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::setToolTip( $tip) : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

                    Set the tool tip. Can either be a ToolTip or a string. If it is a string, it will be converted to a ToolTip

                      public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::toggleAnimate(PHPFUI\HTML5Element $element, string $animation) : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

                      Will toggle the provided element on click with the provided animation.

                      public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::toggleClass(PHPFUI\HTML5Element $element, string $class) : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

                      Will toggle the class on the provided element on click.

                      public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::transferAttributes(PHPFUI\HTML5Element $from) : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

                      Moves attributes into this object from the passed object

                      public PHPFUI\HTML5Element::transferClasses(PHPFUI\HTML5Element $from) : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

                      Moves classes into this object from the passed object

                      public PHPFUI\Base::walk(string $method) : PHPFUI\Base

                      Recursively walks all objects and calls the passed method on each object where it exists

                      protected PHPFUI\HTML5Element::getBody() : string
                      protected PHPFUI\HTML5Element::getEnd() : string
                      protected PHPFUI\HTML5Element::getStart() : string
                      protected PHPFUI\HTML5Element::upCastCopy(PHPFUI\HTML5Element $to, PHPFUI\HTML5Element $from) : PHPFUI\HTML5Element

                      Clones the first object and fills it with properties from the second object

                      public static PHPFUI\Base::getDebug(int $flags = 0) : int

                      Gets the current debug setting

                      public static PHPFUI\Base::setDebug(int $level = 0) : void

                      Set the debug level, 1 or higher is on

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