CSS parser in PHP

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$css = new cssparser();
$css->ParseStr("b {font-weight: bold; color: #777777;} b.test{text-decoration: underline;}");
echo $css->Get("b","color");     // returns #777777
echo $css->Get("b.test","color");// returns #777777
echo $css->Get(".test","color"); // returns an empty string

You can Parser Css code in php easily

PHP function detect utf8 string

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It's working on PHP4, PHP5

function is_utf8($str) {
    $c=0; $b=0;
    for($i=0; $i<$len; $i++){
        if($c > 128){
            if(($c >= 254)) return false;
            elseif($c >= 252) $bits=6;
            elseif($c >= 248) $bits=5;
            elseif($c >= 240) $bits=4;
            elseif($c >= 224) $bits=3;
            elseif($c >= 192) $bits=2;
            else return false;
            if(($i+$bits) > $len) return false;
            while($bits > 1){
                if($b < 128 || $b > 191) return false;
    return true;

Function php convert string to UTF-8

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conver string to Utf8 if String is not equals to 'UTF-8'

*QQ: 290359552
* conver to Utf8 if $str is not equals to 'UTF-8'
function convToUtf8($str)
if( mb_detect_encoding($str,"UTF-8, ISO-8859-1, GBK")!="UTF-8" )

return  iconv("gbk","utf-8",$str);

return $str;


function detect Unicode UTF-8 string PHP

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Based upon that snippet below using preg_match() I needed something faster and less specific.  That function works and is brilliant but it scans the entire strings and checks that it conforms to UTF-8

function detectUTF8($string)
        return preg_match('%(?:
        [\xC2-\xDF][\x80-\xBF]        # non-overlong 2-byte
        |\xE0[\xA0-\xBF][\x80-\xBF]               # excluding overlongs
        |[\xE1-\xEC\xEE\xEF][\x80-\xBF]{2}      # straight 3-byte
        |\xED[\x80-\x9F][\x80-\xBF]               # excluding surrogates
        |\xF0[\x90-\xBF][\x80-\xBF]{2}    # planes 1-3
        |[\xF1-\xF3][\x80-\xBF]{3}                  # planes 4-15
        |\xF4[\x80-\x8F][\x80-\xBF]{2}    # plane 16
        )+%xs', $string);

Tooltips In only CSS3 And HTML5, Without JavaScript

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Tooltips in HTML pages general do not need any effort from a developer’s side, as long as they put proper title attributes to their elements. The title is then used for showing the tooltip, but also for other things, such as providing a screen reader with proper content. Speaking of the use case of tooltips, the visual presentation depends on the browser your site gets visited with. Developers with the need for more control turned to JavaScript bases solutions years ago. Kashagra Gour created Hint.css, which proves as a decent alternative, based completely on CSS and HTML.

Hint.css – Data Attributes, CSS3 Transitions, Pseudo Elements and the Content Property

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HTML5 Jquery tooltip

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Tooltips are a square deal. They allow for the placement of important information just in the very location this information is needed, regardless of screen real estate. Tooltipster is a plugin for jQuery aiming at making the process of creating tooltips as easy as possible while providing the biggest functionality available. They conform to HTML5 and can be styled to your own liking using CSS.

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