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I have a div in php(string) and I want to get the content.

for example:

<div id="product_list" style="width:100%; float:none;">
       bla bla bla
      bla bla          

and I want

     bla bla bla
     bla bla

The style is changing, I know only the div id.


this is my code, same as turbod source and the results are the same too.

so this is the original html

$doc = new DOMDocument();
$id = $doc->getElementById('product_list')

And after this code I get the following: link



Use the php DomDocument class.

$dom = new DOMDocument();


$xpath = new DOMXPath($dom);
$divContent = $xpath->query('//div[id="product_list"]');
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