Project: syntax-tree/hast-util-raw

Package: hast-util-raw@6.0.2

  1. Dependencies: 0·Dependents: 19
  2. hast utility to reparse a tree
  1. util 113
  2. utility 109
  3. unist 102
  4. html 98
  5. hast 48
  6. hast-util 30
  7. parse 22
  8. raw 3


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hast utility to parse the tree again, now supporting embedded raw nodes.

One of the reasons to do this is for “malformed” syntax trees: for example, say there’s an h1 element in a p element, this utility will make them siblings.

Another reason to do this is if raw HTML/XML is embedded in a syntax tree, which can occur when coming from Markdown using mdast-util-to-hast.

If you’re working with remark and/or remark-rehype, use rehype-raw instead.



npm install hast-util-raw


var h = require('hastscript')
var raw = require('hast-util-raw')

var tree = h('div', [h('h1', ['Foo ', h('h2', 'Bar'), ' Baz'])])

var clean = raw(tree)



{ type: 'element',
  tagName: 'div',
  properties: {},
   [ { type: 'element',
       tagName: 'h1',
       properties: {},
       children: [Object] },
     { type: 'element',
       tagName: 'h2',
       properties: {},
       children: [Object] },
     { type: 'text', value: ' Baz' } ] }


raw(tree[, file])

Given a hast tree and an optional vfile (for positional info), return a new parsed-again hast tree.


Use of hast-util-raw can open you up to a cross-site scripting (XSS) attack as raw nodes are unsafe. The following example shows how a raw node is used to inject a script that runs when loaded in a browser.

raw(u('root', [u('raw', '<script>alert(1)</script>')]))



Do not use this utility in combination with user input or use hast-util-santize.


See contributing.md in syntax-tree/.github for ways to get started. See support.md for ways to get help.

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