MarkupBundle ============ The MarkupBundle provides the feature of extending output formats as with different so called tags. These tags will be automatically parsed and replaced before the response will be sent. Example ------- This example contains a sulu-related example. The tag ``sulu-link`` represents a link to another page. This tag will be replaced via a valid anchor where the `href` attribute contains the UUID of the page. .. code-block:: html **Results into:** .. code-block:: html Page Title Core Tags --------- .. toctree:: :maxdepth: 1 link media Extending --------- To enable replacement of your custom tags you can define a service which implements the ``TagInterface``. .. code-block:: php class LinkTag implements TagInterface { /** * Returns new tag with given attributes. * * @param array $attributes attributes array of each tag occurrence. * * @return array Tag array to replace all occurrences. */ public function parseAll($attributesByTag) { $result = []; foreach($attributesByTag as $tag => $attributes) { $url = ; // load url via uuid from document-manager $pageTitle = ...; // load page-title via uuid from document-manager $result[$tag] = sprintf('%s', $url, $pageTitle, $attributes['content']); } return $result; } } When registering your service simple add the tag ````. Namespaces ---------- Namespaces will be used to find tags with a special behavior. The default namespace is ``sulu``, but you can register your own namespace by adding a new service and register your ``TagInterface`` implementations with this new namespace. .. code-block:: xml custom-namespace With this definitions you can use ```` in your response.