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I am looking for a PHP developer who can extract higher level elements from code, including nested elements. Please see the attachment. There are 3 higher level elements: 1 cover and 2 groups. So I need to extract them with nested elements and texts and place into an array. Maybe you should use preg_match_all function. So, the output must be: [ '<!-- wp:cover ... <!-- /wp:cover -->', '<!-- wp:group ... <!-- /wp:group -->', '<!-- wp:group ... <!-- /wp:group -->' ] Please look into wp:cover element - there is another wp:cover. So, your code must extract the parent wp:cover with children wp:cover. The same is with wp:group elements. Please, start your message with wp:group to let me know that you've read the description. Thank yo...