I'm new to ASP.NET MVC so apologies if this is too ignorant a question to ask. I've been bundling my css. The resulting URL contains a unique token for caching purposes. Since the token is appended with the special character "?", this introduces caching problems with CDNs, so gtmetrix and pingdom told me to properly encode the URL.
This is my regular code:
Which then results in the following html upon execution:
<link href="/Styles/css?v=rcIWvvMrpHqq_TcH8oowiqEsThtnf3z-D1RKPDw_xxk1" rel="stylesheet"/>
Now, trying to encode the URL, I tried the following:
which resulted in this output:
While the "?" is being properly encoded, so is the rest that's not so supposed to be. The reason is obvious to me. I'd have to filter out the URL only, instead of converting all of the html code that is being generated and I have no clue yet how to do that.
However, I manually encoded the query by inserting the html-code:
<link href="/Styles/css%3Fv=rcIWvvMrpHqq_TcH8oowiqEsThtnf3z-D1RKPDw_xxk1" rel="stylesheet"/>
and the browser just gives me the following error:
Failed to load resource. the server responded with a status of 500 (Internal Server Error)
If the browser can't deal with the encoded link anyway, how could I even encode the URL in a browser-interpretable form and get rid of the query? Is this even possible for loading bundles or am I wasting my time trying to get something done that isn't possible anyway? Is there a different encoded alternative to "%3F" for "?" to keep the link workable?
For special characters like áéí, I can call
$mycaption = htmlentities($mycaption, ENT_QUOTES);
To get the corresponding html entities:
How can I reverse this back to áéí ?
I am using the Latin Cross symbol on a html page. On desktop it is showing like "✝" but on the iPhone it is showing as emoji.
here is sample code
<p>I will display ✝</p>
here is the screenshot of iphoneDagger icon
Is there any way to show Latin Cross symbol as "✝" on all devices?
I store encoded HTML in the database.
The only way i could display it correctly is :
<div class='content'> @MvcHtmlString.Create(HttpUtility.HtmlDecode(Model.Content));</div>
It's ugly.Is there any better way to do this?
I need to XHTML encode some text in Android.
I had been using
Html.escapeHtml(" ") generates
" ". I need it to generate
Is there an equivalent? I need like a
Or should I just do string replacements?