What exactly does the
System.Web.HttpUtility.HtmlEncode(Object) overload do? Why would there be a method that takes HTML-encodes an object of any type? You would think the documentation would be a little more informative given how vague an operation of that sort would seem to be...
I have a textfield which displays a string which contains < and >. The code throws an error because of that. How can I allow the usage of those chars in my textfield?
I want to turn off the built in html processing of links in mediawiki. For example, I want to edit the Sidebar (MediaWiki:Sidebar) by adding a link with question marks and equal signs (i.e.
Special:CustomNeed?page_title=Name+with+spaces), but the processing breaks the link to the following:
Special:CustomNeed%3Fpage_title%3DName%2Bwith%2Bspaces. This way, the link doesn't work.
After reading this question, I thought there is a way to turn the processing off, however, I have no clue how. Do I have to add/edit something in the
I try create search it based on custom search but i have one bug
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We have a site which provides data to Rightmove via an XML file. However, we're seeing a small issue with special characters being displayed with odd symbols. For example, when smart quotes are pasted into our data source (Drupal CMS) the characters display as â€ or â€™.
Our database tables are using utf8_general_ci and everything looks fine on our site. What do I need to do to get Rightmove to display the proper characters?