I am using Nodewebkit for creating a simple Desktop application and I have integrated CKEditor in it.
Currently facing some issues with CKEditor in app in "MAC only" which crashes app(Closes app currently).
Steps to reproduce bug:
While testing locally by running GULP, it works without crashing application.
Is there any way I can fix this issue?
Thanks in Advance
Update: App will crash only if HTML Encoding is used. But if HTML Encoding is not done, then it shows special symbols for enter key pressed.
I am developing a web application using ExtJS to build GUI and communicate with server via RESTful web-service (the returned data is formatted as JSON objects).
I used this function to load data from model object to form:
I have found a solution to escape HTML and JS: using
but I think that is not a good solution for whole application, because the developers must do so much things: review all input fields, labels, and put that snippet to them. And after all, that is not a beautiful way to build a fast, robust and maintainable application.
So, could you please help me solution so that it can be modified at one place, and affects to the rest. Can I override the setValue/ setLabel of AbstractComponent? Or should I encode the data before rendering them? And how to decode those data?(P/S: I uses Grails framework on the server-side)Thank you so much.
I have a situation where I am passing a string to a function. I want to convert
to " " (a blank space) before passing it to function. Does
html_entity_decode does it?
If not how to do it?
I am aware of
str_replace but is there any other way out?
My PHP mail() script changes the
! exclamation mark on some email clients such as hotmail to
%21 when the
! is in a tag in the email body.
Here's my script
$to = "firstname.lastname@example.org";$subject = "Password Reset";$body = "<a href=\"http://example.com/#!/page\">Link 1</a> <br><br> Without href: http://example.com/#!/page - regular text ";$headers = "From: email@example.com\r\n";$headers .= "Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org\r\n";$headers .= "Return-Path: email@example.com\r\n";$headers .= "X-Mailer: PHP5\n";$headers .= 'MIME-Version: 1.0' . "\n";$headers .= 'Content-type: text/html; charset=utf-8' . "\r\n";mail($to,$subject,$body,$headers);
So in the script above, the
! is changed to
%21 only when it's a link, the regular text keeps it as
/#!/instead of transforming it to
How would I go about fixing this issue so it doesn't change to
Everytime a user posts something containing
< or > in a page in my webapp, I get this exception thrown.
I don't want to go into the discussion about the smartness of throwing an exception or crashing an entire webapp because somebody entered a character in a text box, but I am looking for an elegant way to handle this.
Trapping the exception and showing
An error has occured please go back and re-type your entire form again, but this time please do not use < doesn't seem professional enough to me
Disabling post validation (
validateRequest="false" ) will definitely avoid this error, but it will leave the page vulnerable to a number of attacks.
Ideally: when a post back occurs containing HTML restricted characters, that posted value in the Form collection will be automatically HTML encoded.So the
.Text property of my text-box will be
something & lt; html & gt;
Any way I can do this from a handler?