I have some URLs with special characters, they all are working fine on apache 2.2.4 but breaking on apache 2.4.2.This is one URL /%7Chier.3%5EFirst~group%5E/logo?(actual URL is /%7Chier.3^First~group^/logo?).Can someone please help me why this working fine on apache 2.2.4 but breaking on apache 2.4.2?
I'm storing HTML and text data in my database table in its raw form - however I am having a slight problem in getting it to output correctly. Here is some sample data stored in the table AS IS:
<p>Professional Freelance PHP & MySQL developer based in Manchester.<br />Providing an unbeatable service at a competitive price.</p>
To output this data I do:
And this outputs the data correctly, however when I do a W3C validator check it says:
character "&" is the first character of a delimiter but occurred as data
So I tried using
htmlspecialchars but this just causes the HMTL tags to output on the page.
What is the correct way of doing this?
<input id='hiddenId' type='hidden' value='chalk & cheese' />
gets pulled into
<input type='text' value='chalk & cheese' />
via some jQuery to get the value from the hidden field (it’s at this point that I lose the encoding):
The problem is that when I read
', I want the encoding to remain.
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?
I have an ASP.NET Web Forms application. There is a page with TextBoxes and users enter search terms into these which are used to query the database.
In MVC I would use
Html.Encode. It doesn't seem to be recognized in Web Forms.