I have a page that is part of a backend CRM admin panel. On that page the HTML output comes from some PHP functions that I can't access. And that HTML automatically changes
> into HTML encoded characters.
So there is a div that contains html tags like
<br /> that is converted into
So I need to change it back to the HTML characters using only jQuery:
Is there a jQuery script I can use to replace those special characters with the corresponding symbols? This will mean my HTML tags will actually work and the HTML will being displayed properly on the screen?
removewith() but i can't make it work.
ADDED:The div that im trying to modify is this
<div style="font-size: 11px; width: 90%; font-family: Tahoma;" id="cotiz"><strong>Valuación</strong> de InfoAuto: 35.500,00<br /> Cotización Seleccionada: Ninguna<br /> Allianz, Responsabilidad Civil: $205,25<br /> Allianz, Terceros Completos: $278,85 </div>
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.
Are they the same as XML, perhaps plus the space one (
I've found some huge lists of HTML escape characters but I don't think they must be escaped. I want to know what needs to be escaped.
Can symbols like
® go directly in the
description tag, or should their HTML character codes be used?
<meta name="description" content="Hello® World™"><meta name="description" content="Hello® World™">
I have a string that is HTML encoded:
'''<img class="size-medium wp-image-113"\ style="margin-left: 15px;" title="su1"\ src="http://blah.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/su1-300x194.jpg"\ alt="" width="300" height="194" />'''
I want to change that to:
<img class="size-medium wp-image-113" style="margin-left: 15px;" title="su1" src="http://blah.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/su1-300x194.jpg" alt="" width="300" height="194" />
I want this to register as HTML so that it is rendered as an image by the browser instead of being displayed as text.
The string is stored like that because I am using a web-scraping tool called
BeautifulSoup, it "scans" a web-page and gets certain content from it, then returns the string in that format.
I've found how to do this in C# but not in Python. Can someone help me out?