In the database, the data string has both single and double quotes in them.
When it's displayed in a
textarea, it's automatically encoded to html entities.
Code in MVC view,
vm is the object binded with knockout.
How do I make both of them display as single and double quotes again?
I tried to encode double quotes to
But that gave me:
So I load some simple HTML into a webview.The html is in the format: (it is extracted html, therefore no body tags.
<p>..blah</p> <div style="text-align:center;"><a href="http://services.runescape.com/m=rswikiimages/en/2012/5/combat1-18140712.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://services.runescape.com/m=rswikiimages/en/2012/5/combat1_thumb-18140804.jpg"></a></div><p>..blah</p>
In the webview activity class I add:
webInfo = "<body style=\"color:white;font-size:15px\">" + webInfo + "</body>";//for setting the size and color of the text
I use the following to load the html:
webview.loadDataWithBaseURL(null,webInfo,"text/html","UTF-8",null);// webInfo is an html string
and I do the following so that it doesn't scroll horizontally and so that the image fits within the screen.
If I don't use
SINGLE_COLUMN, I'm always scrolling horizontally, even though the text fits nicely within the page. I thought it had finally solved the problem but I get overlapping html when i load it. This fixes itself if I zoom slightly in or out with my fingers.
Here's a picture of whats happening:
Question 1:How do I fix that problem and display the image so it fits in the screen and no horizontal scrolling is required?
Question 2:I've also been having trouble getting rid of the weird symbols too, my 's show up really weird.Tried using several different encodings like UTF-8, US-ACSII and lots of Windows ones, none of them seem to work to get rid of the symbols.
I hope I've been clear, any help is appreciated, I've been fiddling with this for a while O_O...
How do I write the CC logo in HTML, is there something like
© (which gives ©)?
(CC stands for Creative Commons).
My question, explained below, is how can R be used to read a string that includes HTML emoji codes like
��, and either (1) represent the emoji symbol (e.g., as a unicode symbol:
🤗) in the parsed string, or (2) convert it into its text equivalent ("
I have an XML dataset of text messages (from the Android/iOS app [Signal])(https://signal.org/) that I am reading into R for a text mining project. The data look like this, with each text message represented in an
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes" ?><!-- File Created By Signal --> <smses count="1"> <sms protocol="0" address="+15555555555" contact_name="Jane Doe" date="1483256850399" readable_date="Sat, 31 Dec 2016 23:47:30 PST" type="1" subject="null" body="Hug emoji: ��" toa="null" sc_toa="null" service_center="null" read="1" status="-1" locked="0" /></smses>
I am currently reading these data using the
xml2 package for R. When I use the
xml2::read_xml function, however, I get the following error message:
Error in doc_parse_raw(x, encoding = encoding, base_url = base_url, as_html = as_html, : xmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 55358
Which, as I understand, indicates that the emoji character is not recognized as valid XML.
xml2::read_html function does work, but drops the emoji character. A small example of this is here:
example_text <- "Hugging emoji: ��"xml2::xml_text(xml2::read_html(paste0("<x>", example_text, "</x>")))
 "Hugging emoji: ")
This character is valid HTML -- Googling
�� actually converts it in the search bar to the "hugging face" emoji, and brings up results relating to that emoji.
I've been searching Stack Overflow, and have not found any questions relating to this particular issue. I've also not been able to find a table that straightforwardly gives HTML codes next to the emoji they represent, and so am not able to do an (albeit inefficient) conversion of these HTML codes to their textual equivalents in a big loop before parsing the dataset; for example, neither this list nor its underlying dataset seem to include the string
I have this code below, which comes from Wordpress Core file /wp-admin/includes/class-wp-posts-list-table.php
printf( '<a class="row-title" href="%s" aria-label="%s">%s%s</a>', get_edit_post_link( $post->ID ), /* translators: %s: post title */ esc_attr( sprintf( __( '“%s” (Edit)' ), $title )), $pad, $title );
In my case the variable $title contains iconfont HTML i.e.
<i class="fa fa-heart"></i>
The PHP code is making the web browser display the HTML characters as a string rather than what I'm after which is to display as HTML and render the Font Awesome Icon.
Ive tried wrapping $title in
Can some one help thanx