Libraries Or Functions To Escape Quotes, Tabs, Etc.
Jan 5, 2007
I was wondering if there are any proper, robust libraries or
functions/methods that I don't know of that will escape all the
problematic characters such as single quotes and tabs.
I find myselfwriting x = x.replace(/'/g,"'"); and the reverse over and over again.
escape() function but I am not sure if this is more for urls. What is
the real world way of storing such an "escaped" variable in a database
Maybe one could use escape() and unescape() in some way, but some
expert probably could answer this in a snap.
how does document.write interpret "" and '' (double quotes and single quotes).what is the significance of &Url (does it signify the current url) colon : is it represented as %3A ? and backslash represented as %2F ?
I really don't know if this is correct but it works! What doesn't work is the active class. If you use one of the buttons in the first tab you go to the right tab but the tab itself has no class called active and that ruins the style.
2) I also have one other question: lets say that all the above is my second page and I have my frontpage in which I also have buttons. I want somebody to use the button and end up in the third tab of page 2. My link is something like
I read that using this should lead you the third tab but it's not working for me. You go to the first tab of page 2 instead.
I've been reading a LOT! Jquery for dummies, I googled, read the forum and other forums. I posted on a Dutch forum but no answer. I've added a lot of different code but it doesn't work.
I have nested tabs in jquery tabs which are pretty simple to do if we want static jquery tabsbut what if we want nested tabs that the remote page should decide what would be the tabs.or in other words i want nested tabs in a remote page (or ajaxified) For example i m calling this page(remote page) through tabs
(1) The lack of support for the hasOwnProperty method in Safari
(2) Odd, intermittent errors in Gecko browsers, something to the effect of "llegal operation on WrappedNative prototype object."
If anyone's familiar with other libraries, or with ideas for working with these issues in using the json.org library, I'd love to hear about them.
There is this technology used in this great website that doesn't stop amusing me, I was just hoping someone could cypher the technology behind it and perhaps reveal it is done with the help of some freely available Library the link to this DSL Internet provider company is:
just insert this postal zip code in there to test the service: 68161that is a German Zip coad for the city Mannheim.
I'm having trouble figuring out why content isn't showing up on the 2nd and 3rd tabs of a tabbed content section embedded on a page. The content shows fine for the first tab but not at all for 2 and 3.
Page of tabbed content is [URL].. It's an OsCommerce site using STS Templates for the pages. Here's the code:
The topic of event handler management has been covered in many places in the past. One location is in the contest by PPK (http:[url]....). The winning submission by John Resig (http:[url]...._and_the_winner_1.html) has a few problems, and the commentary on the site seems to gravitate to the implementation by Dean Edwards (http://dean.edwards.name/weblog/2005/10/add-event2/) after the analysis of the Resig code.I was also able to find a few more implementations on stackoverflow from: Bill Ayakatubby (http:[url]....) and Marco Demaio [url].....
I've decided to use the drag and drop option for my gadgets in my home page. The size of the gadgets may vary and user may choose the gadgets and choose the place too. Is there any api or libraries which I can easily configure the drag and drop option in js and php.
Does anyone know the escape character for & and # like in : Update GDO_INFO_ER set V_COMMENTAIRE='B&A' where V_USERMODIFICATION='bilal123' or Update GDO_INFO_ER set V_COMMENTAIRE='B#A' where V_USERMODIFICATION='bilal123' I would like to insert & and # literally in the table.
The Tempalte: var myfile = "!FILEPATH!"; which becomes: var myfile = "C:mydir hefile.txt";
How can I either autoescape the 's (if possible), or access the raw data so I can replace with ?
How do I rewrite the code to escape the apostrophe and to function in multiple browsers?
Yesterday I discovered a problem on one of my sites: escape function was encoding the same string Salò in two different ways:Sal%F2Sal%C3%B2 This was happening on Firefox 22.214.171.124. In Opera 9.20 was encoded ok every time.
So, in Firefox was a russian roulette . Sometimes was encoding the string like I wanted to, sometimes not. As a solution I use encodeURIComponent(), but the behavior of escape() seems strange to me.