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I currently have a <p> where it changes to a textarea when a button is clicked How do I preserve the whitespace when saving that text to a database and displaying back to a <p>?

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In a Text Area or Rich Edit Text Box I need to control whitespaces in between strings. For example if I have a : 1234 this is text test123. When I restore this information on the text area the spaces between those strings are not respected and only 1 space is in between those strings. When I browsed forums I see that we can use <pre> to hold the formats. I am new to programming don't know whether I need to work on HTML DOM for this text area or I can handle it in Javascript.

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<P> x <P>
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Right now, apostrophes work because I have the input fields coded as value="". I have not found a way for JavaScript to retrieve the field's value if double quotes are entered by the user. If I change the parameter to value='' (single quotes) then the apostrophes probably won't work.

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Jul 20, 2005

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<P> y <P>
<P> i <P>
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I have several xml files and a common stylesheet on the server. In my
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May 10, 2006

I'm trying to figure out reading XML into Javascript, and, frustrating as that is alone, what really boggles my mind is Mozilla's default NOT to ignore whitespace! I realize this may have its applications, but for the sake of my sanity (not to mention being cross-browser), I NEED to parse my XML document WITHOUT whitespace!

All I want to do essentially, is read in an XML document that has, let's say, 100 or so <character> nodes off the root, and output their text values into the HTML. Not so hard right? But if I make an XML document that I can actually READ (so that I don't go insane), I'm going to wind up with much more than 100 nodes thanks to reading in the whitespace... what can I do about this?

I've seen custom functions that will remove the whitespace nodes for me, but certainly there's an easier way to do this?!?

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Nov 8, 2009

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Aug 24, 2006

I'm trying to access the source of an HTML page with as few alterations
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the source, and takes out whitespace (i.e., line feeds, carriage
returns and tabs) within tags and between tags. The follow function:

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doesn't add or alter any tags that are absent in the source, and does
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all non-line-feed whitespace within tags and all whitespace in general
between tags.

It seems that preserving whitespace is all that I need, but I haven't
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Oct 12, 2005

I have a JavaScript string. I want to replace all consecutive
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For example, say I have a string consisting of:

-- 3 spaces
-- The characters "hello"
-- 2 newline (
) characters
-- The characters "goodbye"
-- 5 spaces

After applying some sort of regular expression to replace consecutive
occurrences of whitespace chars with the string "X", the string should
consist of the following:

-- The character "X"
-- The characters "hello"
-- The character "X"
-- The characters "goodbye"
-- The character "X"

How could I do this using regular expressions? I'm quite familiar with
JavaScript but don't know anything about regular expressions or using
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