Find Character Encoding In Any Site

Aug 28, 2009

How can we get character encoding in any site through coding. Actually i need to add an option in my website, in which i am entering a domain name(url of any website i.e.[url]) and through coding i have to find out the character encoding, doctype, frameset.. etc of the entered URL. OR Are there any such links which can help me out to get these parameters directly by passing the url only. how to get the parameters of any site..

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Jul 20, 2005

I have a question if it is possible to manipulate the settings of
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I would suppose the "auto-select" option should be default, so the
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Please, is it possible to use JavaScript or Java applet to get the
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Jun 11, 2010

I'm seeking to send this string via getJSON to my app:Academia-Gate the Nanny State & The Professors: My Brief Email Exchange With The Co-Chair of the Cry Wolf ProjectI have this code immediately prior to the getJSON call:

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Using Firebug, I can see that the text variable containing the above string, does contain it correctly, at the time it is used in my getJSON call. However, using breakpoints, I can see that when this text is received by my php app during the call made by getJSON, it looks like this:cademia-Gate the Nanny State & The Professors: My Brief Email Exchange With The Co-Chair of the șCry Wolf ProjectHow can I correct this?

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How can I find all elements that have a attribute starting with some character?

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May 22, 2009

I have a HTML form which takes some values including a password field. I have a JS function to check and alert when a user enters some particular special characters(this is bcoz only these characters are not allowed in the back end of the html form, all the other special characters are allowed). following is the code for it.

function checklen()
{
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[Code]...

now i want a feature which does'nt allow the user to enter an uppercase letter or a special character(only these are allowed~@#$%^&*()-_+|) as the the first character of the password field. Since i am newbie to JS, It would be a great help if some one can help me to sort out this..

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Here is the vb equivalent:

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Jul 23, 2005

It's the first time I read the following code.
A few js files like the one below, but I don't know how to make them
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Is it a strange character set ? an obfuscation ? both ?
Firefox or IE detects no errors, so the following code is run with no
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<!--
<![CDATA[
]]>
//-->

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May 22, 2006

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I have tested both, encrypting, decrypting, the source and the final files
are identical.

But what I met on a certain site is a js file, encoded I think in another
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This is why I have a question for genarally any information cons. this
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Jul 27, 2006

I am trying to send request using ajax with some japanese text.
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http_request.onreadystatechange = metadataUpdate;
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Sep 19, 2011

I have web form (not MVC) that has bunch of textarea and textboxes where user can input HTML markup. For example, a textarea is provided so users can put YouTube embed iframe html tag where it will be shown on their profile. The problem is that asp.net 4.0 http request validation doesn't like things like ">" or "<", etc. I can put pagevalidation="false" on the page and/or revert back to .net 2.0 validation but why would I want to do that since I have geniuses like you guys that can show me how to do what I want with jquery without jeopardizing security.

So what I want to do is form a handler so when the form is submitted, the content of the textboxes and textarea on the page be encoded (i.e. > to > etc.) before the submission to the asp.net 4.0 so we can keep the httprequest validation stuff happy. I have added a class "mustEncode" to each of the textarea and textboxes.

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<div>

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Dec 5, 2006

this may be more of an "html" issue, but I'll wing it.

i've got a multi-language site, where the home-page of each language group
features a link to a popup window that offers background info on site
management. the popup is fired by a javascript function, when they click
the site management link. there's also a "window close" function button so
they can nuke it as they please.

now, oddly, people who search for my site in the chinese language on google,
are sent directly to the site management popup window, which of course,
opens in their "full" browser window, and which also has no links back to
the main site, because it's meant to open only as an "accessory" to the main
site.

my question is this: is there any way, with Javascript, that I could
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principal site, a link that would be hidden for visitors who clicked the
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