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comment looking for a small CMS with features
Why is not being able to do enterprise a BAD thing? Frankly, no one is going to create a cms that is not usable for most sites - it just wouldn't be worth it, and most people would hate the cms for not being flexible enough. Inline editing requires a higher end system as well.
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comment joomla vs concrete5 for database driven site
In that case, definitely concrete5. It by far has the best interface for computer idiots to work with.
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comment HTML Scrollable table vertically and horizontally
As for your text too long dilemma mentioned in the comments, are you using any server side language? IF so, I would create a function to use substring to try and add a "-" to the middle of the word if over a certain amount of characters.
Feb
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comment HTML Scrollable table vertically and horizontally
Well, the width should be <1900 if you know you will have 19 columns, correct?
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answered HTML Scrollable table vertically and horizontally
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comment PHP: trying to create a new line with "\n"
Did you View source if you are using a browser? That is where the newline would show, in just the source code. Also, what OS are you using? Some require an \r\n.
Apr
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revised Decoding mysql_real_escape_string() for outputting HTML
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comment Decoding mysql_real_escape_string() for outputting HTML
That question has no reference at all to this (it is not about whether slashes take up characters in mysql). A. I don't use magic quotes B. I stand corrected on needing to use stripslashes on html_entity_decode. It is not clearly documented on the manual page, and it is nice to know. HOWEVER, it is not necesarily a bad thing to get into the habit of doing (running stripslashes before anything else), in case you want the option of making the entities converted or not.
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comment Decoding mysql_real_escape_string() for outputting HTML
My database class runs real_escape_string before every insert. In order to get rid of the slashes in front of the quotes, I have to run stripslashes, or the slashes are escaped. I absolutely know how it works - I write this stuff all the time. He's trying to get his html back, there are slashes. How other than stripslashes do you plan on doing this without overcomplicating it? He needs to make sure he has the entities back first though! The issues is he's running strip first, he should be running decode first.
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revised Decoding mysql_real_escape_string() for outputting HTML
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comment Decoding mysql_real_escape_string() for outputting HTML
He DOES need to strip the slashes out, as he ran escape string on it first. He encoded it, now he needs to decode it to get rid of the slashes in the output. Hence the \ appearing before the &quot;.
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answered Decoding mysql_real_escape_string() for outputting HTML
Mar
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comment How to check if all values in array are identical?
Or, you can create a new variable with the array in it, and leave the original array alone.
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answered How to target specific letter/word with jquery?
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comment How to target specific letter/word with jquery?
In a case like this, is this running through a program which will correct the html entities first? & is often outputted as &amp;
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answered netbeans ftp configuration
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answered How to Keep to GPL Licence When Modifying a Script
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