On Jun 14, 2012, at 11:35 PM, Ron Piggott wrote:

I have setup the following echo after a database query:

echo "<input type=\"text\" name=\"description\" value=\"" . $email_template['description'] . "\" class= \"contact_center_email_template_maintenance_user_input_data\" />\r\n";

What I don’t understand is what to do in the event the variable $email_template['description'] retrieved in the database query contains a quotation mark “ --- In this event only the word “current” populates the “description” field

<input type="text" name="description" value="current "Verse of the Day daily devotion" e-mail template" class="contact_center_email_template_maintenance_user_input_data" />

Ron Piggott


Try this

<input type="text" name="description" value="<?php echo(htmlspecialchars($email_template['description'])); ?>" class="contact_center_email_template_maintenance_user_input_data" />

or keep it all inside the echo like you had it.

echo "<input type=\"text\" name=\"description\" value=\"" . htmlspecialchars($email_template['description']) . "\" class= \"contact_center_email_template_maintenance_user_input_data\" />\r\n";


Karl DeSaulniers
Design Drumm

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