On Mon, 2009-09-07 at 12:14 -0500, Skip Evans wrote:
> Ashley Sheridan wrote:
> > How are you outputting those URLs? PHP won't just automatically converty
> > '%20' to a '\ '.
> > What is the raw URL format you're getting from FCKEditor?
> > Thanks,
> > Ash
> > http://www.ashleysheridan.co.uk
> The raw code in the FCKeditor looks like this:
> (withing an <img...> tag of course)
> But when the page displays and the images do not appear,
> viewing the image's properties shows this: (Notice the %5C).
> That %5C is what I think is being converted to a slash. Why it
> shows up is baffling me.
> I simply output the code from the FCKeditor with a plain echo
> to the browser.
> But then if I right-click the image to view it, that's when I
> see this
> The requested URL /clients/client_118/images//Event\
> images/Show\ ads/catspaw1compressed.jpg was not found on this
> So it seems it's not preserving the %20 as coded spaces, and
> also converting that %5C to a slash!
> Skip Evans
> Big Sky Penguin, LLC
> 503 S Baldwin St, #1
> Madison WI 53703
> Those of you who believe in
> telekinesis, raise my hand.
> -- Kurt Vonnegut
I believe %5C is the http code for %.
Are you saying then that FCKEditor is sending the %20 encoded URL when
you submit the form? I've not had any problems using FCKEditor myself.
Have you tried using str_replace('%20', ' ', $url) on the URL when you
receive it from the form?
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