Perhaps I don't understand the use of 'htmlentities' too well, but I would
like newlines to be retained/inserted into a db, and then if displayed, to
produce a new line from a textarea. However, I want the possibility of
dangerous html excluded (hence the use of 'htmlentities').
Is there some way of excluding '\n \r ' and other newline indicators from
'htmlentities()'? Perhaps a combination of preg_match and something else? I'm
a bit brained-fried struggling with other errant parts of this code since 6
Any ideas how I could proceed?
The code far:
. . .
/* Verification script. Adds sponsor's name, city, prov, country and current
date at end of 'request' string */
. . .
$request = $_POST['request'];
$request = ucfirst($request);
$html = htmlentities($request);
/* $html defuses all newlines . . . sigh */
$title = $_POST['title'];
$title = ucfirst($title);
$title = htmlentities($title);
$date = date('Y-m-d');
print "<h2>Preview of Request from
. . .
Any ideas or advice will be most gratefully accepted.
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