From the 2gis API I got the following JSON string.
Does Python have a function that I can use to escape special characters in a string?
Is there a way to declare a string variable in python such that everything inside of it is automatically escaped, or has its literal character value?
I want the newline
n to show up explicitly when printing a string retrieved from elsewhere. So if the string is ‘abcndef’ I don’t want this to happen:
I have problem with HTTP headers, they’re encoded in ASCII and I want to provided a view for downloading files that names can be non ASCII.
I’m writing a very simple social share plugin for a client. I’m using these two functions to display the share buttons at the bottom of each post:
I’m creating a template for comments on my WordPress site. I noticed that a simple
<script>alert(1);</script> slips through the default WP codex implementation of comments, using the
comment_text() function to display my comments. No bueno.
I am currently developing my first WordPress plugin. A few days ago I submitted it to WordPress for review. Unfortunately, the plugin was not (yet) published, because I still have to close some security issues. More specifically, it is about the fact that data must be Sanitized, Escaped, and Validated.
I’m having trouble understanding how to escape a translated string with WordPress…
Here’s my issue. I have a custom post type that I’m attaching a custom taxonomy to. This taxonomy will allow the admin to provide search suggestions that will ensure the post is found when a user searches. This taxonomy is also used on the front-end to autocomplete the search field with these suggestions.