[TYPO3-english] HTML cleaning
igor at freshdesign.com.mk
Tue Dec 15 13:47:43 CET 2009
I placed the htmlSpecialChars in my setup and still get the same result. Implemented your suggestion and even installed TU/e Breadcrumb ext nothing changes (I get the output I want but the tag markers are still replaced). I just can't get that TV mapping field to remove character replacement.
I'm redeveloping a site that crashed because of DB error (didn't have a DB backup) which was developed in 4.2.8 and worked just fine. Now I'm using 4.2.10 and am getting this issue for the first time.
From: typo3-english-bounces at lists.typo3.org [mailto:typo3-english-bounces at lists.typo3.org] On Behalf Of Joerg Wagner [DigiLog]
Sent: Tuesday, December 15, 2009 9:36 AM
To: typo3-english at lists.typo3.org
Subject: Re: [TYPO3-english] HTML cleaning
htmlSpecialChars is the property you are looking for.
But basically you should not try to create an anchor tag yourself. Use
the typolink object instead. E.g.:
doNotShowLink = 1
stdWrap2.cObject = COA
10 = TEXT
field = nav_title//title
typolink.parameter.field = uid
The typolink param "parameter" allows for a wide variety of URLs and
targets, like internal links ("32"), external links
("http://www.mydomain.de"), JS popup windows ("32 400x500" or
See TSref for all possibilities of the typolink object.
Igor Mitev schrieb am 14.12.2009 19:11:
> Yes it does, because the browser recognizes the output as text and not as a
> <div id="breadcrumb"><a href="index.php?id=1"
> TYPO3 changes even the attribute quotes ...
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> From: typo3-english-bounces at lists.typo3.org
> [mailto:typo3-english-bounces at lists.typo3.org] On Behalf Of Oliver Klee
> Sent: Monday, December 14, 2009 4:47 PM
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> Subject: Re: [TYPO3-english] HTML cleaning
> Igor Mitev schrieb:
>> When the code is generated TYPO3 changes the tag <> symbols to < and
>> and the breadcrumb is rendered as text.
> Does this cause any problems in the output for you?
> Usually, in HTML < and > should be encoded as < and > (unless
> they are part of HTML tags, of course).
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