TEXT AREA

1. Jolene Guest

TEXT AREA

I WOULD LIKE TO USE A TEXT AREA TO SEND FEEDBACK TO THE DATABASE BUT IT CRASHES ON A SIMPLE &#039(SINGLE QUOTE) I KNOW THERE IS A WAY AROUND THIS USING VBSCRIPT BUT CANNOT FIND ANY REFERENCE TO IT...<BR>PLEASE HELP

2. Senior Member
Join Date
Dec 1969
Posts
226

RE: TEXT AREA

I&#039m sure it is in FAQ, but you can use <BR>strTemp = Replace(strTemp, "&#039", "&#039&#039")

3. lagerBoy Guest

There's a fraction in my function

Try this:<BR><BR>&#060;%<BR>Function StringTidy(b)<BR>b = Replace(b,"&#039","&#039&#039")<BR>StringTidy = Trim(b)<BR>&#039There is&#039t really a fraction in here :)<BR>&#039I was just listening to the old song<BR>&#039There&#039s a fraction too much friction.<BR>End Function<BR><BR><BR>myValue = StringTidy(Request.Form("foo"))<BR>%&#062;<BR>

4. CultureVulture Guest

RE: There's a fraction in my function

Who&#039s Foo? Me or You?

5. Russian Neil Armstrong Guest

RE: There's a fraction in my function

I think that&#039s his suurname. His first name is Vladimir.

6. dlakfj Guest

RE: There's a fraction in my function

7. Robbie Bennet Guest

RE: There's a fraction in my function

I&#039m Foo, You&#039re fool! :) Just kidding.

8. Rex
Junior Member
Join Date
Dec 1969
Posts
16

RE: There's a fraction in my function

No, Foo is an American mythical character. He was born in the Grafitti sub-culture.<BR><BR>Foo Foo Foo Foo FOo FoO

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