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Encoding utf8 – Link with htmlentities()

What is the recommended way to display some html entities?
I’ve tried with htmlentities() (I did the echo by putting it in a html button ), but it’s not really a clean solution, and also, I’m not sure if the result will be the same.
I’m not sure how could I display them correctly in a db. (is utf8 a good encoding for storage?)


You can use PHP’s html_entity_decode() function to convert foreign characters to their Unicode equivalents.
So you’ll do:
$html = “There 's a time & a place for everything, ' said the old fairy.
<del></del> / #47;”;
$html = html_entity_decode($html);

If you want to explicitly use htmlentities() you could do:
$html = html_entity_decode($html);
$html = htmlentities($html, ENT_QUOTES | ENT_HTML5, ‘UTF-8’);

The reason why htmlentities() doesn’t work properly, especially when using a smaller encoding like UTF-8, is because it doesn’t convert < to </del> / #47;

You should always escape your data before storing it into the database. A lot of times you’ll see people use prepared statements or by filtering user data with preg_replace(), but it doesn’t really protect your data from XSS, as a person with a malicious intent can always use the XSS Filter in their browser to attack your site. You should always be encoding your data before you input it to the database.


Why does Swift have this syntax? Why not just this?

What is the reason for having this syntax:
let myString: String?