Another one bites the dust...

I finished up the new Dreamweaver 8 Beyond the Basics title for on Friday. After 4 solid days in a little sound-proof room, it's time to head back home and catch up on all of the emails and questions from readers. The Beyond the Basics title covers advanced template usage, building multi-column CSS layouts, using some rapid coding techniques in Dreamweaver you might not have known where there, as well as a chapter on getting your feet wet with dynamic development in Dreamweaver 8.

Before I left I also recorded a few pick ups for the Dynamic Development with Dreamweaver 8 title, which should hopefully be released in the next week or two.

Posted by Daniel Short on Feb 12, 2006 at 12:00 AM | Categories: (X)HTML - Books - ColdFusion - CSS - Dreamweaver -



Bubo wrote on 02/16/06 4:08 AM

i don`t know if this is the right category for this post but please read it and help !!! how do i stop people from inserting HTML tags in my forms ? i`m building a site and there is a link for coments , and if i insert pure HTML in it , it renders it and messes up my page ! Please help me on how to stop this . by the way im using PHP . best wishes Bubo
Daniel Short

Daniel Short wrote on 02/16/06 4:08 AM

Hi Bubo, Your best bet is to HTML Encode the output, so that the actual HTML displays in the browser. That's the easiest way anyhow... I'm no PHP expert, but you could probably use the strip_tags function to do it as well.