[Phpwm] How to create a page on a server from a browser

pete graham petegraham1 at gmail.com
Tue May 2 22:10:24 BST 2006

FCKEditor is a good Javascript WYSIWYG editor, I have used it in one of my
previous projects. It simply replaces a text area with the editor. It also
creates html so there is no need to convert \n to <br>.

It comes with some PHP scripts which if enabled can give your users the
ability to upload files, very useful if your creating a simple CMS as I was.


On 02/05/06, David Goodwin <david at codepoets.co.uk> wrote:
> Ray Masa wrote:
> > Hmmm....those are a few thinks I have not thought about.  Thanks for
> > that, I would have to take these (and Rob Allen's) suggestions into
> > account.
> 1) Use prepared SQL statements; there is no chance of you then getting
> the sql sanitisation/escaping wrong :)
> 2) Consider using something like Smarty - I'll show how (at the meeting)
> it and a few helper functions can be used to remove any need to worry
> about HTML injection (cross site scripting etc etc)
> 3) If using the Javascript inline editor, I'd have thought translating a
> \n to a <br> is not necessary (surely they return html for you when the
> user clicks 'submit' anyway?)
> thanks
> David.
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> David Goodwin
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