Converts special characters such as
%20(a space) into their representations.
Syntax<DEBABBLE VALUE="TRUE or FALSE"/>
DEBABBLEtag, often used in conjunction with Sites variables, converts special characters such as
%22(quotation marks) into their representations. By default,
DEBABBLEis set to
true; however, you can set it to
falseto keep Sites from converting these special characters. For more information about variables, see the Sites Developer's Guide.
The following table describes the character conversions:
Character Representation %22 " %20 (space) %3c < %3e > %26 & %09 n (line feed) %0d r (carriage return) %0a + (tab) %25 % (percent)
DEBABBLEworks with the following tag/argument pairs only:
ARGUMENT VALUE BEGINS WHAT CALLELEMENT PACKEDARGS ENDS WHAT INDEXOF WHAT LOGMSG STR SEARCH WHAT SETSSVAR VALUE SETVAR VALUE SQLEXP VERB STRINGLIST DELIM SUBSTITUTE WHAT WITH
In the following example, the first
CSVARdisplays the phrase "Hello World," the second displays "Hello%20World," and the last line sets
DEBABBLEback to its default value.<!-- debabble is automatically on (set to true) --> <SETVAR NAME="greeting" VALUE="Hello%20World"/> <CSVAR NAME="Variables.greeting"/><BR/> <DEBABBLE VALUE="false"/> <SETVAR NAME="hello" VALUE="Hello%20World"/> <CSVAR NAME="Variables.hello"/><BR/> <!--set debabble back to it's original state --> <DEBABBLE VALUE="true"/>
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