Great Scotty !!!
I’ll sure have a use for it, combined with FrondEndDocumentManager (a.k.a FDM) and those rich text areas
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I know this is an old post but I’m needing a way to purify text that is submitted by a webuser...
I am allowing users to submit text in a textarea and I want to restrict the code that is allowed in the textarea. I would like to use this purify plugin but it’s not doing anything for me...
I have a textarea and I put <div>TEST</div> in the form and submitted, the code was sent and saved but not purified. Any idea why that would be and if this plugin is suitable?
EDIT : How can I stop any HTML elements being input in to forms completely. Allowing the user to input HTML tags is causing my pages to loose shape if the user input incorrect tags or doesn’t close them