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    [COLOR=rgb(0, 0, 0)]Was curious to know what some of you use out there. I use simple HTML/CSS, which i know is dangerous so i need to improve my design and coding skills in this area. Whats a good validation? I've seen in the past a way when someone sends through a form it clears all the code and makes it appear as just plain text but for the life of me i cant remember what it was called. I also see through searches their are ways to code it through jQuery and PHP, but which one will be ideal? I would probably just pull code and edit to my liking.[/COLOR]


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    lol, shtml or is it shhhhhtml?
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    PHP first. That way, everyone gets it validated.
    jQuery after, for optional functionality.

    This is where Mare will claim I'm a Microsoft fanboy, but it's also where I'd like to suggest the ASP.net framework might be easier for you. It's got some wicked standard validators such as the required field validator that make life so much easier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGAME1264, post: 205313
    PHP first. That way, everyone gets it validated.
    jQuery after, for optional functionality.
    I absolutely agree.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheGAME1264, post: 205313
    This is where Mare will claim I'm a Microsoft fanboy, but it's also where I'd like to suggest the ASP.net framework might be easier for you. It's got some wicked standard validators such as the required field validator that make life so much easier.
    I absolutely couldn't resist...

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    whats the php function to clear everything and make it just text. as if you are sending a virus to someone



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