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3.3.5 Notice

1. Calling parametric id must be the same as form item name.

Such as in the following code, the blue part must be identical and case sensitive.

<input type="hidden" name="content1" value="">

<iframe ID="eWebEditor1" src="/ewebeditor.htm?id=content1&style=coolblue" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" width="500" height="350"></iframe>

 

2. eWebEditor allows putting several examples in the same form. So please make sure the id is one and only in the whole webpage.

Such as:

<form>

<input type="hidden" name="content1" value="">

<iframe ID="eWebEditor1" src="/ewebeditor.htm?id=content1&style=coolblue" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" width="500" height="350"></iframe>

 

<input type="hidden" name="content2" value="">

<iframe ID="eWebEditor2" src="/ewebeditor.htm?id=content2&style=coolblue" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" width="500" height="350"></iframe>

</form>

 

3. When using <textarea> as the original form item, please add style="display:none".

<textarea name="content1" style="display:none"></textarea>

<iframe ID="eWebEditor1" src="/ewebeditor.htm?id=content1&style=coolblue" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" width="500" height="350"></iframe>

 

4. When using <input> as a way to modify forms, you must use double quotation marks instead of single quotation marks. Furthermore, you must add HTML Encode function, otherwise the contents may be intercepted.

 

Such as:

(ASP code)

<input type=hidden name="content1" value="<%=Server.HTMLEncode(str)%>">

or

<textarea name="content1" style="display:none"><%=Server.HTMLEncode(str)%></textarea>

 

(PHP code)

<input type=hidden name="content1" value="<?=htmlspecialchars($str)?>">

or

<textarea name="content1" style="display:none"><%=htmlspecialchars($str)%></textarea>

 

(JSP Code)

You can find htmlEncode function in _example/standard.jsp

<input type=hidden name="content1" value="<%=htmlEncode(str)%>">

OR

<textarea name="content1" style="display:none"><%=htmlEncode(str)%></textarea>

 

(ASP.NET Code)

ASP.NET CodeBehind :

eWebEditorControl1.value = str