ocalocal at btinternet.com
Wed Mar 9 12:43:27 PST 2005
> "Stephen Silver" <ocalocal at btinternet.com> writes:
> > There's also the matter of correctly encoding ampersands in the
> > metadata. They need to be written as & (or as numeric character
> > references), otherwise they will be treated as markup. Similarly,
> > less-than signs need to be written as <, and, to be safe,
> > greater-than signs should be written as >. (These three
> > character entity references can be used in XML without being
> > declared.)
> Presumably also " is supported, yes?
Yes, ' and " are supported because they are needed in
single-quoted and double-quoted attribute values, respectively.
These five are the only ones.
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