HTML Special Entities
5.1 - Character Sets and Entity Definitions
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Description:Though there are optional arguments to htmlspecialchars that will cause it to ignore quotes, those arguments were and are rarely used by authors of basic template-driven systems. The result is that all "special chars" are encoded everywhere they occur in the generated HTML, without regard for the context in which they occur. Again, this is not incorrect, it's simply unnecessary. Though the HTML spec has never disallowed use of these chars in text content, it became fairly standard practice to encode them anyway, so that non-spec-compliant browsers and other processors would handle them more gracefully. Reason 2 When HTML content is generated dynamically, for example, by populating an HTML template with simple string values from a database, it's necessary to encode each value before embedding it in the generated content. Some common server-side languages provided a single function for this purpose, which simply encoded all chars that might be invalid in some context within an HTML document. It is not incorrect, though it is now probably unnecessary, unless you're targeting some very archaic platforms.