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HTML markup showing on webpage

Thread began 12/07/2018 4:29 am by mrs | Last modified 6/11/2020 3:53 pm by mrs | 772 views | 12 replies


HTML markup showing on webpage

I've manually added some code to DB records... for example:

<p>Stock item.</p> <p>Choice of wood finishes.</p> <p>Various types available ranging from basic tables to tables with storage drawers.</p>

So, nothing out of the ordinary, but it is printing on the page as shown above.

I've called the text in via a MySQLi recordset and placed on the page as a normal databinding, and within the bindings panel I have tried to convert new lines to BRs and have tried encode HTML entities. In the previous DA it used to print as expected and the HTML mark up styles content how it's meant to, but not so with this version.

Why's this happening? Has something changed between MySQL and MySQLi that has caused this?


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