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  1. Hi. I am no PHP expert and have mostly done WordPress development during the last many years, so I am more used to the WordPress codebase than anything else. I have learned that it is good practice to escape your output with different WordPress functions, such as esc_attr, esc_url, esc_html etc. There is a list of functions here: https://codex.wordpress.org/Data_Validation Here is an example, taken from this tutorial: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/data-sanitization-and-validation-with-wordpress--wp-25536 <h1> <?php echo esc_html($title); ?> </h1> I am aware that th
  2. Hi, I'm trying to build a search function using selectors but when "sanitizing" a string, containing a comma, with Sanitizer::selectorValue it sometimes removes the comma. Here are some test runs (first row is input, second is selectorValue output) : 'test' 'test' "test' "test" ,test, ' "test '" ' '' ','test' "'test" guns n' roses, mötley crüe "guns n' roses mötley crüe" ','test "'test" "''" "" , "" test, test2 "test, test2" Also in the documentation for selectorValue it says: does this mean you can't search for all characters (comma)?
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