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#1 2020-07-30 05:56:56

colak
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[SOLVED] strip textile

In shortcodes we can have the same attribute/yield serving different contexts. For example I am using <txp:yield name="title" escape="textile" /> which allows h3. my title but I am also using it as an alt tag for images on another part of the code where I am calling it without the escape: <txp:yield name="title" />. Considering that I will not be able to control what textile will be included there, is there a way to just strip textile, or limit it to some basic tags such as bold, italic, headers?


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#2 2020-07-30 07:32:41

jakob
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Re: [SOLVED] strip textile

colak wrote #324980:

Considering that I will not be able to control what textile will be included there, is there a way to just strip textile, or limit it to some basic tags such as bold, italic, headers?

There’s a lite version of Textile but I don’t think it’s possible to choose that with the escape tag.

Perhaps you can do it the other way round:

  • use escape="textile" for your title.
  • use escape="textile, tags" for your alt tag to textile it and then strip out all html tags.

Does that give you what you want?


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#3 2020-07-30 07:53:34

colak
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Re: [SOLVED] strip textile

That indeed did do it. Thanks so much Julian.


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