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 Translations, Javascript and Apostrophes

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datadoit
Posted: 02/22/2011, 11:36 AM

When working with translations, normally an apostrophe will work for
server-side translations. However, if you're going to use an apostrophe
in a translation that will be used via javascript (such as a
confirmation message for a button), you MUST escape the apostrophe in
your translation. If you do not, then all javascript on the page will
cease to function.

Example:

Are you sure you want to delete this record's content?

must be escaped via:

Are you sure you want to delete this record\'s content?

This can be easily overlooked when working in your project and using the
same translation for both a server-side event and a client-side event.

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