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Hi I'm using a xml file to upload info to a flash app. For the xml I used utf-8 encoding but I'm having a problem the "&" symbol isn't displaying rigth.. is displaying & Any ideas on how to solve this problem. thanks german...

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    Hi I'm using a xml file to upload info to a flash app. For the xml I used
    utf-8 encoding but I'm having a problem the "&" symbol isn't displaying
    rigth.. is displaying & Any ideas on how to solve this problem. thanks
    german


    German Hernandez Guest

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    Default Re: xml and special characters

    have you tried putting your content in <]> tags?
    halfeach Guest

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    well.. no. I don't know how to do that.. any help would be really
    appreciated..
    german


    "halfeach" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
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    > have you tried putting your content in <]> tags?

    German Hernandez Guest

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    Default Re: xml and special characters

    Hi I am using an XML image Gallery that uses an XML doc as the DB for my image
    gallery.
    I want to write HTML code fro the text in the <link> node but Flash doesn't
    recognize the HTML.
    Any ideas?

    thanks
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?>
    <images>
    <pic>
    <image>http://www.ccarch.com/images/1/1.jpg</image>
    <caption>Agama </caption>
    <thumbnail>http://www.ccarch.com/images/1/1th.jpg</thumbnail>
    <link>

    </link>
    </pic>
    <pic>
    <image>http://www.ccarch.com/images/1/2.jpg</image>
    <caption>Agama</caption>
    <thumbnail>http://www.ccarch.com/images/1/2th.jpg</thumbnail>
    <link>AgamaGuaynabo, Puerto RicoConstruction Phase 2005 The Agama
    Residence is located in the outskirts of the city of Guaynabo. Being a rural
    area we explore the duality of enclosing and sheltering the occupant from the
    exterior tumult of the street in order to disclose them into the natural
    environment that dwells behind the house. An undulating ?L? shape wall divides
    the ?public? front of the house from the rear ?private? courtyard. A series of
    architectural elements provide a layered transition from solid to translucent,
    establishing this junction between house and nature. Thus nature play an
    important role in the house as light defines forms and shapes; and wind and
    water generate continuous flows which activate the spaces and its inhabitants.
    </link>
    </pic>
    </images>

    juanbbdo Guest

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    Default Re: xml and special characters

    Hi Juan, that can easily be handled with CDATA tags. Google it up, you'll get more tutorials than you can shake a stick at.
    Spreggy Guest

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