note: make sure you put a left angle bracket in front of the Virtual directives --- for some reason I can't do it in here without losing info behind the bracket, so I left them off the example
Thats because your browser interprets anything within angle brackets to be an HTML tag. You need to quote these brackets if you want them to appear correctly. The proper quotes are:
&lt; for <
&gt; for >
So, for example, you would have to type:
&lt;VirtualHost blahblah&gt; to have that line show up properly in the forum.
I have a text file which looks like this:
I want to get rid of these square brackets and also the text that is inside these brackets. So that my final text file looks like this:
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I think that HTML code within posts should be turned off -- the vB Code can provide all the features we need. Then, you should modify the program to automatically escape any angle brackets, so that < gets translated to &lt; and > gets translated to &gt;
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