[wp-hackers] wp_enqueue_script() and URLs with 2+ parameters

Glenn Ansley glenn at glennansley.com
Sat Feb 28 00:34:30 GMT 2009

But would it work if you set the header to text/javascipt? Just curious?

On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 7:26 PM, Matt Martz <mdmartz at sivel.net> wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 5:05 PM, Mike Schinkel
> <mikeschinkel at newclarity.net> wrote:
>> "Matt Martz" <mdmartz at sivel.net> wrote:
>>> Exactly what I mentioned earlier.  The browser will convert the
>>> entity to the actual character before making the call.  Whether
>>> it be clicking a link or calling a js or css file.
>> Not true, it was my *mail client* that did the conversion of the information in an email, not my browser.
>>> If you copy and paste the url with the entity into the address
>>>  bar it will however not work.
>> And therein lies the problem. The same happens when a URL is request via the browser from a <script> tag.
>> -Mike Schinkel
>> http://mikeschinkel.com/
> Okay, I put together a quick plugin to prove to myself that either the
> use of &#038; does work or does not work.  In short I found that it
> *does* work.
> I'll even provide my plugin code so that anyone else who wants can test it.
> The code can be found at http://gist.github.com/71796.txt
> Save this as a .php file and place in your plugins directory.  Once
> activated navigate to your blog and you should see a javascript alert
> that either says 'IT WORKED!' or 'IT DIDN'T WORK!" followed by some
> extra data.  It won't do the alert in the admin as I figured it might
> be annoying to try to deal with the alert while activating and
> deactivating.
> --
> Matt Martz
> matt at sivel.net
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