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    url posting problem in this forum

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    can any one tell me what is exact way of writting url in a post topic. just see my previous topic. you can find out. please help me out.

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    Last edited by sujata ghosh; 11-22-2002 at 01:48 PM.

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    the *'s in the link tell me there was probably an well, erm.. euhh. a dirty word in it they get starred out

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    Since it's likely the "dirty word" filter is catching an incidental string of text I would suggest you encode one or more of the characters much like the space character is encoded as  when it's used in a URL.

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    can u tell me how do encode them? is there any software for them

    www.
    k

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    h

    i

    t

    i

    j

    .com/index.shtml

    these all i want to write. know can u tell me how do i encode them so i can write whole word together. u can check out the site also. it is a foreign exchange consultnacy site.

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    I'll see if the filters can be fined tuned to screen for words, and not sections of a word. In the meantime, you'll need to add a space between each letter within the offending word to have it displayed.
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    use ASCII codes...for example t is a 't'.

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    I was just browsing when I saw this post, I just whipped up an ASP page that writes out all the ASCII codes.

    http://24.226.62.28/projectodyssey/ascii.asp

    Hope it is helpful...I used something like this before to find #34 which is " so I can use chr(34) in my as scripts.
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    I did something like that too, but with javascript...

    http://www.codingforums.com/showthre...&threadid=4627
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    Nice code..
    I think I will create one that will replace the contents of the string submited with the ascii code.
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    thanks all of you for your kind help. from now onwards, i have to covert those word into ascii value so that people can get my site name properly.

    thanks once again for help. hope i will get the same in future too.


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