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Quotes not escaped in title attribute

  1. Can we post bugs here? Ok, I will...

    Create a post, and use quotes in the title, something like:

    HTML "Error" eh?

    Save the post.

    Go to the home page of your WordPress.com blog, and attempt to validate the markup.

    It won't. This is what was output:

    <a href="http://raster.wordpress.com/2006/03/02/html-error-eh/#comments" title="Comment on HTML "Error" eh?">[3] Comments</a>

    It should be like so:

    <a href="http://raster.wordpress.com/2006/03/02/html-error-eh/#comments" title="Comment on HTML “Error” eh?">[3] Comments</a>

    Which is what happens on the individual post page, but not on the home page.

    Thanks!

  2. Crap, of course it got eaten a bit...

    Second example should be like so:

    <a href="http://raster.wordpress.com/2006/03/02/html-error-eh/#comments" title="Comment on HTML “Error” eh?">[3] Comments</a>

    (Just in case, that's & # 8220; and & # 8221; around the word Error, minus the spaces.)

  3. Argh! Third Try...

    Second example should be like so:

    <a href="http://raster.wordpress.com/2006/03/02/html-error-eh/#comments" title="Comment on HTML “Error” eh?">[3] Comments</a>

  4. I give up, you get the idea...

  5. Did you send a feedback about this? If not, you should -- while the developers drop in here occasionally, they do promise to read every feedback sent and bugs stand a much better chance of getting fixed if reported that way.

    (If you already sent a feedback, thanks.)

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