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Timestamp:
12/12/2016 01:44:26 AM (4 years ago)
Author:
dd32
Message:

Customize: Prevent single quotes (apostrophes) in custom_css values from unexpectedly causing false positives for unbalanced character validation errors.

Props westonruter.
See #39218, #35395.
Merges [39559] to the 4.7 branch.
Fixes #39198.

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branches/4.7
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  • branches/4.7/src/wp-includes/customize/class-wp-customize-custom-css-setting.php

    r39350 r39567  
    192192        }
    193193
    194         // Ensure single quotes are equal.
    195         if ( ! $this->validate_equal_characters( '\'', $css ) ) {
    196             $validity->add( 'unequal_single_quotes', __( 'Your single quotes <code>\'</code> are uneven. Make sure there is a closing <code>\'</code> for every opening <code>\'</code>.' ) );
    197             $imbalanced = true;
    198         }
    199 
    200         // Ensure single quotes are equal.
     194        // Ensure double quotes are equal.
    201195        if ( ! $this->validate_equal_characters( '"', $css ) ) {
    202196            $validity->add( 'unequal_double_quotes', __( 'Your double quotes <code>"</code> are uneven. Make sure there is a closing <code>"</code> for every opening <code>"</code>.' ) );
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