I would like CKEditor to encode all special characters. Currently it only html escapes >, <, and & I believe.
I need the current html markup of this
Let's take a "ride!"
to become something like this
Let’s take a “ride!”
In this situation, the
Let's take a "ride!" is still what would display to the user, but the html should reflect the encoding so my styling is properly applied.
I am seeing that Drupal 7 had a config.js file that could be modified to accommodate this; however, Drupal 8 does not have this by default and does not seem to recognize it when one is created.
Does anyone know how I can make this happen?
EDIT: our content authors are using the Basic HTML editor permissions.
A clean solution would be to alter your twig template to include escape. There are plenty of examples in that guide.
Answered by Wim Mostrey on December 22, 2021
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