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escape-html 1.0.3

Escape string for use in HTML
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20 Aug 2012
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1 Sep 2015
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does escape-html do?

The "escape-html" is a popular npm package utilized for escaping strings for use in HTML. This tool is hugely beneficial in preventing cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks by sanitizing user input. By replacing special characters in strings with corresponding HTML entities, it helps to neutralize any possible injected malicious scripts.

How do you use escape-html?

To use the "escape-html" npm package in your JavaScript project, you first need to install it using npm with the command below in your terminal:

npm install escape-html

Following installation, you can import and use it to escape any string for HTML. Here's an example of how to use it in your code:

var escape = require('escape-html');
var html = escape('foo & bar');
console.log(html);
// Output: foo & bar

In the code snippet above, you are escaping the string 'foo & bar', and the package replaces the '&' character with the corresponding HTML entity '&'.

Where are the escape-html docs?

The documentation for the "escape-html" npm package can be found on the package's GitHub page. Although the README provided there is brief, it explains what the package does and gives an example of how to use it. For more complex or specific use-cases, you might have to rely on external resources, articles, tutorials, or forums that deal with the package. The link to the GitHub page is https://github.com/component/escape-html.