Escape string for use in HTML
This module exports a single function,
escapeHtml, that is used to escape
a string of content such that it can be interpolated in HTML content.
$ npm install escape-html
Escape special characters in the given string of text, such that it can be interpolated in HTML content.
This function will escape the following characters:
Note that the escaped value is only suitable for being interpolated into
HTML as the text content of elements in which the tag does not have different
escaping mechanisms (it cannot be placed inside
respectively; these are known as "raw text elements" in the HTML standard).
Note when using the escaped value within a tag, it is only suitable as
the value of an attribute, where the value is quoted with either a double
quote character (
") or a single quote character (
escapeHtml function is designed to accept a string input of text and
return an escaped value to interpolate into HTML.
var escapeHtml = require('escape-html') // example values var desc = 'I <b>think</b> this is good.' var fullName = 'John "Johnny" Smith' // example passing in text into a html attribute console.dir('<input name="full_name" value="' + escapeHtml(fullName) + '">') // -> '<input name="full_name" value="John "Johnny" Smith">' // example passing in text in html body console.dir('<textarea name="desc">' + escapeHtml(desc) + '</textarea>') // -> '<textarea name="desc">I <b>think</b> this is good.</textarea>'
$ npm run-script bench > email@example.com bench nodejs-escape-html > node benchmark/index.js firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com-DEV firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com modules@11 firstname.lastname@example.org 1 test completed. 2 tests completed. 3 tests completed. no special characters x 19,435,271 ops/sec ±0.85% (187 runs sampled) single special character x 6,132,421 ops/sec ±0.67% (194 runs sampled) many special characters x 3,175,826 ops/sec ±0.65% (193 runs sampled)