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entity_encoding

This option controls how entities/characters get processed by TinyMCE. The value can be set as shown in Encoding Types below.

The base entities < > & ' and " will always be entity encoded into their named equivalents. Though ' and " will only be encoded within attribute values and < > will only be encoded within text nodes. This is correct according too the HTML and XML specs.

Encoding Types

Name Summary
named Characters will be converted into named entities based on the entities option. For example, a non-breaking space could be encoded as  .
numeric Characters will be converted into numeric entities. For example, a non-breaking space would be encoded as  .
raw All characters will be stored in non-entity form except these XML default entities: & < > "

Example of usage of the entity_encoding option:

tinyMCE.init({
    ...
    entity_encoding : "raw"
});

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