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PHP Enhancing a Simple PHP Application Adding Search: Controller & View Escaping Output Review

Tong Vang
Tong Vang
9,926 Points

Search Challenge

Show the search term after a none search result.

<input type="text" name="s" value = "<?php if(isset($_GET["s"])) { echo htmlspecialchars($_GET["s"]); } ?>">

Why am I getting need to use value attribute?

3 Answers

Tong Vang
Tong Vang
9,926 Points

Still say the same thing.

Jordan Mogck
Jordan Mogck
5,529 Points

Don't include an if statement. This should be your value attribute:

            value="<?php echo htmlspecialchars($search_term); ?>"
            ```