If a user enters the Textile-based code for an image, say:
the textile() method will successfully render a right-float image. Now,
if I want to escape the user’s text using h(), the ‘>’ is turned into an
&. Obviously, the image then fails to render in a browser. Is there
a work around for this?
I guess what I’m really asking is: is there a way to allow the user to
have limited ability to embed HTML in a view, and can Textile still be
used as a friendly way to encode the HTML?