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React mistakenly html escapes quotes in attribute names

Asked By: Anonymous

I have a Next.js / (SSR React) app. I am passing a property through props into a meta component. The tag that gets the string looks like this:

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 <meta property="og:description" content={ `${description}` } />

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The content being put in there looks like this: "This is a quote" - Quotes" from a javascript string. The result looks like this: &quot;This is a quote &quot;. What I am looking for is the string that’s passed into the meta tag, not escaped double quotes. What is going on here and how can I fix i?

PS: I tried using unicode chars, putting the description outside of a string literal, and something like let q = String.chartocode(38) then adding q in place of double quotes. All had the same result.


Solution

Answered By: Anonymous

This is proper escaping, since <meta property="og:description" content=""This is a quote" - Quotes" /> is not valid html. The double quotes need to be escaped.

Further, OpenGraph does support html entities in attributes, so &quot;This is a quote&quot; - Quotes should be displayed as "This is a quote" - Quotes in the OpenGraph parsed view.

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