highlight results with javascript and escaping contents of tag

highlight results with javascript and escaping contents of tag

March 21, 2013

substitute regexp by this one var search_regexp = new RegExp(‘(?!

]*?>)>([^]*)?(?![^<]*?

)<','ig');

function highlightWordSearching(componentId, search){
    if(search && !search.blank()){
    search = search.replace(‘&’,’&’);
        var search_regexp = new RegExp(‘>([^]*)?<','ig');
        $(componentId).innerHTML = $(componentId).innerHTML.replace(search_regexp,’>$1$2$3<');
    }
}

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