Hi, I have a JS HTML editor (not a WYSIWYG) that I downloaded and it works fine, except that any input with quotes causes it to break. I need the quotes for things like HTML and CSS classes etc.

If I have quotes inside the onClick, it fails completely with an Object expected error. If the quotes are escaped with a \, I get an "unterminated string constant" error, with this showing where a button should be
Code:
','
','body')">
Tried
Code:
class=edleft --- works
class="edleft" --- errors 
class=\"edleft\" --- errors
This is what I have now:
One of the JS button and the doAddTags function.
Code:
// the button code (example)
document.write("<img class=\"edbutton\" src=\"/rail/edim/lft.gif\" name=\"btnCode\" title=\"Align left\" onClick=\"doAddTags('<div class=edleft>','</div>','" + obj + "')\">");

// the bit that handles the onClick
function doAddTags(tag1,tag2,obj) {
textarea = document.getElementById(obj);
 // Code for IE
 if (document.selection) {
 textarea.focus();
 var sel = document.selection.createRange();
 //alert(sel.text);
 sel.text = tag1 + sel.text + tag2;
 } else { 
 // Code for Mozilla
 var len = textarea.value.length;
 var start = textarea.selectionStart;
 var end = textarea.selectionEnd;
 var scrollTop = textarea.scrollTop;
 var scrollLeft = textarea.scrollLeft;
 var sel = textarea.value.substring(start, end);
 //alert(sel);
 var rep = tag1 + sel + tag2;
 textarea.value = textarea.value.substring(0,start) + rep + textarea.value.substring(end,len);
 textarea.scrollTop = scrollTop;
 textarea.scrollLeft = scrollLeft;
 }}
I hope someone can help on this as I'm not much on Javascript and a solution would allow me a lot more scope for button handling in the editor.

Thanks in advance - Ted