Sorry I wasn't very clear. What I meant is that I am dealing with sequential quotes not embedded quotes. There is some likelihood that someone (me for example
) will use more than 5 sequential quotes, but highly unlikely that someone would use more that 5 levels of embedded quotes.
So adjusting the parameter to 10 won't break anything when folks use up to 10 sequential quotes, but as the warning msg states it MIGHT break someone's browser if there are 10 embedded quotes. Fortunately the last case is unlikely to ever happen.
It makes sense to me that the same parameter is used for both; it's just a limit for quotes of any kind, period. So to allow 10 sequential quotes, you must also allow 10 embedded quotes. However, I think the danger of a problem is very low.
Thanks again for making it 10. That should handle 99.999999% of the cases with negligible risk.