This paper investigates the problem of quantized feedback control for networked control systems (NCSs) with time-varying delays and time-varying sampling intervals, wherein the physical plant is a continuous-time, and the control input is a discrete-time signal. By using an input delay approach and a sector bound method, the network induced delays, the signal quantization and sampling intervals are presented in one framework in the case of the state and the control input by quantization in a logarithmic form. We exploit a novel Lyapunov functional with discontinuity, taking full advantage of the NCS characteristic information including the bounds of delays, the bounds of sampling intervals and quantization parameters. In addition, it has been shown that the Lyapunov functional is decreased at the jump instants. Furthermore, we use the Leibniz-Newton formula and free-weighting matrix method to obtain the stability analysis and stabilization conditions which are dependent on the NCS characteristic information. The proposed stability analysis and stabilizing controller design conditions can be presented in term of linear matrix inequalities, which have less conservativeness and less computational complexity. Four examples demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed methods.