> When a user fills out a form field that includes an apostrophe <ex. Jen's >,
> the verify screen shows it as  <Jen\'s> and it

That's because magic_quotes_gpc is enabled in your php.ini file.  You can
turn this off if you wish, or simply do a stripslashes() on the string
you are displaying.

> is then input into the database as <Jen\'s> - automatically adding
> the backslash.

No, here you are confused.  Unless you are doing an addslashes() yourself,
it will go into MySQL correctly.


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