You'll have to look into stripslashes function (of the top of my head)
PHP automatically puts slashes around variables
On Fri, 2003-08-22 at 23:35, Joe Walker wrote:
> I've got a form (for sending mail to a user) and the user input is in an
> html form using the post method to pass:
> <textarea name="message" rows="10" cols="80" wrap="virtual">
> along with some other vars to a php page which sends the message using:
> mail("[EMAIL PROTECTED]", $msgSubject, $message, "From: $addyFrom");
> But if you type:
> What's it's problem? I've got flippin' issues!
> In the message box, it comes in e-mail as:
> What\'s it\'s problem? I\'ve got flippin\' issues!
> Escaping every apostrophe.
> How do I have this not happen?
> Thanks in advance.
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