you might have magic quotes enabled in your PHP installation. Have a look at
http://php.net/manual/de/security.magicquotes.php about that topic.
If you want to unescape the string, use the stripslashes-function
Greetings from Germany
Matthew Croud wrote:
> In my script I want the user to enter some html which is saved to a file,
> I've noticed that php rather cleverly escapes the speech marks, so:
> <a href="www.google.com">Google</a>
> <a href=\"www.google.com\">Google</a>
> Is there some function which prevents or reverts this ? something
> similar to html_entities maybe?
> Many thanks!
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