On 15 Jul 2010, at 04:12, Dave M G wrote:
> Yes, stripslashes() was the problem. I've removed it and the code works.
> However, it seems that when I send JSON data from a Javascript file, 
> stripslashes() is necessary. That's why I had it there. I'm not entirely sure 
> what's going on there, so obviously more experimentation is needed.

Presumably, thanks to your PHP settings, you need stripslashes() on all $_GET, 
$_POST, and $_COOKIE input.


This does not apply to input from other sources.

Benjamin Hawkes-Lewis
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