Y'all should also be aware that there is a http://php.net/strip_tags
function to rip out all the HTML tags except a select few you want to

> Preg functions are faster, though. And, if you're interested in
> little speed tweaks, use single quotes - ' - rather than double
> quotes - " - here. With double quotes, PHP searches the quoted string
> for variables or escape characters to replace.

Somebody measured this speed difference once, and I think the difference
came out to be so small that the inherent error in the measurement was

PHP still has to search 'string' for \' and \\, so I guess it just isn't
that different.

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