You can of course use htmlspecialcharacters (check php manual if you don't
know what this is) and then it will kill every thing that generates errors.
"William S." <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> I am experimenting with using an XML file as a
> database. One of the things I do is provide
> a way of adding records to the database by an
> html form.
> This seems to work out well so far unless one
> of the fields in a record contains an html
> reference. The result is a Sablotron parse error.
> What is the best way around this? Should I
> validate the form before it is submitted so that
> html references are rejected? How would I do this?
> Amsterdam, NL
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