Thank you for your reply. My magic_quotes_runtime is set to 'Off'. As you
said, I shouldn't have to use StripSlashes but would I still need to use
AddSlashes when inserting/updating? I can see the slashes in the database
when I look at the tables but I am fairly sure that I do not add slashes
twice? Are they being added automatically somewhere as a result of a setting
in the php.ini file?
With regards to my use of mysql_result as opposed to mysql_fetch_*
functions, I was ignorant of the performance hit and I will now re think
around my database code.

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