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Old 20th September 2006, 18:58
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Originally Posted by Boon-Dog-Danny
thats it.. how do I do that?

do I just type stripslashes() in my terminal window?
No, it's a PHP function, so you must use it in your PHP scripts:

Originally Posted by Boon-Dog-Danny
I'm thinking this has to be someone changing my system files.. how could they be doing this.. any ideas?

thanks tons Falko
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