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From:chaim.rieger Date:August 2 2008 10:10pm
Subject:Re: Blocking HTML code in inserts?
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Doubt this can be done easily if at all.
Accept only text and no html. But even that should be the job of the form validator



------Original Message------
From: Skip Evans
To: mysql@stripped
Sent: Aug 2, 2008 14:16
Subject: Blocking HTML code in inserts?

Hey all,

What is the most effective way to block HTML code 
in insert statements?

I have a client with a comments form that is being 
bombarded with people inserting references to 
their own sites, etc, and I need an effective way 
to filter basically any HTML tags at all.

Thanks,
Skip
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