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Paul Reinheimer's Blog:
Today's Funcaday (Escaping)
January 07, 2008 @ 11:15:00

Paul Reinheimer, one of two behind the funcaday website (providing details on one PHP function each day and special content on the weekends) has posted a supplement to this weekend's posting covering escaping.

The disadvantage with the escape for now, not for later approach is simple. If you save a user's post to the database, then that user's post is displayed 2,000 times there will be some serious differences. [...] You will need to balance your security concerns with performance needs.

The comments on his post back up his suggestions (and include other tips like a recommendation to cache on an even higher level - page blocks).

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