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duckmanjbr
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 8:40 am Reply with quote

I'm having a problem with all the text input blocks on my site. This sounds like a big problem but I think it could just be a single or a few bad files. Maybe somefile got corrupt. I changed webhosts a few weeks ago and everything went smooth other than this problem that I have just now noticed. I've tested everything else I can think of and everything else is working so it's limited to just this problem. Here's what happens:

For example: As Admin go to messages and type in a new message. Once I'm done and hit the preview button the result is everywhere I used a ' there is an added \. I'll give an example:

Inputed text:
Code:
It's a nice day's!


Text that appears after I hit submit or preview: (bad english just for the example)
Code:
It\'s a nice day\'s


This problem is site wide and happens everywhere I can input text! I tried to change the Admin block by adding extra links and the same type of thing is happening! Here's another example:
When I edit the HTML code of my Admin Block I enter this simple code:
Code:
<strong>&middot;</strong> <a href="admin.php" target="_self">Administration</a><br />

<strong>&middot;</strong> <a target="_self" href="admin.php?op=logout">Logout</a>


I hit the update button and then I hit the "save block" button. I then go back into the block and view the HTML again and it was changed to this non-working code:
Code:
<strong>&middot;</strong> <a target="\_self\" href="%5Cadmin.php%5C">Administration</a><br />

<strong>&middot;</strong> <a href="%5Cadmin.php?op=logout%5C" target="\_self\">Logout</a>


See the extra that is being placed in the code? If I simply hit the "save block" button again without changing any code it adds more to the code again now resulting in:
Code:
<strong>&middot;</strong> <a href="%5C%5Cadmin.php%5C%5C" target="\\\_self\\\">Administration</a><br />

<strong>&middot;</strong> <a target="\\\_self\\\" href="%5C%5Cadmin.php?op=logout%5C%5C">Logout</a>


What part of Nuke controls the text input or the HTML input? I have no problem re-uploading files but can someone just point me in the right direction to start?
 
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kguske
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 11:53 am Reply with quote

Those are problems with addslashes and stripslashes not being used appropriately in 7.8. There are many other issues with this version, and I recommend moving to patched 7.6 distribution, like RavenNuke.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 12:27 pm Reply with quote

Try disabling magic_quotes_gpc

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 12:34 pm Reply with quote

If it requires magic_quotes off, shouldn't that be specified in installation instructions? I haven't checked - maybe it is.
 
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 1:11 pm Reply with quote

How should I disable them? Sounds like something in the config file but I don't have anything there for magic quotes! Question I have this same install running on a home webserver and it works fine! This is just a problem after the upload was completed to a faster webhost! Thats why I think it's a corrupted file!
 
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 6:46 pm Reply with quote

I believe chatserv assumes it is off .. ?
magic_quotes_gpc is a PHP setting that you may be able to change through .htaccess
Otherwise your webhost may need to edit php.ini
 
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 17, 2006 9:17 am Reply with quote

That was it!! I know I didn't do that when I 1st uploaded to the new webserver and I'm sure it worked for a short while but whatever.. Thanks it works now! I just had to add the following to my .htaccess file in root.

Code:
php_flag magic_quotes_gpc Off
 
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