If there are special characters in the code output'ed
by backend.php3 to IE and some implementations of
WAP/WML they will complain.
This can probably be solved pretty easily by adding
code to translate all such characters before saving an
Logged In: YES
all characters with html equivalents should be converted
now. The WAP dtd header is corrected also.
Not sure if IE still balks though.
This problem has been corrected in the CVS. Please update your
copy of PHPSlash, or wait for the next release.
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