Problem with php script embedded in...

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Suddenly the PHP file name in the script copied into my page is getting a double quote appended somewhere in the php interpreter and I get a 404 not found error. For example myform.php in the html becomes myform.php%22 by the time the page is loaded.

This happens with my site on Godaddy with PHP 5.6 and WAMP server with Apache 2.4.27 an PHP 5.6.31. And Chrome and Firefox.

Can anyone with some PHP expertise give me a clue on what is happening? The PHP documentation says that "magic quotes" were taken out in PHP 5.4.

Thanks, Tom
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Hi Thomas,
Can you share a link to the actual page with the form embed code so we can take a look at it?
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Eric,

The problem seems to have cleared itself up. My situation is complicated by using Foundation 6 and the Zurb stack. There is a lot of massaging of the site code and a glitch is possible.

I closed everything, regenerated the whole site, restarted, and it worked.

When in doubt, power-on reset.

BTW, can I mark this thread closed?
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I can close it for you. :)
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