Andrew P. - 2010-01-29 17:42:31 - In reply to message 1 from Ranie Sauca
First, I want to thank you for your support of this project - I'm glad you like it and are getting some good use out of it.
Secondly, in November 2009 I started migrating the project from phpclasses.org to it's new home on code.google.com. The url is http://code.google.com/p/php-form-builder-class/. I believe there has been two version releases since the migration, so I would highly recommend that you download the latest stable release from the Google Code Project Hosting site (url provided above). The project's new home has a section similar to this discussion forum for submitting issues. Please use this new section for all future communication (other than this thread of course). I don't check this forum as often so you more likely to get a faster response on the other site.
Finally, let's get to your message :). This "escaping with backslashes" is the default behavior of all html forms, whether submitted using GET or POST. In other words, there is nothing related to this form class that is causing these backslashes. There are various ways to handle removing these escaped characters. The most used would be php built in stripslashes function. You can find more info on how it is used at http://us.php.net/manual/en/function.stripslashes.php.