Programming languages like PHP and specificly in this case – SQL [database] statements – use ticks, ‘ & ” (single & double) .. much much more common they use double.
So whenever POST data is sent to the database, double quotes are converted:
Otherwise you would have something like (example:) “This is “my” test.”
Well that causes HELL for it, because data is presumed to be starting and stopping, illegally. In that example the word ‘my’ would be techniqly considered a variable not a string constant. And without sufficient crossing between literal and variable it goes crazy.
It’s something to do with the output, the code is cropped off at:
&quo (the t; is missing)… i checked the page HTML source.