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For example (without encoding for readability):

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but for some reason it's being stored as: <a href=�someurl� class=�main�>.


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Storing Images In DB

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Does anyone have thoughts or know of resources that explain the pro's and con's of storing images in a database versus keeping the image in the file system and just storing the path to the image in the database?

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