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Do we need to escape data that we receive from theme options?

I'm creating a Wordpress theme that I'm hoping to sell on Themeforest. Now I know much about escaping user inputted data using functions like esc_html, esc_url and so on and I use them in the comments ...
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How to escape shortcode content? Do I even need to escape or validate?

I've written a small shortcode that wraps it's content into a HTML element, like so: [my_shortcode]The sun is shining today.[/my_shortcode] In my shortcode function, I basically return the string ...
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From a security standpoint, should bloginfo() or get_bloginfo() be escaped?

I've been reviewing a lot of information about WP theme and plugin security and understand the concept that you should escape attributes and HTML values in themes and plugins. I've seen bloginfo() and ...
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502 views

Something is unescaping all html entities before output to browser [closed]

I have a nasty problem. In my wordpress site something unescapes all html entities before sending data to the browser. It happens for all of the following cases: echo ""XSS" print_r( ...
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957 views

Should I escape wordpress functions like the_title, the_excerpt, the_content

I had look at the code but I couldnt see any escaping on funcions like the_title the_content the_excerptetc. I might not be reading it right. Do I need to escape these functions in theme development ...
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489 views

How Could I sanitize the receive data from this code

<form id="tellastory" method="post" action=""> <label for="fullname">Full Name </label> <input id="fullname" name="fullname" type="text" maxlength="255" value=""/> ...
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What's the difference between esc_* functions?

I've read Professional WordPress and it says: esc_html function is used for scrubbing data that contains HTML. This function encodes special characters into their HTML entities esc_attr ...