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  1. Thread: PHP Serializing

    by midhul
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    I believe he did decode it

    I believe he did decode it
  2. Okay, even I'm sort of confused with what you...

    Okay, even I'm sort of confused with what you want.
    Let's get these cleared first:

    When a user moves his or her mouse over the randomly picked image, the mouse over image will also be selected in...
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    Well, there a number of setbacks if you use a...

    Well, there a number of setbacks if you use a text file to store notes:

    -> People can open your text file via your server and hence, it would make your login feature useless
    ->Also, keeping one...
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    I didn't expect he wanted such a detailed display...

    I didn't expect he wanted such a detailed display for each of his products, so i simply suggested tables.

    My mistake, completely forgot to take semantics into consideration
  5. You can use javascript's Math.random() function....

    You can use javascript's Math.random() function. I'll show you an example of how you can do it by storing your images in an array, and later randomly picking one of the images.

    Say you have:

    ...
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    I can't really make out, your requirement for the...

    I can't really make out, your requirement for the post you've written.
    Since, you've posted in the HTML section, I believe you must be looking for a way to layout products in your web page.

    You ...
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    Well, as mentioned, I guess you will have to use...

    Well, as mentioned, I guess you will have to use Apache's mod_rewrite.

    I just wanted to mention an unconventional and a rather new method of faking urls.

    Do you know about the HTML 5 history...
  8. Maybe you should try:...

    Maybe you should try: http://jqueryui.com/demos/tabs/
  9. Thread: Website Program

    by midhul
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    As both traq & djr33 mentioned, the first...

    As both traq & djr33 mentioned, the first preference would be to get yourself introduced to basic web design.

    Start reading the source, of pages whose design you really like. (using google chrome...
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    Yeah, on those sites, they use javascript to...

    Yeah, on those sites, they use javascript to provide search suggestions while you type in the normal input field.

    There are a number of auto complete scripts out there.

    You should try out the...
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    There are millions of ways of generating random...

    There are millions of ways of generating random strings.
    You can use the Math.random(); function:




    function randomString(length) {
    var chars =...
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    Well then, that means opendb is not fetching your...

    Well then, that means opendb is not fetching your DB data into an array.

    Can you somehow show us what exactly the template is doing?
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    Use GIMP! For glossy effects like the ones you...

    Use GIMP!

    For glossy effects like the ones you want:

    1. http://docs.gimp.org/en/script-fu-glossy-logo-alpha.html

    2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50pKNqjzO-0

    And of course, there lots...
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    If you want to do that directly through script,...

    If you want to do that directly through script, you must somehow be able to create a bridge between the data in PHP and in Excel.

    For that, you can use PHP libraries which allow conversion to...
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    Can you try: print_r($result); so...

    Can you try:



    print_r($result);


    so that we can know if it's actually accessing the database, and returning an array of values.

    If it is returning a valid array with the data you want,...
  16. Well, the script that I posted there does work...

    Well, the script that I posted there does work even when started from any value. (Thats the reason, I didn't loop, to allow input from GET)

    So doing ?i=2, will also work. So if it's customized for...
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    Resolved From what you have posted, nothing can clearly be...

    From what you have posted, nothing can clearly be understood.

    I believe you want to make use of the js or css script in your webpage?
    JS and CSS script can either be linked as files or integrated...
  18. I Think the thing you need is a bit similar to...

    I Think the thing you need is a bit similar to this: http://dynamicdrive.com/forums/showthread.php?t=62234

    Without the update script
  19. Thread: send email in C

    by midhul
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    All I can think of is to use an external...

    All I can think of is to use an external command-line based email program.

    Check this one: http://www.muquit.com/muquit/software/mailsend/mailsend.html#introduction

    After getting that program,...
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    Just use the yearRange property {1950:2014}, or...

    Just use the yearRange property {1950:2014}, or something like that:




    <script type="text/javascript">

    $(document).ready(function(){

    $("#date").datepicker({ showOn: 'button', buttonText:...
  21. Resolved strcmp() should work. The fgets() function is...

    strcmp() should work.

    The fgets() function is used to fetch the data of a file line by line:



    $file = fopen("file.txt", "r") or exit("Unable to open file!");
    $key = "waka";
    $count = 0;...
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    You will need to put that script in each and...

    You will need to put that script in each and every page, including the /html4 files and /html5 files.

    This method of doing it is not very elegant. As you can see you have to make separate pages...
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    From what I can see, I guess you're going to use...

    From what I can see, I guess you're going to use this script to check login, every time a user logs in.

    So if a user logs in twice, you script will hash repeatedly, meaning it will hash the...
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    Thanks for correcting the mistake traq. I...

    Thanks for correcting the mistake traq.

    I totally forgot to put the === .
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    Firstly, remove those comments () those are...

    Firstly, remove those comments (<!-->) those are HTML comments.
    In PHP, we use either, // or /* comment */, to specify comments.

    In the line where you define headers, replace it with:

    ...
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