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    That php.ini configuration option you are...

    That php.ini configuration option you are speaking of is for caching only. There is a page which describes how it works [1].

    [1] - http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.session-cache-limiter.php
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    3600...

    3600...
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    Yes, you should do something along these lines. ...

    Yes, you should do something along these lines.

    An example would be:


    session_start();
    if(isset($_SESSION['time']))
    {
    if(time() - $_SESSION['time'] > 3600) //1 hour
    {
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    The cookie you are creating only has the lifetime...

    The cookie you are creating only has the lifetime of the browser session. You may want to consider setting the expiry date on the cookie to sometime in the semi-far future.
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    php.net/preg_replace_callback...

    php.net/preg_replace_callback
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    It should be: $case_changed =...

    It should be:


    $case_changed = preg_replace_callback('/<em>(.*) (.*)<\/em>/', 'italic_word', $case_changed)
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    function change_case($arr) { return...

    function change_case($arr)
    {
    return ucwords($arr[1]) . $arr[2];
    }

    $case_changed = '<em>Hello World</em>';
    $case_changed = preg_replace_callback('/<em>(.*) (.*)<\/em>/', 'change_case',...
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    This documentation...

    This documentation should help you out.

    Basically, just replace that $1 with a \1.
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    Sticky: Can you cite where you got this information from?...

    Can you cite where you got this information from?

    You also should explain items like #17, where PHP novices would most likely not know the difference.
  10. Thread: opendir?

    by techietim
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    Resolved This is probability a better solution for what...

    This is probability a better solution for what you're trying to do, just make sure you add in the file extensions you wish to display:


    $files = glob('./images/*.{jpg,png,gif}', GLOB_BRACE);
    ...
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    If you're coming from a language from Java, the...

    If you're coming from a language from Java, the former code is easier to work with.

    However, C# handles public properties more like the second block of code. So if you want to make your code feel...
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    It is a server configuration issue, as the code...

    It is a server configuration issue, as the code works properly. Contact your web host (1&1) and see what's up.
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    This should do it for you: RewriteEngine on...

    This should do it for you:


    RewriteEngine on
    RewriteRule ^contact/?$ contact.php
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    Using the following should be better. Then, if...

    Using the following should be better. Then, if you need the absolute location, use realpath.


    $file = glob('images/image.{gif,jpg,png}', GLOB_BRACE);
  15. Thread: logout error

    by techietim
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    Resolved You need to call session_start(); before you try...

    You need to call session_start(); before you try to do anything.
  16. Thread: Equals

    by techietim
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    http://www.php.net/manual/en/language.operators.co...

    http://www.php.net/manual/en/language.operators.comparison.php
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    $files = glob('*.*'); $files =...

    $files = glob('*.*');
    $files = array_filter($files, 'is_file');

    if(count($files))
    {
    echo '<ul>';
    }
    foreach($files as $file)
    {
    echo '<li>' . basename($file) . '</li>';
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    go with this then:

    go with this then:


    <li class="amenities"><u>Amenities</u> (may vary by season):
    <?php
    $arr = get_the_category_excludeCat();
    $arr_length = count($arr);
    for($i = 0; $i < $arr_length; $i++)
    {...
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    Use explode instead.

    Use explode instead.
  20. Thread: -> Huh?

    by techietim
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    As gurmeet said, it is used for object oriented...

    As gurmeet said, it is used for object oriented programming in PHP.

    As opposed to Java, which uses the . for accessing non-static and static members of an object or class, PHP uses -> for...
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    Remove the space in [NC, L].

    Remove the space in [NC, L].
  22. Thread: Array Value

    by techietim
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    EDIT: Sorry. The question was badly phrased. ...

    EDIT:
    Sorry. The question was badly phrased.

    I just copied and pasted that exact code and ran it on my computer, and it's showing me 0.0023412093. Make sure you're running PHP 5 <=, as there...
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    Just use escape()?

    Just use escape()?
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    Resolved Currently, PHP only has support for type hinting...

    Currently, PHP only has support for type hinting Arrays and Object. You can implement this for regular data types by using SPL Type classes.

    There is also an active RFC document here:...
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    You are placing this in the /media folder,...

    You are placing this in the /media folder, correct? If you're not, that could be why it's not working.
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