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    Import the CSV into Access as a CSV for MS Excel....

    Import the CSV into Access as a CSV for MS Excel. It's a lot more forgiving and you can fix errors within it. Then export it as CSV (either standard or Excel) and import it into phpMyAdmin. Access...
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    UPDATE: I've moved over to PDO. It's unfortunate...

    UPDATE: I've moved over to PDO. It's unfortunate that I can't find a PDO Wrapper Class that works as well as the MySQLiDB class above, but the one I'm using works quite well.
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    No, no, no, no, NO! This is always possible in...

    No, no, no, no, NO!

    This is always possible in CSS and you should never use tables as a layout guide for your page. Tables are specifically for tabular data, which this is not.


    20 years ago,...
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    MySQLi and the PHP5.4 breaking changes.

    Hey, I'm currently using the PHP MySQLi Database Class from https://github.com/ajillion/PHP-MySQLi-Database-Class but the breaking changes in PHP5.4 now I've upgraded servers renders the whole thing...
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    I've seen some games use this GeoIP PHP API: ...

    I've seen some games use this GeoIP PHP API:

    http://www.maxmind.com/app/php

    They use it to display the player's country of origin as a flag on the high score table. It's also used in a couple...
  6. Resolved How are you retrieving and storing the...

    How are you retrieving and storing the information from the database?

    If you're using AccessDataSources then each source should be a separate and unique query, so they won't clash so long as you...
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    Here's a basic run down of your options: ...

    Here's a basic run down of your options:

    Crossing the Streams: Handling cross-site API requests (JSONP, CORS, UMP and more)
    Author: Greg Brail

    JSONP:

    What it is: You return JSON from your...
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    The easiest way is to us: ...

    The easiest way is to us:


    window.location.href = document.getElementById('m2').href;
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    I would strongly advise against using MD5 to hash...

    I would strongly advise against using MD5 to hash your passwords. For the last three or so years, it has been known that MD5 is reaching it's end of life. Recently, this has been officially...
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    Resolved Although, it still needs updating to HTML5 and...

    Although, it still needs updating to HTML5 and it's biggest problem is it's charset is still set as iso-8859-1

    It still has 23 Errors, 5 warnings to solve for that.

    And it has 22 errors and 243...
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    Resolved It seems in the last two days, that website has...

    It seems in the last two days, that website has been refurbished:
    ...
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    You'll need to learn how to use for loops... ...

    You'll need to learn how to use for loops...

    http://www.w3schools.com/js/js_loop_for.asp

    This will help you immensely with your understanding of programming and it will be a lot better than...
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    Here's a quick and dirty script to show you the...

    Here's a quick and dirty script to show you the mechanism for detecting the '.' within a text box:



    var showIntellisense = function () {
    alert('Intellisense Trigger Called');
    }

    $(function...
  14. As I say, the only time you need to use cookies...

    As I say, the only time you need to use cookies is if you need to cater for anonymous users. I can't see any need to use cookies other than that. With these sorts of cookies, you could pass control...
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    Another low-tech method is to use a CGI script....

    Another low-tech method is to use a CGI script. You can make a decent hit-counter at http://www.digits.com They walk you through it step by step (There's only five steps or so) and then just...
  16. Yep. If you have a database drivenn site with...

    Yep. If you have a database drivenn site with membership, you can create a table called session_vars that links to each member; that way you can simulate the cookie's main purpose, to allow settings...
  17. Yep, I use the same method for CSS. Makes it...

    Yep, I use the same method for CSS. Makes it stupidly easy to create themes and things that use lots of repeated data. :) Although, I'm looking into moving over to LESS soon.

    Also, using AHAH, you...
  18. Because I'm basing my Bespoke Framework on a...

    Because I'm basing my Bespoke Framework on a Norse Gods theme, I have bifrost.php as my bridge between PHP and Javascript. It's just a simple script that's called with $.load(); in JQuery, which...
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    Make an account with Google Analytics: ...

    Make an account with Google Analytics:

    www.google.com/analytics/

    Link that account to SeeTheStats:

    http://www.seethestats.com/

    Follow guide to put it all together:
  20. I'm not sure on this one tbh. I'm sure someone...

    I'm not sure on this one tbh. I'm sure someone here will be able to help you, but if it were me, I'd simply look for a better zoom script.

    There are a multitude of them here:
    ...
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    As a debug, try this: FIND: ...

    As a debug, try this:

    FIND:


    $result=mysql_query($sql);

    //check if query successful
    if($result){
    echo "Thank you for your comment! You will automaticly be redirected...";
  22. How do you mean? Can you give an example or link...

    How do you mean? Can you give an example or link to the page you're working on? Make sure you post any code on these forums within
    or
    tags.

    It may not be working if you don't have JQuery...
  23. In JQuery, by title: ...

    In JQuery, by title:



    $(document).ready(function() {
    $('a').each(function() {
    if($(this).attr('title') == 'Image') {
    ...
  24. I take it you mean programmatically, rather than...

    I take it you mean programmatically, rather than just:


    <a id="YOUR_ID_HERE" href="img/test.jpg" alt="Image">
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    Your code:

    Your code:



    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
    <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">

    <head>...
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