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    That menu in particular needs javascript to work....

    That menu in particular needs javascript to work. But remember Google is your friend.

    http://line25.com/tutorials/how-to-create-a-pure-css-dropdown-menu
  2. Thread: Website reviews?

    by mburt
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    Maybe if you help out around the forum a bit it...

    Maybe if you help out around the forum a bit it might seem a little more legitimate :)
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    Ah yes it does... Actually all I need to do is...

    Ah yes it does... Actually all I need to do is add it to the post data that curl sends, then validate it from on the other end.

    This might work. Interestingly enough, curl allows the manipulation...
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    Okay. Yes that's basically what I was looking...

    Okay. Yes that's basically what I was looking for. I'll start doing some research with the $_SERVER["REMOTE_ADDR"], and go from there.

    My problem with a "key" was that the key would always be...
  5. Wait a minute... are you actually getting a...

    Wait a minute... are you actually getting a template from "themeforest", or are you trying to make your own to be *similar to "themeforest"?

    Sorry, I may have this confused.
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    Yeah sorry, I'm not saying exactly what I'm...

    Yeah sorry, I'm not saying exactly what I'm trying to ask- and for the situation I'm describing I'm using number (2).

    I'm thinking of a "login with Facebook" like function, where a website can use...
  7. Well an admin/login system for your clients would...

    Well an admin/login system for your clients would involve:

    - Databases for storing info - users, small website info, etc. - PHP and MySql databases work well together, so give that a shot
    - be...
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    It's hard to speak in such vague terms, so let me...

    It's hard to speak in such vague terms, so let me try to clarify.

    Let's say the main server is "michaelburtdesigns.com"
    - this contains DB information
    - validation is done here

    The second...
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    Authenticating cURL Requests

    My question is huge, and it involves cross-server scripting. Basically it involves two files, one hosted on the server someone would be trying to log in from:

    login.php:


    <?php
    //a <form>...
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    Simple just use: $_POST["email"] not ...

    Simple just use:


    $_POST["email"]

    not


    $_REQUEST["email"]
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    @traq Yeah I read through your post, but I wanted...

    @traq Yeah I read through your post, but I wanted to re-iterate the facts and simplify the process. (I do realize that essentially we are suggesting the same thing).
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    http://www.globinch.com/display-any-rss-feed-on-yo...

    http://www.globinch.com/display-any-rss-feed-on-your-site-using-php-curl-and-simplexml/
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    PHP has no way of checking to see if new mail is...

    PHP has no way of checking to see if new mail is in an inbox- so your idea of automating this process (seems to be) impossible. I think the order in which you're thinking about this is wrong. It is...
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    Resolved And I actually figured out a way to make this...

    And I actually figured out a way to make this even faster:


    <script type="text/javascript">
    var count = function() {
    if (typeof i == "undefined") i = 0;
    var interval = 100, max = 100;
    ...
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    Resolved No check it again, I edited it slightly, it...

    No check it again, I edited it slightly, it prints out however many numbers you want. It's slower, but it won't crash your browser.
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    Resolved There is a way to do this, but it won't be as...

    There is a way to do this, but it won't be as fast.


    <script type="text/javascript">
    var count = function() {
    if (typeof i == "undefined") i = 0;
    if (i < 1000000) {
    i++;
    ...
  17. Well, if it's only for registered users, make a...

    Well, if it's only for registered users, make a new column (you can call it "appointment_made" or something) in your DB. When the user submits the form, insert any value in the new column (eg. "1"),...
  18. There's another small problem with this as well,...

    There's another small problem with this as well, but it's a bit more complex. Once submits this form and creates an appointment, the same page is loaded again. Someone could just press refresh and...
  19. So where does the inputted date go? Which column...

    So where does the inputted date go? Which column is it in your database?

    This script combines both of those things, however, in the mysql_query the inputted date is NOT included:


    <?php
    if...
  20. Look back at this line in the "book.php": ...

    Look back at this line in the "book.php":


    INSERT INTO booking VALUES ('','$fullname','$service','$address','$veichle','$date')");

    Does $date need to be the inputted date by the user?

    And...
  21. On an unrelated note, your original form has some...

    On an unrelated note, your original form has some issues. "book.php" should function in the following order:

    1) Check if any post data is sent
    2) If so, evaluate post data, if not proceed to page...
  22. I'm not entirely sure how you want to combine...

    I'm not entirely sure how you want to combine them- do you want to put the "Jason's input date..." thing in the original form?

    Is there are a reason you need the user to input the date? If you are...
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    No Page Load Sign In Script

    Hey everybody,

    I've been trying to create a simple sign in script where a user can sign into a website (there's no back-end, just testing communication) without having a new page to load. I've...
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    Resolved Hex Color Question

    I understand the hexadecimal number set... 0-15 becomes 0-9 and A-F, and I understand that hex color codes work like #RRGGBB and the hex number correlates to the appropriate color intensity, but my...
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    I can remember using Python about 4 or 5 years...

    I can remember using Python about 4 or 5 years ago and I loved it. I use an extension called "wxPython" or something to make Windows desktop applications (it was incredibly easy).

    So that would be...
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