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  1. Decoding email inlined image name and filetype

    Hi

    I was just about being done with a class that fetches emails from my Gmail account, until this showed up:


    <img src="cid:ii_13a30f914dff78c5" alt="Billede indsat i tekst 1">

    I know the...
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    Thanks NogDog Looking forward to test the...

    Thanks NogDog

    Looking forward to test the code!

    I never really looked into the DOM thing you mention, but maybe it's about time.

    Thanks again!
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    Help with pattern (preg_match_all)

    Hi

    I'm working on a class to get mails and saves it i an archive.
    To grab the inlined images of the message i use 'preg_match_all' to grab the path to the images, which will be changed later.
    It...
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    Save files in folder or database?

    Hi

    I'm working on a webbased file archive, and I'm not sure if I should make it store the different filetypes in a mysql database or a folder on the server!

    Which solution is the fastes to view...
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    Is my question way off???

    Is my question way off???
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    How to "archive" data?

    Hi

    I have made a system with a mysql database, containing data linked to different projects.

    As times goes the projects ends, and I have to find a way to archive the data in the database, in a...
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    Thanks for the reply! Well the main reason is...

    Thanks for the reply!

    Well the main reason is that the groups will be different companies, and I think that it might feel more secure (for them) if they get their own database.
    I think that your...
  8. Your welcome Zabis and my methods are identical,...

    Your welcome
    Zabis and my methods are identical, except that I made a function that you could use each time needed which will keep your html more simple!
  9. Hi If I understand you correct, you could do...

    Hi
    If I understand you correct, you could do like this:



    <?php
    function replace_whitespace($data)
    {
    $ready_data = str_replace(" ", "-", $data);
    return $ready_data;
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    How to select between databases on a user login?

    Hi
    I have a application where different groups should be able to create their own "section".
    I would like to have one database for each group. But how can I select which database to use upon the...
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    Hi Clueful Actually I don't know how to do that!

    Hi Clueful
    Actually I don't know how to do that!
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    Hi Kor Thanks for your reply, but it didn't make...

    Hi Kor
    Thanks for your reply, but it didn't make a difference:confused:
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    AJAX innerhtml not working in Opera/Firefox?

    Hi

    I have this script that I've been modifying, but somehow it doesn't work in Opera and Firefox!! IE, Safari and Chrome works just fine!

    Any ideas why???


    /**
    * This function creates a...
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    Thanks again NogDog! Testing the exit() in the...

    Thanks again NogDog!

    Testing the exit() in the deconstructor showed that it wasn't a good solution in this case because it will run no matter what!
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    Is this only deconstructors within the object...

    Is this only deconstructors within the object where exit() is called, or will deconstructors from other objects later in the script also be executed?

    I've been googleing this case after your...
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    Just to be sure that I understand this correct,...

    Just to be sure that I understand this correct, could you explaine what consequence this will have?

    (aren't there constructors inside almost any object?)
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    Will exit() for sure prevent code execution?

    Hi

    I have a function that validates the user to see if access is permitted.
    Until now I have used this function as argument in a "IF" statement - if the user access is permitted the code inside...
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    Hi thraddash Thanks for your reply! The...

    Hi thraddash

    Thanks for your reply!

    The code you posted works fine, but as you said it can't pass "selfmade" $_POST variables.

    I'll have to find an other way to do this.
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    Like if there are data in the post array already...

    Like if there are data in the post array already it will be sent to the new location?
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    Hi thraddash I would like not to place the...

    Hi thraddash

    I would like not to place the data in the url. But the last Suggestions looks interesting, but what does the "header('HTTP/1.1 307 Temporary Redirect')" do?
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    Hi jwitt99 I understand what you are saying,...

    Hi jwitt99

    I understand what you are saying, and I know the methods you mention. But I'm searching for a solution to pass variables to $_POST.

    Thanks anyway!
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    Hi pkng Not sure if I understod your question...

    Hi pkng

    Not sure if I understod your question correct, and I have never tried the strstr function, but what about moving the loop..


    $filter = array("name1","name2","name3");

    foreach...
  23. Thread: php search

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    How is the data you want to search for stored? In...

    How is the data you want to search for stored? In a database?
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    How to send $_POST without HTML???

    Hi

    Is it somehow possible to pass a $_POST variable to an other page without making a hidden html form?

    I found something about the header() function:

    header("Post:...
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    Well the quick solution is to place this inside...

    Well the quick solution is to place this inside the <form> tag:

    onsubmit="return false"

    Maybe not pretty but it works!
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