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    The original photo, on a very sunny August day --...

    The original photo, on a very sunny August day -- thus the smile-like squint. :)

    http://charles-reace.com/Photos/noggin_20090715.jpg

    Not that I meant to hijack your thread; but hey, it's a dog...
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    That was my user-namesake, "Noggin," who I'm...

    That was my user-namesake, "Noggin," who I'm afraid passed away a few years ago.
  3. Thread: MySQL Dates

    by NogDog
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    I'd probably do that in the application code,...

    I'd probably do that in the application code, figuring out what start/end dates I want to use, then passing them in (as bound parameters) to the query statement.
  4. untested: UPDATE table_name SET link =...

    untested:


    UPDATE table_name
    SET link = CONCAT('http://', link)
    WHERE LOWER(link) NOT REGEXP '^https?://'
    ;
  5. I'm guessing that you lose track of the...

    I'm guessing that you lose track of the article_id value when you submit the form, since it's in $_POST at that time instead of $_GET. The simplest solution might be to just refer to...
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    I think you want your last for loop inside of the...

    I think you want your last for loop inside of the second-to-last for loop?
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    Welcome aboard. If you're new to programming...

    Welcome aboard. If you're new to programming forums in general, check out the "how to ask questions" link in my sig. (It's a bit long-winded, but can save you grief later. :) ). If you're an old hand...
  8. If these images are for page layout and such, you...

    If these images are for page layout and such, you might consider using the "sprites" technique where they are merged into a single image (sort of a collage of images, if you will), and the html/css...
  9. I added the missing closing quote for the array...

    I added the missing closing quote for the array key on line 6, and then ran my editor's auto-formatting. Hopefully this will make it easier to debug (almost midnight here, so I'll take a look...
  10. Well, table names would not contain values, do...

    Well, table names would not contain values, do you perhaps mean column (field) names? If so, they would not be single-quoted, as that would indicate a string literal. In default-configured MySQL, you...
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    Any of the main players could be used in terms of...

    Any of the main players could be used in terms of languages, and I don't really see why one would be better than the other except for comfort level of the developer team. You could certainly do it on...
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    http://www.csszengarden.com

    http://www.csszengarden.com
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    That's okay, I find Ruby to be weird. (Spent...

    That's okay, I find Ruby to be weird. (Spent years getting this OOP stuff down, and then Ruby throws in "duck-typing". :rolleyes: )
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    JIRA (https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira) is...

    JIRA is probably one of the more widely used proprietary choices right now.

    If you want to look into open-source options, Apache Bloodhound might be a good place to start.

    But that only...
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    MySQL normally uses the back-tick ("`") character...

    MySQL normally uses the back-tick ("`") character to quote table and field names, which you may need to do depending on whether or not the table name could be confused with a reserved word, has...
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    Good call by OmegaJunior: you should only need to...

    Good call by OmegaJunior: you should only need to concatenate in the variable -- it doesn't need to be quoted.
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    How about this?

    How about this?


    <?php
    // code
    ?>
    <a href="javascript:getGuidelines('<?php echo urlencode($gui_txt); ?>')">Test</a>
    <?php
    // more code
    ?>
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    How about this?

    How about this?


    <?php
    // code
    ?>
    <a href="javascript:getGuidelines('<?php echo urlencode($gui_txt); ?>')">Test</a>
    <?php
    // more code
    ?>
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    It all depends on what you want to do. With...

    It all depends on what you want to do. With something like WordPress (along with some of the many, many themes and plug-ins out there for it), you can do a lot without ever writing a line of code...
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    Define "story content" and quantify "credible"....

    Define "story content" and quantify "credible". (Sorry if it's obvious to you what you mean, but it isn't to me.)
  21. JMeter (http://jmeter.apache.org/) might be worth...

    JMeter might be worth a look, and its price is right.

    PS: If you're not seeing much load on the DB server, make sure your tests are designed to present different query values, since if you make...
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    I do not know of any tools (which does not mean...

    I do not know of any tools (which does not mean they aren't out there). This page can give you some things to search for in your code: http://php.net/manual/en/migration5.incompatible.php

    You...
  23. Thread: Cloud Storage

    by NogDog
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    I cannot personally recommend anything for your...

    I cannot personally recommend anything for your situation, but I might start here for some reading: http://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2009/04/06/whitepaper-hipaa/
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    Not all jobs are created equal (in fact probably...

    Not all jobs are created equal (in fact probably none of them are :) ). If there is truly nothing for you to do, then it might be time to start looking. On the other hand, if there are things you...
  25. If you have the value in a variable somewhere...

    If you have the value in a variable somewhere ($_SESSION, $_GET, $_POST, etc.) you can test for it something like:


    while ($row = mysql_fetch_array($query)) {
    $selected = '';
    ...
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