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    Yeah, that's probably a much more sensible...

    Yeah, that's probably a much more sensible option. I'd imagine it'd be a heck of a lot less work than trying to build a PHP extension.

    Just remember to thoroughly sanitise any user input that gets...
  2. I'm not really sure what you mean. If you replace...

    I'm not really sure what you mean. If you replace all instaces of "%20" in a URLwith a space, then the URL will not work.
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    Is it a well known library, or something you've...

    Is it a well known library, or something you've written yourself? If it's a well known library, then there may already be an option to just compile it in. On Linux you'd compile it in something like...
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    Most likely a syntax error. PHP isn't considering...

    Most likely a syntax error. PHP isn't considering your unction name to be s tring because you've likely made some kind of typo just before it. If you can't spot your typo, then just paste your code...
  5. I can imagine... and sympathise. The only...

    I can imagine... and sympathise. The only business I've had with GoDaddy is with using them as my domain name resistrar. It seemed like everything was considered an extra and was deliberately...
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    Oh I haven't been able to use these forums for a...

    Oh I haven't been able to use these forums for a few years and in that time it's changed owners. The previous owners asked us to have those links in our signatures . I hadn't really given them any...
  7. What I think you're asking for seems to fit the...

    What I think you're asking for seems to fit the description of an "auto increment column" in a database. Basically it's a column in a database that automatically has a value that is one higher than...
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    I wasn't posting the links to the manual pages...

    I wasn't posting the links to the manual pages and telling you to read them and not bother us again. I'm just giving the links because they have good and helpful information. Some of the pages can...
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    Well you can Still use appostropes in yor input....

    Well you can Still use appostropes in yor input. Sometimes it's very difficult to avoid. When you're not quite so busy, I'd very strongly recomment that you read about the proper escaping of input...
  10. Not entirely sure aout your first problem. Do uou...

    Not entirely sure aout your first problem. Do uou use appostrophes to quote attributes af elements before your title? Maybe you missed one off something in your markup before the title element.
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    You use mysql_real_escape_string() to "escape"...

    You use mysql_real_escape_string() to "escape" certain characters in a query that also mean something to MySQL. The appostrope is one such character. IWhen running a MySQL query through PHP, the...
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    Don't worrry about bothering anyone. We're here...

    Don't worrry about bothering anyone. We're here to help (and get help). If you still have problems just let us know what they are and we'll be happy to help. :)
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    Then that will be because $_POST['delete2'] is...

    Then that will be because $_POST['delete2'] is not being set. see you have a redundant link element "<a></a>" around your submit button that would set the delete2 variabe. I can't really see any...
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    Ok. I had a look through the code. You said that...

    Ok. I had a look through the code. You said that using the delete button didn't delete the data. So the first place I looked was your database query that is supposed to delete the data. As far as I...
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    A very general bit of advice, especially useful...

    A very general bit of advice, especially useful when you're just starting out with PHP, is to use var_dump()... lots. It's great as a simple debugging tool. If you have a script thats's frequently...
  16. Here you go. The following link is to a thread I...

    Here you go. The following link is to a thread I made a few minutes ago. In the first block of PHP code, there's an example of making a new DOMDocument, giving it markup to use directly from a text...
  17. DOMDocument::normalizeDocument() doesn't seem to work as described.

    Hi folks. There's something in PHP's DOM implementation that I find both confusing and irritating. I first came accross it years ago when much of PHP's DOM implementation was still pretty new. I...
  18. Yes...

    Yes. The DOM is not just a feature of Javascript. Many other languages also implement the DOM and PHP is no exception. The syntax is a little different and you might trip up on a few differences, but...
  19. Nope. To track users based on IP addresses over a...

    Nope. To track users based on IP addresses over a period, you need databases and server-side programming. If you give a browser a file and the means to read it so that it can put it on the screen,...
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    It looks like the file isn't getting passed to...

    It looks like the file isn't getting passed to the PHP module of your Web Server (assuming there actually is one). Do you have any other PHP scripts on the host that actually run as expected? Like...
  21. You may have a potentially serious security flaw,...

    You may have a potentially serious security flaw, then. If a query executes without a hitch when you feed it directly to the database, but fails when it's executed from another language (such as...
  22. I know this is just for a...

    I know this is just for a school/college/university project, but I don't understand why you're having either of the two parties transmit their private key. It doesn't sound like a very sensible thing...
  23. I've always preferred to use the DOM module of...

    I've always preferred to use the DOM module of PHP. It's significantly more verbose than Simple XML, but the advantage is that it's something you only need to learn once. Once you become familiar...
  24. Never be afraid of asking questions. If you...

    Never be afraid of asking questions. If you don't ask the question, you'll never get the answer and never learn.

    In the cases were discussing here, <embed> tag is not an option because HTML 4.01...
  25. A few months ago, II had a stab at making a page...

    A few months ago, II had a stab at making a page with XHTML 1.1 that contained audio files. it's been quite a few years since I tried anything like that and, in the end, I I just couldn't seem to...
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