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    Do you have a budget to work with?

    Do you have a budget to work with?
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    What kind of development budget and timeline are...

    What kind of development budget and timeline are you looking at?
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    What kind of budget are you looking at?

    What kind of budget are you looking at?
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    If you change permissions on the folder you plan...

    If you change permissions on the folder you plan to write to so that it is world writable...you wouldn't have any issues with being able to write the file. It isn't in the domain of PHP to have a...
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    Have you tried writing a quick script that...

    Have you tried writing a quick script that creates a file, running it through IIS, and then checking who the "owner" is?
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    I would probably use some combination of...

    I would probably use some combination of strtotime and/or DateTime:diff.
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    Are you just looking to see the number of minutes...

    Are you just looking to see the number of minutes between 2 times?
  8. Maybe a better solution is more defensive...

    Maybe a better solution is more defensive javascript coding. You could check for the existence of the attribute prior to altering it and thus be ready for other browsers you may not be testing for to...
  9. Look into auth-capture requests through a payment...

    Look into auth-capture requests through a payment gateway. You will not be able to store the CC details in a database in the manner it sounds like you are suggesting as it violates the PCI and will...
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    We would need to see the code used, otherwise we...

    We would need to see the code used, otherwise we would just be throwing guesses out there. Most common issues would be path problems where the font file was not located or capitalization if moving...
  11. Either you store the files above the htdocs (or...

    Either you store the files above the htdocs (or whatever your base folder is) or you can store them in a sub folder and block all access with htaccess. Then as described above you check...
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    Maybe you don't need to setImageFormat? ...

    Maybe you don't need to setImageFormat?

    http://php.net/manual/en/imagick.readimage.php
  13. I would say if a user breaks into another users...

    I would say if a user breaks into another users account by guessing the authentication details then their files would be compromised either way. There is not really a need to store the files on...
  14. The content might've been just fine (I'm not an...

    The content might've been just fine (I'm not an expert in the field of workouts or fitness, just web development/business analysis these days). Did you construct that theme yourself? If so, you might...
  15. Many consumers are not likely to purchase from a...

    Many consumers are not likely to purchase from a site that doesn't look "professional" in quality as they don't trust that site to provide the service/product/etc they are looking for. Consumers are...
  16. Is the client a software designer or developer?...

    Is the client a software designer or developer? Foreign keys and additional tables provide a great flexibility when the needs of a data application change (such as SEO as mentioned above). You can...
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    Are you using Session variables to store your...

    Are you using Session variables to store your content perhaps? Are you clearing old values from any Session state when they are changed?
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    Typed that way too fast and didn't read over what...

    Typed that way too fast and didn't read over what I typed.


    <form method="get" action="http://somedomain.com/edit.php">
    <input type="text" name="thing" value="Waffes" />
    </form>
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    No PHP needed for the OP's request at all: ...

    No PHP needed for the OP's request at all:


    <form action="get">
    <input type="text" name="thing" value="Waffes" />
    </form>
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    Are you looking for how to force a download...

    Are you looking for how to force a download dialog?
    http://www.apptools.com/phptools/force-download.php

    Or are you trying to save the contents of a remote file?
    Curl file_get_contents
  21. Do you have error reporting on? Is fsockopen...

    Do you have error reporting on? Is fsockopen disabled in your php.ini? Are you running the php through the MPC server/socket? The tutorial you showed doesn't have you doing that at but instead...
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    Depends on how you are handling session storage...

    Depends on how you are handling session storage and propagation. You might be able to pass the session id in the url to link the session. If you are storing the session in a shared database (or in...
  23. Thread: Zend MVC

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    Where your previous sites just plain PHP? If so,...

    Where your previous sites just plain PHP? If so, you'll need to rewrite the portions you want to use Zend classes for.
  24. No problem. Glad I could help you clear up the...

    No problem. Glad I could help you clear up the confusion a bit. Don't forget to mark this thread as resolved if your question doesn't still need an answer.
  25. So you are embedding an animation then if you are...

    So you are embedding an animation then if you are showing maps. JSP can embed flash or Java applets just like PHP can. You might look into the Google Maps Javascript API if you want to reduce your...
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