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    Thanks -jim, but that software does not allow to...

    Thanks -jim, but that software does not allow to setup online orders so... it's completely not what I searching:(
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    CafeEngine suggestions/experience

    http://cafeengine.com
    Has anybody experience of usage? Caveats? Alternatives? Suggestions?
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    If you're looking from PHP you would see no...

    If you're looking from PHP you would see no difference in cookie management between IE and FF. If such difference exists - browser simply does not satisfy corresponding RFC. IE sometimes working...
  4. $month=... $day=... would not work. Please...

    $month=...
    $day=...
    would not work.
    Please read http://www.php.net/manual/en/language.types.array.php to get how to describe your variables right.
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    Mean of any data fields you client has is a human...

    Mean of any data fields you client has is a human only. So universal script that uploads any data to any right can not be written:).
    All you can - to try to write script that will upload it your...
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    It seems a bad idea to keep password in cookies:...

    It seems a bad idea to keep password in cookies: everybody can read corresponding file and get it. There is nothing in you code that browsers can process by different ways. So I see one possible...
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    Mindzai right. Normalization seems required. But...

    Mindzai right. Normalization seems required. But you may use something like this:


    $wharr=array();
    for($i=1;$i<12;$i++) {
    $wharr[]="subject".$i." LIKE '&#37;bar%'"
    }

    $your_query=".......
  8. Show your query($list_all) please.

    Show your query($list_all) please.
  9. Why not just $taskid=(int)trim($_GET["id"]);...

    Why not just


    $taskid=(int)trim($_GET["id"]);

    ?
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    It's obvious. Just an example. Nothing more.

    It's obvious. Just an example. Nothing more.
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    Here is: $ids=array(); foreach($p as $value)...

    Here is:

    $ids=array();
    foreach($p as $value) {
    $ids[]=$value;
    }
    $mysql->query("UPDATE categories SET open=1 WHERE id IN (".implode(",",$ids).")");
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    Also you may use hidden element of form:...

    Also you may use hidden element of form:
    javascript.html:

    <form action="edit.php" method="post" onsubmit="for_submit()">
    ...
    <input id=varid type=hidden name=var value="">
    <script...
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    100% javascript problem

    From my experience it's 100% javascript problem. To get an confirmation of this you may put

    var_dump($_POST);

    in 2 places of your PHP script: at the beginning of your PHP script and before...
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