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You can also use cURL what would solve the problem with data base access.
It shouldn't be very complicated I think - Depends of the structure of the source page.
As I have said in your different thread, it must be because of value names. Your mobile version of web page is like www.webpage/mobile/link_here.html or something like that I don't remember now.. So...
just type in google search API key. First result:
You have to get a API key from google to use a maps. Than you will have do something like:
<script src="http://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/js?key=YOUR KEY IS HERE&sensor=FALSE">
It is all depend of what result you want to get. For example you can get data from database by PHP and then show 10 results on the page and make a button like: show more, after click on that user...
I think it is not good idea to store pictures in database, better would be to store just a photo names. However, you have to do it similar to that:
<SELECT name="guidelinks" onChange="window.location=document.form.guidelinks.options[document.form.guidelinks.selectedIndex].value">
What you mean by visualization ? Graphic charts or what ?
you have to create html form and then pass the data from the to your query,
It will look similar to this:
<form action="" method="POST">
Choose a field:
Sorry, i dont know how to edit the post, but I have made a wrong there, it should be:
SELECT SUBSTRING(mytextarea,1,200) FROM `my_table` WHERE `user_id`=[user_id]
just use substring function in you query, it will look like:
SELECT SUBSTRING(mytextarea,1,200) as `mytextarea` FROM `my_table` WHERE `user_id`=[user_id]
It should be something like that,...