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Here's what I want. I want a nice, simple CMS that my clients can easily understand to modify their site's content on one or a few pages. I would like them to be able to log in, add images, video,...
Great! Thank you so much! That sounds simple enough. :)
So I have this data coming through as a string (all one string). Any idea how I convert that to the proper format?
Sorry... I'm new to...
Here's my problem. I have a date an time format that looks like this:
06-01-2012, 10:15am (MM-DD-YYYY, HH:MMxx).
What I want to do is create code (using PHP, preferably) that checks whether this...
OH! Auto-increment wasn't set! Wow, why do I only find my answers after I ask for help? :P
I have a database full of many tables. They're all working fine. However, on this one table, I can only add one row. As soon as that one row is added, I cannot add any more rows. Why?
Sure, semantics aren't a problem. I'll give this a try. Thanks!
I thought there'd be a built-in way to do this with PHP. :)
I'm uploading images through PHP. I'm using the following segment of code:
if (file_exists("photos/" . $_FILES["file"]["name"]))
echo $_FILES["file"]["name"] . " already...
I'm wondering if it has something to do with character encoding. Maybe GET will cause problems with encoding, but POST preserves the characters?
I would like to add an image uploader to my site. From what I can tell, I need to use POST methods to send the data from the uploaded file to the next page. If I use the GET method, the $files...
I think the "problem" is that there are so many that will work just fine. I would definitely recommend a large company to a smaller, unless the company offers hosting as part of a package. I suppose...
Aah, yes. Ok, thanks! I thought there was a more standard way.
I would like to duplicate a row and change one of the cells.
Is there a way to do it using a MySQL query? I know I can do it using a Select and Insert, but I wanted to know if there was a way to do...
I know I can do orders_id = 1 OR orders_id = 2, and so on, but is there a more standard way?
I'm spacing on this. I'm sure it's simple, but I can't recall it.
I want to write a clause using a WHERE statement.
SELECT * FROM products WHERE orders_id = 1 ORDER BY products_model
Then explode I shall use.
I thank you for your time. :)
I want to get information between two characters using PHP.
For example, if I have the string:
I want to extract the characters between the first two *...
Yeah, I could imagine. But I'll use it for now. :)
Hmm... people should use this more.
Thanks for sharing!
Thanks! Is that the standard? I've used so much CSS, but this has never come up.
Argh! Answered my own question.
// Delimiters may be slash, dot, or hyphen
$date = "04/30/1973";
list($month, $day, $year) = split('[/.-]', $date);
echo "Month: $month; Day: $day;...
I would like to change the appearance of an input (type=text) field using CSS. However, I would like input (type=submit) to look different. Is there a way I can do this in CSS without making my own...
It sounds easy. I've done it before, but when I browse the web for a solution, I turn up nothing.
I have a string like this: 04/07/2012
I want to turn this into a month, day, and year variable....
I'm interested in learning more about Sitefinity. I've been working with it for a while and I'm wondering what the pros and cons are of this software as opposed to other CMS softwares.