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    Awesome! Glad you got it working.

    Awesome! Glad you got it working.
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    Either use your new server as a proxy to the old...

    Either use your new server as a proxy to the old server or run your POSTs via an iframe.
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    The XMLHttpRequest class should do the trick:...

    The XMLHttpRequest class should do the trick: http://www.w3schools.com/xml/xml_http.asp
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    I'm not sure what your goals are here. But, I...

    I'm not sure what your goals are here. But, I might suggest using https://code.google.com/p/google-code-prettify/

    I started using it on my blog, and I'm quite happy with it. I believe...
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    Correction. It seems as though only the PHP code...

    Correction. It seems as though only the PHP code boxes are tiny and fixed. See attached ...

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    Using Chrome on OS X, I'm seeing tiny,...

    Using Chrome on OS X, I'm seeing tiny, fixed-size, useless code boxes. Unacceptable, IMO.

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    Ok. If you just need a button you can click on a...

    Ok. If you just need a button you can click on a page-by-page basis that submits some scraped page content to a server, look into writing a bookmarklet.

    It's as simple as adding a link to your...
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    So, you're just trying to create a solution that...

    So, you're just trying to create a solution that can pull information out of a page you have loaded in your browser? (Which would apply to both the "current" page and any page it links or submits to.)
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    I'm honestly not sure what the question is. Or...

    I'm honestly not sure what the question is. Or how to interpret this:



    Are you saying you want the click to increment that value? Or that this sort of link appears N times on the page, each...
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    I'd also be interested in knowing what this is...

    I'd also be interested in knowing what this is intended to do -- big picture. Wouldn't hurt to show your existing source as well -- charCodeAt() works perfectly fine for me on that string as given:
    ...
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    First preference is probably the .net. 2nd is...

    First preference is probably the .net. 2nd is hyphenated. If I understand your first option, that's generally only acceptable for small, informal groups of geeks.

    The other option, if your site...
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    win.

    win.
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    This is a good solution if you're not concerned...

    This is a good solution if you're not concerned about sending the initial request in plain text. My recommendation would be run everything over SSL: install the above in all pages (in your template...
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    Thanks for the response. Our temporary solution...

    Thanks for the response. Our temporary solution was to detect versions of Safari we knew to have the problem and perform CSS rotation. A few weeks back, however, we noticed that some PDF's simply...
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    99% sure fwrite() won't add a BOM on its own.

    99% sure fwrite() won't add a BOM on its own.
  16. A function can behave like any other object in...

    A function can behave like any other object in javascript. It can be assigned to a variable, popped into an array, or stuffed in an object:


    obj['add'] = function(x, y) { return x + y; }
    var sum...
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    Your PHP is looking for a URL formatted like...

    Your PHP is looking for a URL formatted like this:

    yourdomain.com/getteams.php?$id=N

    Your javascript, on the other hand, is request a URL like this:

    yourdomain.com/getteams.php?N

    So, I'd...
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    A redirect here and there can help keep things...

    A redirect here and there can help keep things organized on the backend. But, there's not typically any need for a double redirect. And, once a user is logged in, they should be able to navigate...
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    OK. Well, if you feel like tackling it again...

    OK. Well, if you feel like tackling it again tomorrow, give us the public URL of the script you're working on and a public URL for the image itself. Comparing the the difference in output might shed...
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    See:...

    See: http://php.net/manual/en/function.mysql-fetch-array.php

    Unless my eyes deceive me, this is wrong on a few levels:

    $row_getImage = mysql_fetch_array($getImage, $con);
    $row_getImage =...
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    If you can tolerate forms authentication, it's easy enough to validate their credentials:


    $ldap_connection = ldap_connect('ActiveDirectoryServer');
    if ($ldap_connection) {
    $user =...
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    You create a single repository. It's primary...

    You create a single repository. It's primary purpose is to track and backup revisions of your working copy. If you want to also use it to assist in publishing the code, you can do that. But, it...
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    IP address isn't a reliable identifier. It's OK...

    IP address isn't a reliable identifier. It's OK for blacklisting trouble-makers. Bad for identifying users or machines.

    Tag anonymous visitors' machines with a long-lived cookie. Tag the visitors...
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    I'm a little confused about what you're asking. ...

    I'm a little confused about what you're asking.

    The dev/alpha/beta/live instances I'm referring to above aren't tied to different repos. They're all just site instances. I called them working...
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    Which query gave you what output, as opposed to...

    Which query gave you what output, as opposed to what you need?

    ... Did you see the bit where I said, "if you think you shouldn't be seeing multiple claims on an invoice, someone needs to correct...
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