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Well, I guess it falls into two categories:
1. SQL - how to design the data model, and how to write the most efficient queries to return information stored in that model by performance tuning of...
If you do HTTP POST, can you clean the input in PHP? Maybe PHP's strip_tags function? Some of the comments in the PHP wiki doc (bottom of this page) may help:...
I'm just suggesting to put in the alert as something temporary.
You could put another button on the page, have it's onclick be something that will help you figure out the problem, and remove that...
Try the Microsoft .NET tutorials on their website. It will take awhile to learn.
Ask more specific questions, and that gets a lot, lot easier to answer.
Otherwise, find someone who knows what they're doing who you can regularly ask for help on that one.
Try changing the onclick method to do an alert dialog of the group1 value. That lets you see what the current value is, and you can compare the value to button1, 2, 3 or whatever it is before any of...
System only has one 'e' in it. What does this have to do with PHP?
Forgot one bit. In the HTML, it's:
Seems to work just fine from here, now.
Not without making things confusing, no.
Any reason for wanting to change it around? If the GET request is too long, you might try a shorter variable name.
You'll need to display an iframe under the popup regions of the list. It's the only fix I know of to stop select-tag input boxes from appearing above the text. Let me dig out some example code.
java.sun.com actually has really good tutorials on learning Java.
That's a wide open question. String.length() comes to mind?
Vector v1 = new Vector();
Vector v2 = v1.clone();
.clone() is the method that generally makes shallow copies of an object. A shallow copy...
You could have two <input type="hidden"> tags, and have the submit button have an onclick function that splits the <select> statement's selected value into two parts, saving those parts into the...
PHP is the easiest to learn, and will do everything you'll want. It's easy to find a web host, as well.
Ruby is harder to find hosting, and harder to find help; it's not hit widespread adoption. ...
Save that bit of HTML to a file on your desktop and open it with the browsers, and see if it's the browser or a server issue?
Taking a look at the string functions in MYSQL 5:
SELECT REPLACE(FIELDNAME, 'www.example.com', '');
should return the column...
Google for PHP CURL, which will let you pull down the requested site.
If you can right click on the page with the form, click on "view source", and paste that here, people could get a better idea of what you have so far.
If/when you do that, go through what you've...