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Update - after more experimentation, turns out the phones in question aren't even sending their location to maps.google.com. So I'm pretty sure I'm not going to find a resolution to this. It's...
Thanks for the reply - from some testing it looks like it fails on Samsung S3, Galaxy S3, HTC sensation 4.03, and probably some others.
However, it does seem to work on other Android devices,...
Since the server side php code is not seen on the front end (by the search crawlers), it won't have an impact as long as your resulting html is seo friendly. In fact there's no real way (besides the...
When you set the cookie the second time, shouldn't you also use the "/" designation? It may be setting it for the subfolder, which is why you don't see the increment. Just a thought,...
What you are asking to do is a bit challenging. Probably the way to do what you are asking is to store the credit card information, and then run charges at the appropriate time. However,...
Are you talking about caching on the server, or on the browser?
What kinds of items are you looking to cache? Images, css, and js files are often cached by the browser to improve load time.
The "exec" in the sample script you posted will execute on the server, not the customer's machine. I don't know exactly what you are trying to do, but if you have a limited understanding of php, you...
If you are trying to learn programming "fast" - the frameworks may not cut it.
They assume you understand MVC architecture, and why / when it makes sense to use it.
But if you already have...
You forgot to run:
$result = mysql_query($query);
then call mysql_num_rows on $result.
You can also just output the HTML code directly, like this:
That harnesses more of the power of php - to segregate pieces of...
Have you tried using the "having" clause at the end of your query?
having date >= %1
that can be used at the end of the statement with the field you created earlier. I'd change "date" to...
Yes, you'll need those to be '/' instead of '|'.
I'd recommend getting the command to work from the command line, then moving it into your script and substituting in the variables.
If you don't handle it in mysql, you can simply track the last "item" you saw in the loop, then if the current item is equal to the last one, just skip it (don't print it out).
Thank you! I didn't think of doing that. It's wierd that I've seen it work on other sites, (it's purchased shopping cart software) so I figured it was something that was customized.
I've debugged this problem as far as I can, and I'm losing my mind.
If anyone can take a glance at this page and see if they see any issues, I'd appreciate it.
If you run the above query, you'll have the comments in reverse order. If you grab the records and put them into an array, you can print them out like so:
You can append fields like so:
$message = $_REQUEST["Field1"];
$message .= $_REQUEST["Field2"];
I have a client who noticed a bunch of googlebot traffic, hitting links to "unsubscribe" from a newsletter.
The interesting thing is, these links are custom built (with the user's...
Thanks - that sounds like a good place to start.
I'm a traditional LAMP programmer. When it comes to anything related to graphics / design, I have no skills at all. I can do html / css ok, but have no
artistic skills at all.
I couldn't find any recent threads on this topic, so I figured I'd post and ask again.
Does anyone have experience "buying leads" for web development? If so, can you relate how...
What are these scripts supposed to do? What (if anything) works, and what errors (specific) are you getting?
I doubt anyone here is going to install all this code and try debugging it for you. ...
Well, first you have to know "how" your email server allows new forwards to be set up. Unless you are running a dedicated server you are probably out of luck.
If you have a dedicated server,...
Yes, that's a possibility, but since it's on a bunch of products, I wanted to see if there was a simple solution. Also the client will be updating products, so she'd have to keep a reference for all...