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Nice reply evenstar7139 I like the detail.
Sorry didn't see the URL in your post..
there is an open link in the code. And their was unnecessary padding which overlapped the links. the new code will suffice.
OK something you should know with HTML is you should use relative paths when pointing to files on the computer..
Where you have code such as:
<img src="C:\Documents and...
I still cannot access the 'gif' on the server..
Ok. You are missing a file on the server..
something i found was weird though.. when i downloaded your website to my computer it had a...
I suppose your using CSS to format your website. Theirs not much anyone can say to help you without seeing the code for your website.
Different browsers interpret code differently, their might be...
I would suggest looking at:
Will give you some idea of how PHP interacts with a database.
I would suggest using PHP with a text file.
What you would need to do is create an IF statement upon login which will check the text file against their name to see if they have agreed to it or...
What language are you using?
or just html?
You can easily do this with php and mysql or even just php if you like..
I don't think theirs a specific way to do this in HTML. However you could go about it another way by putting the text in a 'div' and specifying a height limit and anything over this should be cut...
For syntax highlighting i would use
Most of you coding was correct there was just the issue of the form submitting.
echo '<form action="show.php" method="GET">';
To submit to the page you want to.
You need session_start(); at the top of every page.
Once you check weather the names of the user name match with the password you add the code:
and to check if the...
I am wondering if anyone knows some tutorials of guides of how to make an input form. Such as the one in this image.
And if you have just set it up make sure the server is 'localhost' , username is 'root' and the password is blank.