Type: Posts; User: bokehman
You need to post some code so you can be helped.
You don't need to get involved with DNS. The MX record is zone global and not specific to each email address.
Can I see how you are building the $bcc variable?
That's not very user friendly and not only that there is a chance of duplicating the image which is the whole purpose of this post. Personally I would do something like the following:
Post a photoshop picture of your layout so we know what you aree talking about. I sounds simple to me.
I am talking about the first character of the the callsign.
I've got an 'M' and an 'E' license
$string = 'source';
$remove = 'item to remove';
$replacement = 'the replacement';
str_replace($remove, $replacement,$string );
PTR or reverse IP:
A PTR record is what lets someone do a "reverse" DNS lookup - that is, they have your IP address and want to know what your host/domain is. At any Unix/Linux command line, you...
print str_replace('<font color="#900000">', '', str_replace('</font>', '', $i));
Ok! My script doesn't work for you because the tags should be in pairs, ie opening and closing tags of the same type. Try this:
$input = $_POST['input'];
If there is an opening <a> there should be a closing one. If there isn't one the html will not validate. Also post the html here and I will have a look to make it work. Post the url too.
You have got your " ' " ' quotes in a mess! And why have you changed the </a> to </td>?Try this:
$call = $_POST['input'];
Are you saying yahoo and hotmail reject some or all of your html email. If so either your mailserver configuration or mail() command are incorrect. Possibly it is failing an SPF test or reverse...
Just add the details to the database about each indiviual from the loop at the same time as you work on the file. That way $cantidad will already have the correct value. Where my script printed the...
Hi! This will do it but I am sure I have over complicated it.
$html = file_get_contents('http://domain.tld/filename.ext/'); // Put the URL here
$fp = fopen($filename, 'a');
Same job with PHP5
file_put_contents ($filename, $somecontent);
The truth is I have only been playing with PHP for a few short months and only for fun. I have never needed to use a database for any of my applications so I have never learned how MySql works. Sorry...
Are you drunk again? The way you have asked your question makes it seem that way. If you are asking what I think you are asking you could try this:
That's ok as long as the user has cookies enabled
Must not have any white space following it. Put the cursor immediately next to the 'D' and press enter so you can be certain there is nothing after the 'D'. If there is any empty space...