Type: Posts; User: PsyNor
Thanks for the link. Here's my framework so far https://github.com/PsyNor/Cluster
But this is going way off topic I'll PM you instead
@spufi my point exactly. I've spent countless hours of my free time doing the exact same thing as I also do Monday to Friday. Not because my boss tells me to, but I want to stay on top of my game,...
I wouldn't! Period. Ok, so sometimes I envy the people who works at the mall, because when their day is over, it's over. But in the end, I love my job because of the extreme challenges I face on an...
You're welcome :) Glad I could help
And you are ofc running *AMP with other successfully working PHP codes? Just got to make sure :P
you are sure you're working in a .php file right?
what u mean??
Ahh so it's a new window? Well then you can use the first method I suggested
<form name="signup" method="post" action="">
Firstname: <input type="text" name="firstname" value="<?php print...
You can store the data in the session to fill out the form with the correctly entered data. But if it's in a pop up I would maybe suggest that you go with ajax.
Is it a jQuery popup?
Well I guess you could do it in the onsubmit and do a ajax request, or you could let it enter the server side file called in the action attribute. If the validation fails there it'd redirect you back...
I would suggest you look in to PHP's empty() and isset() functions, but make sure that you understand the range of empty() before you use it, to make that's what you want.
Alternatively you can...
I would suggest cron
It is possible to send mail from you localhost. But not by using mail() directly. But you could create a script that connects to gmail's smtp and sends it through that. Look in to sockets in PHP
If you are using MyISAM it will lock the whole table but if you're using InnoDB it'll only lock the row. Only the session that locked the table/row can access it.
Here's a cpl of links you should...
It's not enough to know a bit about all these topics, and in most cases people have a few specialties.
* Photoshop / Illustrator
You could do something like
$count = 5;
and then $count--; to know how many is left
Yes it's possible to make a script that takes the usernames and other data from the database and writes it to a xml file
Not sure if I'm understanding what you're trying to do here. Are you thinking about making a user login for your site with storing the user creentials to a xml file?
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