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    how about on the form tag you just run the php...

    how about on the form tag you just run the php file? something like



    <form metho="post" action="myphpscript.php">
    ...
    </form>
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    I use phpmyadmin a lot. There is no need to be...

    I use phpmyadmin a lot. There is no need to be fancy on its UI. The simpler it is the faster it loads.
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    I should be using XAMPP or WAMP or VERTIGO if I...

    I should be using XAMPP or WAMP or VERTIGO if I am not very good at configuring the webserver
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    When its a very big project I use netbeans. If...

    When its a very big project I use netbeans. If its just a couple of pages I always user scite, its very fast and the code highlighting is amazing.
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    I use netbeans for both os... Its on v7

    I use netbeans for both os... Its on v7
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    $profilesSQL="SELECT * FROM profiles WHERE name...

    $profilesSQL="SELECT * FROM profiles WHERE name like '%$query%' or rel like '%$query%' LIMIT 10";
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    Yes this is the right way of redirecting. If not...

    Yes this is the right way of redirecting. If not you can use



    function redirect($url) {
    echo "<script type=\"text/javascript\">window.location='".$url."';</script>";
    }


    To use it you...
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    Maybe you want to try php's CURL function

    Maybe you want to try php's CURL function
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    Yes you should get to know apache, php and myql...

    Yes you should get to know apache, php and myql first before jumping into it. But anyway you can start the wamp server and put your html & php files on the htdocs folder. You can view it using...
  10. Thread: date format

    by paparts
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    how about date('Y-j-n', strtotime('Your...

    how about


    date('Y-j-n', strtotime('Your date here'));
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