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    [RESOLVED] SSH setup on Mac Terminal

    Mac users...

    As part of a web project they're letting me use my MacBook Pro OS X 10.6.4 to ssh into their web server. They told me to ssh in as root but all they gave me was a .pem file (public...
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    Using a CMS with a built in search tool? (If...

    Using a CMS with a built in search tool? (If not, consider one from this excellent site)

    If all you need is a search tool, consider Google Custom Search or FastFind. The first requires no real...
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    Most people call those parenthesis. ;)

    Most people call those parenthesis. ;)
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    You'd be a millionaire in no time. Start...

    You'd be a millionaire in no time. Start writing! Oops, sorry, I mean start composing! ;)
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    You have limited shell access and can only upload...

    You have limited shell access and can only upload files into your user space or web space without help from your webhost. Ugh. I now realize you didn't actually do the installation but found the...
  6. if (preg_match("/(*UTF8)[.\:\;\?\ ]/",$name)) { ...

    if (preg_match("/(*UTF8)[.\:\;\?\ ]/",$name)) {
    $hasError = true;
    }

    That works. Just a simple matter of adding (*UTF8) at the beginning of your regular expression. #...
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    Yes, it helps. If you have shell access, Root is...

    Yes, it helps. If you have shell access, Root is one thing, document root is another. When I said document root, that means where the home page for your web site might be. Not to be confused with...
  8. It's a wise developer who always considers if...

    It's a wise developer who always considers if their code is "portable". Follow nogdog's excellent advice, so you as the developer has full control of the sort order, no matter the platform or its...
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    Did you follow the last two steps in the...

    Did you follow the last two steps in the instructions? If the output was different than expected or error, tell us in detail. To answer your other question, chown and chmod are Linux commands that...
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    If GeoIP.dat is not readable to apache/PHP or not...

    If GeoIP.dat is not readable to apache/PHP or not in the right place at all then you need to place the file in your document root or any folder within, chown it to the same user/group Apache runs and...
  11. What you just described is called a FILE MANAGER....

    What you just described is called a FILE MANAGER. It allows users to upload stuff into folders and then they can view/delete/download as well as change permissions, etc. Instead of writing the...
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    for($i=0; $i < count($aantal); $i++) { You...

    for($i=0; $i < count($aantal); $i++) {

    You use method POST for the upload form submit but $aantal is populated to whatever $_GET['x'] is set and if it's not being set on submit then it's...
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    I did a little research on this, and without...

    I did a little research on this, and without seeing your code, there are numerous problems and fixes. The most common is GeoIP.dat is not readable to apache/PHP or not in the right place at all, if...
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    Based on your followup, sounds like you need to...

    Based on your followup, sounds like you need to included pagination in your result page. This infers the use of the "limit" in your SQL statement that returns the search results and tracking the...
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    That error refers to the uploaded file being only...

    That error refers to the uploaded file being only partially uploaded. Usual culprits include when the mime boundry is not found after the file data, i.e. the upload was cancelled by the user, bad...
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    Based on the link I followed this is the relevant...

    Based on the link I followed this is the relevant code to examine:


    $numresults = mysql_query ("SELECT name FROM `table` WHERE name like '$name' ORDER BY name"); // the query.
    $numrows =...
  17. If the class you're using doesn't display errors,...

    If the class you're using doesn't display errors, you should consider adding debugging code to see what the error is, maybe add this to the end of each query statement (or something like it):


    or...
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    One of the most popular recommendations for this...

    One of the most popular recommendations for this kind of thing is the SimpleRSS class, discussed in depth here with example code and download link. It uses either CURL or file_get_contents to parse...
  19. Apology accepted, back to work. After looking...

    Apology accepted, back to work.

    After looking at your content example in post 16, criterion9's suggestion makes a lot of sense considering the client requirements, but I have to point out...
  20. Exactly. Just like I suggested the HTML...

    Exactly.

    Just like I suggested the HTML comment tag to do precisely the same thing. And as to the crashing, I suggested how to capture buffer the HTML in a few lines of stable, simplified code...
  21. Yes, I completely follow you that some clients...

    Yes, I completely follow you that some clients want full automation of these kinds of things, and their reasons for doing so are commonplace and sound in policy and practicality.

    But you said to...
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    Hmmm... The best of my knowledge if the user...

    Hmmm...

    The best of my knowledge if the user taps and holds any existing image on a page, in iPhone4/Safari a menu will pop up allowing them to save the image to their camera roll (or another app)...
  23. You misunderstood. No, no... I mean YOU...

    You misunderstood. No, no... I mean YOU configure the editor! Tabula, CKEditor and FCKEditor are excellent examples of open source multi-platform compatible WYSIWYG editors where you can create...
  24. Read carefully... The problems you list are...

    Read carefully...

    The problems you list are not developer related. They can be solved easily by training and/or few minor changes to the editor, plus the banner can be placed where desired with...
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    I don't use double quotes. I only use backticks...

    I don't use double quotes. I only use backticks or single quotes around field or table names that share method names used by the SQL server (when working on queries I didn't create). Try it without...
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