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    Those errors are being generated because the...

    Those errors are being generated because the query itself is returning false, therefore $row is becoming NULL.

    The query is: "SELECT name FROM admin WHERE mobile='".$myusername."' and...
  2. The confirmation box appears to be firing up for...

    The confirmation box appears to be firing up for me. Do you have an online version I can see?
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    You are missing a closing curly brace. That error...

    You are missing a closing curly brace. That error is thrown when there is mis-match of braces.

    I would suggest indenting your code as this will help identify which one is missing.
  4. Web development is a big pond and currently you...

    Web development is a big pond and currently you are the size of a tadpole :-) Personally, I would start with the basics and read up on HTML & CSS. Once you know how to markup and style a website,...
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    Can you post either the URL to the XML or a dump...

    Can you post either the URL to the XML or a dump of the XML code? It's most likely one of the database values but I can't see this without seeing the result.
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    Petoba - Website Review

    Hi all,

    Recent rebuild of our company website. What do you guys think?

    http://www.petoba.com/

    Fully responsive. Any suggestions/improvements?
  7. You are creating an array with one element, the...

    You are creating an array with one element, the other array. Change to the following:



    $stmt->execute($bindArray);
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    Probably because you are print_r() the result...

    Probably because you are print_r() the result within a new array. Try changing it to:

    print_r ($allUnits);
  9. Try actually unsettling the individual item(s) in...

    Try actually unsettling the individual item(s) in the session, such as:

    unset ($_SESSION['key_name']);
  10. Go with the MySQL database. Every day of the week.

    Go with the MySQL database. Every day of the week.
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    Basically what they're saying is add code to your...

    Basically what they're saying is add code to your controller so that you can see it's working. For example, your welcome controller (the default) has code within the index() method and by loading...
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    Can you post the URL again? Appears to be missing...

    Can you post the URL again? Appears to be missing from your post.
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    This error is caused because something is being...

    This error is caused because something is being displayed before line 46 has been called. Remove any HTML, text or white space before this line. The header must be before anything is sent/output to...
  14. NogDog's solution will fix your problem. The...

    NogDog's solution will fix your problem. The reason this error occurs is because you've defined three field names to insert into (longitude, latitude, timestamp) but SQL only thinks you've provided...
  15. Just so I understand this, you're looking to...

    Just so I understand this, you're looking to create a JavaScript variable using PHP? You would do this like so:

    <script type="text/javascript">
    var id = '<?php echo $variable; ?>';
    </script>
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    I haven't tested your code but at first glance it...

    I haven't tested your code but at first glance it appears you are missing the certificate check options, since you're querying a https protocol.

    Try adding the following options:

    curl_setopt...
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