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  1. Just wanted to let you know that the system has...

    Just wanted to let you know that the system has been improved quite a bit since the original release.

    I am still working on a tutorial about how to build a simple website though. There is a...
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    Oh gosh this code looks ugly, would you please...

    Oh gosh this code looks ugly, would you please try to write it consistently using at least some coding standards?

    You basically throw the alert there right now with the following conditions:

    ...
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    Well, however is most convenient and makes most...

    Well, however is most convenient and makes most sense for your application, of course. Just remember that it's not a good idea to store more than 10 thousand files on Linux servers in a single...
  4. Yes, comparing it against fixed list is perfectly...

    Yes, comparing it against fixed list is perfectly safe.

    But you should not use $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']. Not all browsers send this information.

    Store the current URL ($_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'])...
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    The first example in this thread is just so wrong...

    The first example in this thread is just so wrong that you really should get back to basics here and go through tutorials on w3schools.com

    PHP is a back-end scripting engine, it only generates...
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    Validation should be done on both sides. You...

    Validation should be done on both sides. You validate with JavaScript for the convenience of the visitor to your site or a user, because it is easier for them to see where they are making a mistake....
  7. By objects you mean classes? They are entirely...

    By objects you mean classes?

    They are entirely different concept compared to including files. They cannot be compared at all. A class is a self-contained 'program' of sorts that can be used during...
  8. If you find it so difficult, do you think...

    If you find it so difficult, do you think programming is really for you? What are your previous experiences?

    Starting with programming is a difficult task. You need to be patient. Videos are not...
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    First of all, please read about MySQL data...

    First of all, please read about MySQL data sanitizing. Your code, as it stands right now, can be exploited more easily than Lindsay Lohan. Look into mysql_real_escape_string() function.

    Secondly,...
  10. Whatever you listed tells me (and whoever might...

    Whatever you listed tells me (and whoever might be reading this) nothing about your skills.

    To get a high paying job, you need to know a lot more than just HTML and PHP. You need to know beyond a...
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    You would benefit from a lot of PHP tutorials....

    You would benefit from a lot of PHP tutorials. This is a huge topic. Look into things such as 'sessions', username/password validations and database connections.
  12. You need to send data with proper headers, at the...

    You need to send data with proper headers, at the moment it returns text/plain instead of text/html (search Google for content-type headers setting with PHP). Also, you have an XML tag there for...
  13. Well, your server itself will be safe, you don't...

    Well, your server itself will be safe, you don't have to worry about that. The only harm that JavaScript can do is to the user. If an advertiser enters a URL of the website that intends to harm your...
  14. You should not worry. iFrames are always...

    You should not worry. iFrames are always protected by the browser. If iFrames are from different domains then they cannot communicate unless both are cooperating.

    But if you are trying to put ads...
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    Best thing is still to do both. Internet is...

    Best thing is still to do both. Internet is vital. This means that you cannot do majority of apps without having a web server in back end.

    Basically if you build smart enough API then most...
  16. These responses have been amusing to read! But...

    These responses have been amusing to read!

    But good that you got it working :)
  17. Oh of course. But the thing is that he said he's...

    Oh of course. But the thing is that he said he's doing breadcrumbs and I've not seen any websites that has cross-domain breadcrumbs :)
  18. Hi! Quite a few attempts have been made to...

    Hi!

    Quite a few attempts have been made to break the script that I put up.

    And of course those attempts have not worked.

    As such, to sum this last discussion up:


    It does not matter...
  19. HTTP_REFERER is not a good solution. Problem is...

    HTTP_REFERER is not a good solution. Problem is that this can be modified by anyone since this is a data string sent by browser to the server as part of headers. And some browsers, like Internet...
  20. While the code is a mess, I don't see where you...

    While the code is a mess, I don't see where you are actually sending those $_POST variables to AJAX. It looks like it makes an empty request without those variables. There's no post variable handling...
  21. I'm glad that I've been of assistance. I know it...

    I'm glad that I've been of assistance. I know it is a lot to handle right now, but I've been where you're at and you should not think of what you are doing today as 'bad' in any way (that is simply...
  22. Ah.. Thanks Jeff. I had no idea. I usually don't...

    Ah.. Thanks Jeff. I had no idea. I usually don't expect this from people with postcount above thousand in web development forums. But I've certainly learned my lesson :)

    As for 'var' in...
  23. Just for the sake of my amusement, I searched...

    Just for the sake of my amusement, I searched just that and Google did not give me 37 million responses, only 88 thousand. Anyways, how stubborn are you to make that your main point?

    The simple...
  24. Procedural is basically an application that runs...

    Procedural is basically an application that runs in a 'stream' of sorts. It loads bunch of files, based on user input calls various methods and does its job. Signs of a procedural code are usually...
  25. It depends. If your application is procedural and...

    It depends. If your application is procedural and not object-oriented, especially if database connection and queries are not object oriented, then it will be difficult to convert and make sure...
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