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    ... unless you're inside of a double-quote...

    ... unless you're inside of a double-quote delimited string, in which case you would not want to add the quotes around the index value. (There aren't any instances of this in the OP's code - just...
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    First thing I'd suggest is to start using valid...

    First thing I'd suggest is to start using valid HTML.
  3. Is your DB used by external sources? If not, why...

    Is your DB used by external sources? If not, why even open up port 3306 to the public at all?
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    To get the latest version, simply go to...

    To get the latest version, simply go to http://www.jquery.com and click on the "Download" tab (first link in the bright blue tab group near the top of the page). Scroll down to the "Current Release"...
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    http://code.jquery.com/ maintains a list of...

    http://code.jquery.com/ maintains a list of previous versions of jQuery, but...

    Any particular reason you don't want to try the latest version instead?
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    It would, unless you upload version 1.2.6 of...

    It would, unless you upload version 1.2.6 of jQuery to the location that tag is pointing to.
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    Oops... ignore the [man] bbcode tags in my reply...

    Oops... ignore the [man] bbcode tags in my reply above... guess I'm too used to PHPBuilder's forums. :o
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    With a couple of modifications, fputcsv() would...

    With a couple of modifications, fputcsv() would indeed be the way to go. For example, rather than using the variable $XML (why on earth are you calling a variable that contains CSV data $XML?!) you...
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    Take a look at this:

    Take a look at this:

    <script type="text/javascript" src="jquery-1.1.3.1.min.js"></script>and see if you can't discern which version of jQuery you're using.
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    Where are you loading the jQuery .js file from?...

    Where are you loading the jQuery .js file from? If you're hosting it yourself, go here and get a replacement.

    If you're using a CDN hosted version, then it should be quite obvious which version...
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