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    This may not actually be the problem, but all I'm...

    This may not actually be the problem, but all I'm saying is, make sure that your macro has the execute permissions set in such a way that a non-root user can execute it. Otherwise, whatever other...
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    Assuming you are running this from a web page: ...

    Assuming you are running this from a web page: You say you are able to run the command from the command line; did you do so while logged in as the Apache user? If not, you might try that. If it...
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    Don't you need the action parameter in your form...

    Don't you need the action parameter in your form tag.
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    Right above the two var statements, type the...

    Right above the two var statements, type the following:


    Alert(id_sc_field_stime + " " + id_sc_field_etime);
    Return false;

    Then refresh/display your page, and then, if needed, trigger the...
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    What do the contents of id_sc_field_stime and...

    What do the contents of id_sc_field_stime and id_sc_field_etime actually look like, if you pop them into an alert box, for example?
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    You'd have to capture the browser's print event. ...

    You'd have to capture the browser's print event. See this post about that:

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1234008/detecting-browser-print-event

    You could try providing a print button and...
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    The only way to do it without submitting the page...

    The only way to do it without submitting the page is with AJAX techniques. Otherwise, you'll have to submit the page to send the data to the server.
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    Agreed.

    Agreed.
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    It looks like wrapping the $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']...

    It looks like wrapping the $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'] in htmlspecialchars prevents this particular xss example from working. Is it sufficient?
  10. There are a number of tools out there that help...

    There are a number of tools out there that help can you with browser testing; they'll let you launch pages in different browsers, and varying versions of browsers, within the tool. Google "IE...
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    Have you tried just echoing $xmlcode->ItemID?

    Have you tried just echoing $xmlcode->ItemID?
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    How about password protecting the survey and...

    How about password protecting the survey and communicating the password in the document you mention?

    Writing a cookie wouldn't work, I think, because you can't write it at the point of clicking...
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    This isn't meant to be a helpful critique or...

    This isn't meant to be a helpful critique or anything, I'm just curious: FAQ is used as-is on Chinese sites? It doesn't get translated?
  14. Thread: fpdf multicell

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    From the FPDF Manual on their site: That...

    From the FPDF Manual on their site:



    That seems to suggest that a line break will be automatically appended if your text fills the cell. Maybe if you extend the cell length to more than...
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    You don't need to escape single ticks within your...

    You don't need to escape single ticks within your echo statement.
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    The '+' operator concatenates strings. You'll...

    The '+' operator concatenates strings. You'll need to cast the values as numbers. Just Google "javascript convert string to number" and you'll get all kinds of help.
  17. I wonder if a modal window is what you need? ...

    I wonder if a modal window is what you need? Google for Javascript modal windows and see what you find.
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    Is your example really indicative of your data? ...

    Is your example really indicative of your data? I mean, you don't have any unique fields in the record? No id field? I'm asking because it makes a difference as to what kind of solution will work....
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    Okay, just a couple more observations then. ...

    Okay, just a couple more observations then.

    The results seem to come back pretty quickly for my search, which is good. But, it wasn't immediately obvious to me that I'd gotten results back. This...
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    Seems okay. I opened it in Firefox 3.6. Browsed...

    Seems okay. I opened it in Firefox 3.6. Browsed to an ebay result. Personally, I seriously dislike having scroll bars around the ebay page when it's displayed. It means I have two sets of scroll...
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    You could try something like this: SELECT...

    You could try something like this:



    SELECT Table1.x, Table1.y, Table1.date
    FROM Table1
    WHERE [Table1]![x] & "_" & [Table1]![date] IN (SELECT [Table1]![x] & "_" &MAX( [Table1]![date]) AS Expr1...
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    So, is what you want a single row for each x...

    So, is what you want a single row for each x value, with multiple y values shown?
  23. This question at Stack Overflow answers your...

    This question at Stack Overflow answers your question:

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1005153/auto-detect-mobile-browser-via-user-agent
  24. Your input values should be e.g....

    Your input values should be e.g. value="<?=$txt_item_disp_[2];?>
  25. Thread: Jquery

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    http://www.jqapi.com/#p=css

    http://www.jqapi.com/#p=css
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