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    PHP and MySQL are a common pairing of programming...

    PHP and MySQL are a common pairing of programming language and RDBMS. It's certainly a pair many have used to start learning server-side web development. You'd like start with the basics of PHP, then...
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    For a front-end web developer, I'd say it's a...

    For a front-end web developer, I'd say it's a waste of time/money -- unless you can get a full-ride scholarship (and risk being considered over-qualified ;) ).

    Now, if you were going to get into...
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    What do you want to be able to do? Do you want to...

    What do you want to be able to do? Do you want to get into server-side programming (server-side languages along with database design/use)?
  4. Thread: DL vs. TABLE

    by NogDog
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    It might be worth looking at...

    It might be worth looking at https://www.w3.org/TR/2014/REC-html5-20141028/grouping-content.html#the-dl-element to see some ways they kind of stretch the definition of what a definition is. :) I...
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    I know there are a some Firefox...

    I know there are a some Firefox extensions/plug-ins to do that, and in Chrome you can go to View -> Developer -> Developer Tools, and then at the top of the panel that opens up for that, there's an...
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    Been a long time since I was a child; but I can't...

    Been a long time since I was a child; but I can't really think of a time when I thought my life would somehow be better if there were something tattooed on me. I suppose a part of it may be that when...
  7. Thread: hi

    by NogDog
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    Welcome. If you are new to technical/programming...

    Welcome. If you are new to technical/programming forums, you might want to take a few minutes with the link in my signature, below. :)
  8. Thread: PHP script

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    Thread closed and reported to Admins for possible...

    Thread closed and reported to Admins for possible AUP violation (asking how to hack a site's database).
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    Yeah, I think I'd be less concerned about those...

    Yeah, I think I'd be less concerned about those with really old browsers than I would be about making sure my site was usable on a phone -- which is where CSS3 can help via media types. (And...
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    Only 3%? I might have expected even more, between...

    Only 3%? I might have expected even more, between the fact that it's a big country with a fair number of people living in pretty remote areas, and those in more populous areas but lower incomes might...
  11. Thread: Introduction

    by NogDog
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    Welcome to the forums. If any of you new members...

    Welcome to the forums. If any of you new members are new to technical/programming forums in general, you might find it worthwhile to spend some time looking at...
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    Yep. At least that appears to be what I see in...

    Yep. At least that appears to be what I see in Firefox. They're generally rules inherited from some element/stylesheet that have been overridden at a lower level.
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    I've never had even the slightest desire to have...

    I've never had even the slightest desire to have someone draw/write something on my body. (shrug)
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    I don't know if there is some off-the-shelf...

    I don't know if there is some off-the-shelf solution that would come close enough to what you need; but if I were doing it, I'd probably build it more or less from the ground up, so that I had total...
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    For this reply: http://www.webdeveloper.com/forum/showthread.php?357699-trouble-with-PHP-proxy-based-RSS-reader&p=1478781#post1478781

    I had to remove the "<?php" that I had as the first line of my...
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    Just in case (you never know), is PHP installed...

    Just in case (you never know), is PHP installed and running in your local test environment?

    Assuming it is, you may want to turn on all error reporting:


    ini_set('display_errors', true);...
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    And I vote for "no," if that fits in okay with...

    And I vote for "no," if that fits in okay with the application design. :)
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    If you're not controlling page access but...

    If you're not controlling page access but instead, perhaps, just access to certain content within the page, then you could remove the stuff about displaying a login page and exiting, maybe instead...
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    Same sort of error on your sister forum: http://board.phpbuilder.com/showthread.php?10394977-Clientside-Tech-forum-new-post-borken&p=11056755&viewfull=1#post11056755

    screenshots attached there of...
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    I doubt there's one always right answer, but I...

    I doubt there's one always right answer, but I tend to like to have all the login stuff in a set of functions (or classes) that get required on any page that requires login access. So the first thing...
  21. PS: If your live site already has data using your...

    PS: If your live site already has data using your own salt mechanism, you probably have to live with the deprecated warning (turning them off in production), so that it will continue to work with the...
  22. I don't truly know if it makes it more secure or...

    I don't truly know if it makes it more secure or not, but apparently they believe the automatic salt generation that function uses by default is at least as good.
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    I ran into the same problem on another thread. My...

    I ran into the same problem on another thread. My guess is that it was something validating the input and not liking that my response included some JavaScript -- which could be a real problem on a...
  24. Are they really complaining about how it looks?...

    Are they really complaining about how it looks? I'd be more inclined to think they're looking at what the underlying HTML looks like and how search engines will therefore perceive it. (I don't recall...
  25. Heh...at first I thought of a different meaning...

    Heh...at first I thought of a different meaning for POS. :D
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