Type: Posts; User: Tompass
yes that would have something to do with it. when you do /x it looks in the current folder location for the file you are referencing.
Well It could be two things then.
1. the href isn't correct.
2. the php isn't referencing it correctly.
In either case, you can use the EXACT location.
i.e your website/location of file...
Just use the exact root location instead of the relative root.
You seem really worried that the client doesn't get the impression you are outsourcing work.
I don't see why you want that. If anything, its professional and customary to mention to mention a...
You could try using a different ftp, like fireftp. Putty feels old now a days, probably just the ugly gui that bothers me.
I have about 500-700~ hours in web development. I have a pretty good understanding of php and sql and would enjoy an opportunity such as this. I am taking some time off school to...
Just saying hi, I'm hoping to meet a lot of other passionate programmers/developers here and look forward to learning and helping as I become more involved with you guys.