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    You would use AJAX JavaScript calls to a PHP...

    You would use AJAX JavaScript calls to a PHP script that returns the data you are looking to add or change and the javascript to update the web page elements that you need updating.
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    PSK stands for Pre Shared Key. Like when you...

    PSK stands for Pre Shared Key.

    Like when you create a wireless connection between devices and your computer or router, you would use a PSK or RADIUS server, but seeing as Radius is a costly...
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    Also note that allot of PHP installs now require...

    Also note that allot of PHP installs now require the default time zone set otherwise you get an error message output. If you are not experiencing that error then its likely your host is running an...
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    Are the servers on the same host? If not then...

    Are the servers on the same host?

    If not then I would say that if the two servers are in your control then using AES to encrypt with a PSK type arrangement where coding does not require the key to...
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    no session_start() can be seen... Without...

    no session_start() can be seen...

    Without knowing what $row['pwd_expires'] returns, its hard to say if strtotime is returning the desired result. on php.net it states that strtotime returns a...
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    jQuery It needs saying... Rule Numero Uno of web...

    It needs saying...

    Rule Numero Uno of web development is to NOT mess with a web page size, quickest and fastest way to lose people. On a personal note, any site I come across using such methods...
  7. jQuery Actually, 1.5MB is huge. JQuery library is...

    Actually, 1.5MB is huge.

    JQuery library is around 100k
    JavaScript is native, so size does not matter!

    As for your query, it is better off asked in the JQuery (Frameworks) forum located at the...
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    One thing to remember with error reporting, just...

    One thing to remember with error reporting, just because the report says the error is on line 24, does not mean that the error is in that line, all an error report will do is report an error at the...
  9. Login scripts... End of term, sounds like...

    Login scripts... End of term, sounds like someone's been playing a bit too much in RPG's ...

    No code here but to give you a running start...

    You will need sessions, use session_start() to start...
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    No idea about this Laravel business, a bit...

    No idea about this Laravel business, a bit convoluted and reinventing the wheel if you ask me but...

    $categories = array();

    foreach (Category::all() as $category) {
    $categories[$category->id]...
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    Certain rules with HEREDOC have to be observed,...

    Certain rules with HEREDOC have to be observed, mostly the HEREDOC; closure needs to be on a line of its own with no trailing white space and leave a line after it, eg.

    Opening

    $variable =...
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    $d = date("d-m-Y")

    $d = date("d-m-Y")
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    You can have as many scripts as you like, the...

    You can have as many scripts as you like, the problem arises where you use a script and include a 3rd party script and your variables clash.

    That is your only consideration when using multiple...
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    When 'echoing' allot of lines of HTML within PHP,...

    When 'echoing' allot of lines of HTML within PHP, you can, depending on how your web page is constructed, either drop in and out of ?> ...som HTML <?php ...some php ?> or use a HEREDOC method for...
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    So ... Can you explain why are you asking for...

    So ... Can you explain why are you asking for Minecraft Voucher Codes to register where?
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    I would advise that your using mysql_* functions,...

    I would advise that your using mysql_* functions, you should be using mysqli_* functions as the mysql_* functions are now depreciated and it only takes an update by your web host and your script...
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    You can store small images fairly easily as...

    You can store small images fairly easily as base64 strings that can be served up in to the src element of the <img tag directly.

    However, the practice is discouraged because it impacts on the...
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    You're asking for help with your web code but not...

    You're asking for help with your web code but not posting any of it, were not miracle workers you know...

    To get help you need to post the code your using, posting snipits without wrapping the...
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    If you are preloading images, you use an Image()...

    If you are preloading images, you use an Image() object constructor to make an image object to then load in to an array the actual image for display.

    If you are using a timer to run a slide show,...
  20. How many fields..! Set up a table with three...

    How many fields..!

    Set up a table with three fields, make first a unique idenfier, second can be used for a group identifier and the third a value that relates to that group.

    You can then store...
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    Still no code post... If you are having email...

    Still no code post...

    If you are having email issues, you need to as suggested have access to an email account on the domain sending emails, some hosting companies use an object to capture and...
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    Here is a rough idea... $query2 = "SELECT...

    Here is a rough idea...


    $query2 = "SELECT query works fine
    $result2 = mysqli_query ( $con, $query2 );
    if( $con->connect_errno )
    die("[Database connection error] ". $con->connect_error);...
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    You need to supply the code you are using, you...

    You need to supply the code you are using, you have not provided enough code, what you have provided is just an output routine.
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    After a bit of mooching about the interwebs, it...

    After a bit of mooching about the interwebs, it would appear that you're cutting and pasting blocks of code as I have been looking at your code and its been a case of where have I seen that before......
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    You are mixing OO methods and Procedural methods,...

    You are mixing OO methods and Procedural methods, which I beleive is part of the problem here, you don't seem to be grasping the fact that you make a mysqli connection via an OO method in to $db but...
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