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    If I understand your problem, this might help: ...

    If I understand your problem, this might help:



    // check to see if any post data was submitted
    if (count($_POST) > 0 )
    {
    // see if the post is the same as the one we just received
    if...
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    Again, thanks for the responses. Although...

    Again, thanks for the responses. Although insiteful, I'm really left at the same point I started!

    I think, though, that I will recommed the switch. Not in the original version, which we are just...
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    Thanks for the responses. Our issue revolves...

    Thanks for the responses.

    Our issue revolves around "what will be the different outcomes once we reach 1 million users?"

    Will the `user` table be extremely large due to having so many extra...
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    Database efficiency question

    Hi,

    We are developing an online application that will, among many other things, be taking a user's mailing and billing addresses.

    I was wondering, which is better:
    1) storing both addresses in...
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    Did a defrag (Norton Speed Disk) last night,...

    Did a defrag (Norton Speed Disk) last night, wasn't too fragged to begin with so I didn't see any change.

    I will try a chkdsk tonight, see if it helps.

    My biggest "WTF" is comming from Windows,...
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    The entries that Hijackthis came up with did not...

    The entries that Hijackthis came up with did not seem unusual. I examined the path to each and could identify what program they were assossiated with (Sun Java, Zend Studio, ...)

    If you like I can...
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    Ok, I booted in to safe mode and ran Spybot and...

    Ok, I booted in to safe mode and ran Spybot and HijackThis. Spybot found only 4 things, nothing serious.

    Now, when I start up, Windows says that because of significant hardware changes, I need to...
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    Suggestions with severe slowdown

    Yo,

    So I've been running on a windows XP pro installation for about a year, and all of the sudden it just started slowing down tremendously. The funny thing is, according to WinBar, my CPU...
  9. Know any good Web Server Control Panels

    Yo,

    I'm wondering if anyone knows of any really good web server control panels, like Ensim, Plesk, or cPanel. I'm preferrably looking for an open source, free solution.

    My business has a...
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    MySQL upgrading issues

    Yo,

    I've been reading and getting really excited about the enhancements in the MySQL 4.x line. I have been for a long time, since it first came out.

    Is there any security or stability issues...
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    Problem with table cell heights

    Here's the deal:

    I have a table that I use as the layout for a web site. Some cells contain images that connect with each other to form a nice, smooth layout, while other cells are empty and used...
  12. Thanks for all your help people. I tried...

    Thanks for all your help people.

    I tried WinSCP and I like it a lot. I might suggest to him that he set it up for SFTP, but I can live with SSH's scp.
  13. Do I need a special deamon to run secure FTP? ...

    Do I need a special deamon to run secure FTP?

    If so, where can I get one?
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    Well, most places have a "forgot password" link...

    Well, most places have a "forgot password" link that will give you a way to get your password back.

    Hacking tools exist. No offense, but I wouldn't help you unless you could prove you owned the...
  15. Yes we are using Apache, and yes we are uploading...

    Yes we are using Apache, and yes we are uploading to our home directories using FTP.

    My main issue is that I've never seen a server do this. Even paid hosts that are supposed to be fairly secure...
  16. FTP server / web server security question

    Ok,

    I have a friend who has an idea on how to keep his server more secure. I think he is creating way more work for himself and not solving many promblems. I want to run this by the people here to...
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    Spoooooon!!

    Spoooooon!!
  18. Thread: Help

    by Psychomantum
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    Maybe it's the fact that you are using roott...

    Maybe it's the fact that you are using roott instead of root as your path. Maybe I'm wrong and that's the way you have it listed, but double check.
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    One of the things I like about PHP over ASP is...

    One of the things I like about PHP over ASP is that with PHP you can do something simple like write a form in plain HTML and you only need the PHP on the next page to process the form. With ASP, your...
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    Agreed. Some new features: Private and...

    Agreed.

    Some new features:

    Private and protected class variables. Something I look forward to, if only for the fact that it brings it closer to C++ style which I am more familiar.

    Unified...
  21. I like Dreamweaver. I use Notepad for quick...

    I like Dreamweaver. I use Notepad for quick edits, but because Dreamweaver has syncronization, check in/out, and database binding functions, I like using it for a majority of my programming.

    I...
  22. nice

    From the link you gave:


    It's almost too easy.... :D

    Thanks
  23. Writing Secure PHP scripts/apps. Questions

    I am fairly new to writing web applications with PHP. I know most of the basics, but I have some security questions.

    I was wondering if anyone knows any tips to help make my PHP scripts more...
  24. Thread: Yo

    by Psychomantum
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    Yo

    Yo,

    Just wanted to introduce myself. I'm an 8th term Computer Information Systems (CIS) major at DeVry University in Addison. I own a small business doing web sites.

    Later
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