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  1. Haven't been on the forums for a while, but great to see the family still grow. A really good job for the new site! Now TCH looks as great as it's services is! Rock Sign
  2. Actually there is a built in function in Dreamweaver MX. Just go to Insert>Form>Jump Menu, and you can set this up easily. Dennis
  3. Add this before your MySql query, but in between a PHP <?php ?> $Get_current_date= date('Y m d'); Then add $Get_current_date into $insertSQL = sprintf("INSERT INTO SUBSCRIBER_T (FULL_NAME, EMAIL_ADDR, CREATE_DT) VALUES (%s, %s, %s)", GetSQLValueString($_POST['FULL_NAME'], "text"), GetSQLValueString($_POST['EMAIL_ADDR'], "text"), GetSQLValueString($Get_current_date,"date"));
  4. Or this: date('Y m d'), "date")); Since you do not need the time which now() provides.
  5. Try this if ((isset($_POST["MM_insert"])) && ($_POST["MM_insert"] == "form1")) { $insertSQL = sprintf("INSERT INTO SUBSCRIBER_T (FULL_NAME, EMAIL_ADDR, CREATE_DT) VALUES (%s, %s, %s)", GetSQLValueString($_POST['FULL_NAME'], "text"), GetSQLValueString($_POST['EMAIL_ADDR'], "text"), now(), "date")); mysql_select_db($database_test, $test); $Result1 = mysql_query($insertSQL, $test) or die(mysql_error());
  6. Signed that.....down with monopoly, Go straight to Jail, Do not collect Pay. Dennis
  7. Found this great little program where you can do a whois and IP lookup directly from Windows commandline or Windows. http://www.whoisview.com/products/whoisview/ Dennis
  8. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year everyone
  9. Netobject Fusions is quite easy to use as well...... Dennis
  10. Search for httpd.conf and open it with wordpad (probably at C:\phpdev\Apache\conf if you did the installation without any changes to the path etc.) don't use notepad cause it jumbles up all the text making it diffcult to read. Look for ># # DocumentRoot: The directory out of which you will serve your # documents. By default, all requests are taken from this directory, but # symbolic links and aliases may be used to point to other locations. # DocumentRoot "C:/phpdev/www/" and change the DocumentRoot "C:/where/ever/you/want/it/to/be" and that should do the trick. Dennis
  11. Try www.******/cpanel You would be prompted for your username and password, after which you be in Cpanel's page....enjoy Dennis
  12. Congrats Jim Now, no more fishing for you, ya hear...... Dennis
  13. Try this article at Macromedia AMFPHP which would show you how to connect to a PHP backend using a Flash frontend. Dennis
  14. Looks like a permissioning problem....try changing the news_rss.php's permission... Dennis
  15. Hmmm, so did you managed to solve the problem? Dennis
  16. Thanks Pgh-Biker, didn't know that would do the trick Dennis
  17. Tracy, Have a look at this thread. You can try the PHPDev package for your home testing station. Home testing station thread Dennis
  18. Thanks a lot Mike Gonna try that out Naughty Dennis
  19. Thanks, Mike, but what about the legend key? Dennis
  20. Is the coloured usergroup (the one in use in this forum) for Invision Board a mod that is downloadable somewhere or is it a native hack by TCH? Much appreciated if anyone can point me in the right direction. Thanks. Dennis
  21. Mike, You missed out: kweilbacher lstover rayners Or aren't they moderating anymore? Dennis
  22. I'm from Singapore(Asia or to be exact South East Asia) and I can access TCH's site and hosted sites with no problem. Maybe the ISP you were accessing from had some linkage problem at that exact moment you were trying to access your site? Had tried accessing TCH from China, Shanghai too and no problem there too, so its quite safe that you can host your asians client site on TCH. Dennis
  23. Richard, M3avrik did it by using div tag and under css, he used the "display:none" to hide the text. >#header, #image, #navVert, #navHoriz, form { display:none; } Dennis
  24. I'll trade my sunshine for a couple of weeks of shovelling snow if I could Dennis
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