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Bob Crabb

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  1. WOW!! big enough for a hot tub and a couple of kegs of beer!!!
  2. That plastic piece of crap is an abomination. Red wagon meets minivan -- Fortunately, a modern rendition of the original is still available: http://www.radioflyer.com/steelandwood/sw_18.html
  3. You're welcome. This forum is a great resource for us all, and I'm glad help when I can.
  4. the database and database user names are preceded by your cpanel username. Therefore if your cpanel username is foo, and you defined database name bar, then in the config file you would define the database name as foo_bar . You must also define, via cpanel, a database username, so if the username is bird, then in the config file, you would define the user as foo_bird. You will also need to enter the password for the database user, and make sure that you assigned (via cpanel) the user to the database, and that you gave the user the appropriate level of permissions (for wordpress, give the user all permissions).
  5. You're welcome. I'm glad that I could help.
  6. If you are on a shared server, I think that there is something that goes after the IP addy to identify your account. I would suggest that you check your welcome email for the exact url. Also, make sure that the nameserver definitions in your domain registry accout are set to the appropriate nameservers that are specified in the welcome email.
  7. This should work: ><?php echo '<table width="100%" align="center" border="0" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="1">' . "\n" . '<tr valign="top" align="center">' . "\n"; ?>
  8. with the Remote SQL set to %.net, you have authorized access for any .net domain name. Looking at the error, access is denied for cpanelname_dbusername'@'; I think that it will work if you allow access to and xxx.net. I ran into the same thing when I wrote an application where a script on one site accesses the database on another. I got it to work by allowing remote access to the domain name of the remote site and to the remote server.
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