and have come across a few probems, i did exactly what the tutorial said. I then try and run the main_login.php in internet explorer, type in the name and password press login and it comes up with a pop up box saying do you want to open or save this file (check_login.php)????? i have already created this file exactly how it wanted?
Does anyone know why this is coming up with this popup and how do i solve this problem
ps i am learning a lot about php keep up the good work
I found this on Wikipedia "Turbolinux is a Japanese Linux distribution targeting Asian users.". It would appear they do not offer an English version, probably as they are not targeting English speakers.
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I am trying to find a project management system written in PHP, but nothing I find suits my needs. Everything I have found is either not written in php, is ancient, broken, or just downright sucks. PhProjekt came really close to being perfect, but it's buggy as hell. Basically what I am looking for is something that will:
Install and run like Joomla or Drupal
Allow creation/editing of projects (like name, description, alotted time, etc.)
Comment system for back and forth collaboration between beta testers as to what bugs they found, etc.
And optionally but preferably:
Multi user support
Parent categories for projects
File upload along with creation of project (i.e. uploading a beta install file)
I really don't want to and dont have the time to write something from scratch. Does anyone know anything that fits my needs? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Trinity: Neo... nobody has ever done this before.
Neo: That's why it's going to work.
I have a small project to make a script to check an email account, for an email from a specific source and then check that email for a file attachment. This file is a csv file. Using php's imap functions I cna login in find the correct email. When I go to parse the attachment (if one is found) I can print_r the contents and get readable content using the base64_decode. I have also noticed these 3 characters at the front of the file
If i was to take a guess, these are the from the header section of the file. the rest of the file displays properly with the first line containg the column headers in quotes and seperate by commas. The following lines are fine.
I would not process a post like this....I would suspect an exploit is opened this way.
Instead just change the $_POST to $_POST['form_elm_name'] where form_elm_name = the value of the forms name attribute.
also do not trust the users input to be harmless. If the expected value of a form is a age, then check that the post only has numbers in it
if it is going to be text only then I usually include a custom function to remove all non-characters from the input. This funct only permits lowercase letters a dash and a space as valid. It alse swaps all spaces for a dash.
We have a in-house channels of Movies. We want to play ads in that channel. The ads can be a:
1) standalone ad
2) A strip (like news headlines in various channels)
3) An L-shaped ad (like shown in some sports channels)
these ads will be in swf/avi/wmv/mp4 etc formats.
In addition, we want to have a scheduler for playing movies(basically a queue)/ads(managed on timely based)/Logo(for the in-house channel i.e an image or an animated image or video format).
How to build a player with these requirements for linux?