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  1. Thanks Foxy Mod for that code snippet, was able to figure out. Also thanks dsonesuk.
  2. Yes you're correct. The only thing with that is, if I draw on the canvas where the canvas has been scaled down by CSS, you get the result below(see link), the mouse is not matching with the drawn lines. This is expected because the actual drawing is happening on the canvas's width and height dimensions which in this case is: 670x470 but the scaling is: 255x168 Is there anyway to have the mouse match up with the drawing when the image is scaled? Video Demo Thanks.
  3. I see, but is it possible to output the canvas(in this case an image that has lines drawn on it) to the browser with the original dimensions(width and height) of the image? So if the canvas is rendered down to 300x300 because of responsive design and we load an image into it, yes the image takes on the dimensions of the canvas which would be 300x300 but I was wondering if we can output the edited canvas image back out to 600x600 (original dimensions)? For i.e., the A4(smaller) print now can be printed into a poster(bigger) for example. Would be nice if we can take a canvas at a certain size and output it as a different size(bigger in this case) and still maintain all it's data.
  4. Hello everyone, I have a question about the HTML canvas element. If loading an image into a canvas where the canvas has been scaled down to a smaller size because of responsive design, say for example 300 by 300, how can then after playing in the canvas get the original size of the image for the canvas upon out putting to the browser to download? So for example, original image size may be: 600x600. Loading it into a canvas that is being rendered responsive is scaled to: 300x300. Upon finishing playing with the image in the canvas, how can I get a 600x600 version of it instead of the scaled size which is 300x300? I've noticed that whatever the canvas width and height is set to, you will get that size for your output, which is fine but if an image is loaded into the canvas, it would be nice upon output to output as the original width and height for the canvas. Appreciate it in advance. Thanks!
  5. You can place the file.php in a directory other than the public_html directory since everything in the public_html directory is accessible by the public. For example, you can create a folder(directory) for cron job files in your home or username directory and call the file from there for the cron job: /usr/local/cpanel/bin/jailshell -q /home/my_username/cron_jobs/file.php
  6. Are you running the first cron job with the colons? /usr/local/cpanel/bin/jailshell: -c: /home/my_username/public_html/folder/file.php" Try removing the colons and also the double quote at the ends of the cron jobs.
  7. Something is telling me they are serious.
  8. Just thought I'd share this video course on JavaScript for those who may be interested. The course original price is $175 but there is a sale going on until Mar 1 where you can get it for $10. I'm not affiliated with udemy or anything. Just thought maybe someone would like to take advantage of the sale. It's a very good course for those who want to delve deep into JavaScript or enhance their JavaScript knowledge for a little cost. ??
  9. Yes good point, I agree when it comes to time.
  10. Kind of sounds like you're implying those who write HTML, CSS by hand today haven't progressed because they aren't using libraries, Wix, toolkits, CMS, etc?
  11. If PHP is properly set up on the server, no, you wouldn't be able to see the code. You'd only see the output of the code(if any), but not the actual code like the above.
  12. Just to note and I wondered this for some time.. it seems most linux distros use dated versions of PHP. I read somewhere along time ago that this has to do with stability. Whenever they update I noticed, it's an update to the current version and usually not to a newer version. Here is a current list of some linux distros and their PHP versions: (From 2013 but the list gets updated) If on a shared host, it would be probably difficult to get your host to upgrade your PHP just for you. Usually for shared hosts, everyone uses the same version from what I understand. Of course you can get dedicated and install your own new version of PHP but again as some have mentioned via the net, it's easier to manage server software via the software package manager that comes with your distro and whatever updates you get from the distro. Long story short, I was once on a shared host. I needed a particular software to be the latest. I contacted the host and they said "We cannot manually update that particular software only what the distribution has to offer at the moment." At the time I didn't understand but after research etc, I mostly understand.
  13. Good to know! Glad you figured it out!
  14. Have you tried doing a simple select to see if it returns anything like the following with description: SELECT description FROM stock or SELECT description FROM stock WHERE icode = 1 or SELECT item,sid,catid,oqty,unitid,sprice,pprice,description FROM stock WHERE icode = 1 Good luck.
  15. Try adding $stmt->store_result(); after $stmt->bind_result() and then add/check if $stmt->num_rows returns anything. i.e.: $stmt->bind_param('ssi', $icode, $icode, $cid); $stmt->execute(); $stmt->bind_result($item,$sid,$catid,$oqty,$unitid,$sprice,$pprice,$description); $stmt->store_result(); if($stmt->num_rows) { echo $stmt->num_rows; //test to see if num_rows //if any num_rows returned, then fetch.... // if you know a single row is returned: $stmt->fetch(); //if multiple rows....: while($stmt->fetch()) {} } else { echo 'no rows returned'; }