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  1. BACKGROUND: My jubilation was short-lived. For the internal server error that was plaguing my site in general is now plaguing a crucial file in particular. Please find below a file that works perfectly well on my local test server, but fails with an internal server error on my host server. Please also note that the file matomo/index.php is located on the same server as that from which the cURL call is made, but under a different domain name. ini_set('log_errors', 1); ini_set('error_log', dirname(__FILE__) . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . 'error.log'); ini_set('html_errors', 0); ini_set('display_errors', 0); error_reporting(E_ALL); $url = 'https://.../matomo/index.php?module=API&method=API.getIpFromHeader&format=JSON&token_auth=...'; $curl_request = curl_init(); curl_setopt($curl_request, CURLOPT_URL, $url); curl_setopt($curl_request, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, false); curl_exec($curl_request); curl_close($curl_request); QUESTION: Does cURL not work in such an environment? If it does, then what must I do to make it work? The error.log file contains nothing and the AJAX that made the call does not complain of not being able to access the file. Roddy
  2. Balderick

    chroot not working ?

    I'm trying to set chroot. I get the following error message: ( ! ) Fatal error: Call to undefined function chroot() in X:\wamp\www\dir1\dir2\test-getcwd.php on line 5 Call Stack # Time Memory Function Location 1 0.0005 130720 {main}( ) ...\test-getcwd.php:0 my script is like this: <?php echo getcwd() . "\n"; chroot('X:\wamp\www\dir3') . "\n"; echo getcwd() . "\n"; ?> Is it possible chroot is not default set in wamp or am I making a mistake?
  3. igpxnaruto4

    adding a file to a directory

    so i have a pic editing website set up, and i have a function which lets you download images.http://jsfiddle.net/9Ytsk/ is what it looks like. what i want it to do is also generate the image to a different directory (gallery/gallery), and add +=1 if the image already exists (ex. image.png exists so it's named image1.png). Thanks!
  4. NebSpace

    Website menu, where to start?

    Hi All, I'm new to web programming in general and need some advice for a site that I'm trying to pull together. The best I can do is try to describe what I'm trying to do because I really have no idea of how to implement this idea.The primary purpose of the site is to be a blog with separate directories for different themes. I was hoping to have a navigation menu on the side of the site with sort of an archive list in which a user could select the article they wish to read by selecting their way through directories as displayed in the menu. I want to be able to just bring up the article without having to redirect to a different page or reload the current one when an article is selected.I would be putting this together with Dreamweaver, but have no idea what to build this element in (JScript, VBScript, or flash item?) Thanks for any advice or guidance!
  5. dalawh

    Directory function vs Alternative

    What is the difference between using the directory functions to change the directory and opening file as opposed to just opening the file straight? I am not sure if you can open a file in a different directory by using the directory function or not, so correct me if it is not possible. chdir("info/");$fileName="info.txt";$file=fopen($fileName,"r+"); VS $directory="info/";$fileName="info.txt";$file=fopen($directory.$fileName,"r+"); If we use the first, how do we change back to the previous directory? If both is possible, which is the better method? Outside of opening files, which is better? Using strings or directory functions?
  6. Mudsaf

    File Uploading Script

    Okay this is part of my file upload script what has been taken from tizag websites. Somehow this is giving me the error and $target_path = ../Materials/ if (isset($_GET['submit'])) {$target_path = $_GET['directory'];$target_path = $target_path . basename( $_FILES['uploadedfile']['name']);if(move_uploaded_file($_FILES['uploadedfile']['tmp_name'], $target_path)) { echo "File ". basename( $_FILES['uploadedfile']['name']). " has been sussefully added to websites.";} else { echo "There was error during upload, please check that filesize is not higer than 8MB.";echo $target_path;}}
  7. My directory tree looks like this - Public_html (Working directory) Images (contains all my .png files) css_Files (contains my css files)first_html_filesecond_html_file so I have one directory containing two sub-directories and my html files. The first_html_file calls a css file in css_Files Part of the css file reads - body{background-color: #cde6ff;background-image:url(public_html/Images/tbc_backdrop.png);background-repeat: repeat-x;padding-top: 0px;}Is the second line a valid reference, if not, what paths can the css file legally follow? This is the first time I've tried to use a reference inside a css file, and it doesn't seem to work - does the .png need to be somewhere else?
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