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  1. @deirdre's dad - thanks for that. can i just confirm one thing. say i had this page: <?php session_start(); if (!isset($_SESSION['user']) ) { header ('Location: login.php'); exit; }?><html><head><title>My Page</title></head><body><p>Some private content...</p></body></html if the user wasn't logged in, would this script stop the rest of the page (the part between the two HTML tags) from being sent, and send only the redirect header, or would it send the redirect header followed by the rest of the page as normal?
  2. @mencarta - thats fine but then what stops someone from just going straight to members.php and bypassing the access control. i want to place my validation script at the top of each private page (which basically checks a session variable set by the main login page), and only allow the private page to be loaded by the browser if the user is logged in (session variables correct).@boen_robot - i'm not sure if i understand that script. i presume that <!--etc--> is where the private content goes (does it have to be inside <FORM> tags?). or would that be were the error page goes?
  3. Hi.I am working on a PHP login script, which is designed to be placed at the top of a HTML page. If the user enters an incorrect password I want the script to stop the server from sending the HTML page to the user (instead i will either insert some sort of dummy page or simply redirect them to an error page). the problem is i can't find a way of stopping the rest of the page from being sent. does anyone know of any function or something that can do this. i know i could place the whole page inside a PHP variable and ECHO it, but i'm writing this for someone else and i want to make it as simple as possible so that it can just be put in the page without any further modification to the code.thanks.
  4. No, what Ingolme is trying to say (and what I agree with) is that the only way to share data accross multiple pages is with a server-side script (eg PHP, ASP, ASP.NET, etc.) - you could also possibly use cookies with javascript, but it's complicated and if your server supports some kind of server-side script, I recommend you use that instead. As far as I know, frames are quite old but won't soon be obsolite. There probably the best of the few techniques for making vertical menus purely in HTML (and the best technique that a lot of people on free hosting can afford), and a lot of sites (including mine) use them a lot.
  5. the answer is quite simple and takes only 3 words - ie is useless (i would go a lot farther but theres a swearin filter).i dont quite understand why this is happenin - try forgetting the <div> and use the image on its own.
  6. i recommend PageTutor.com's color picker - simple and it even generates the code for you (HTML and CSS)
  7. you should add visual studio to the list
  8. noan

    Rate my site...

    My site is Frixoft Freeware - http://www.frixoft.uk.tp. What do u think. I'm a bit worried the designs to plain - any ideas...
  9. Site Name: Frixoft FreewareSite Description: Download my freeware, including cool screensavers and gamesSite Owner/Developer: MeSite Address: http://www.frixoft.uk.tp
  10. cant you just create a page at http://server/Application/index.html which is a redirect page (as follows): <html><head><title>Loading</title></head><body><h3>Please wait...</h3><script type="text/javascript">location.href = "http://server:8090";</script></body></html>
  11. ive always used http://www.google.com/search?q=WHAT%20YOU%...SEARCHING%20FOR - its the simplest and easiest to remember
  12. How i recommend you do it is you break each tutorial into several seperate "pages", one for each part of the tutorial (eg pseudo code, language-specific implementation etc.), and create a UserControl forms control for each page. you may also find it helpful to have a UserControl as a system-wide standard for each type of page, not linked to any specific tutorial, and then have each page in a tutorial inherit from its standard. then you would want a windows form (window) to view pages in, and a bit of code which moves through each tutorial and page and saves the users progress.Another way would be to again set out a system-wide standard for each type of page and the encode every actual page as an XML document, with a custom-built renderer which loads each page and renders it onto a new instance of that UserControl. This would probably be the best alternative if you have a lot of tutorials, as saves a lot of space (a .NET usercontrol will probably add more file size to your program file than would be taken up by an XML document doing the same job).
  13. he's not talking about developing a web page he's talking about a whole piece of software (this isnt really the forum for it but still...).
  14. noan

    keyword rang

    i dont know if theres a limit and if there is youll probably never have that much keywords that youll go over it
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