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About SomeoneSpecial99

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    English, Japanese

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    http://www.someonespecial99.com/
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    thompc12

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    Melbourne - Australia
  • Interests
    Programming - Mainly HTML and VB
    And I am also a semi-trained IT ;)
  1. Hi Lab,Yes, I have managed to get it fully working as expected,Thanks for the help everyone ;P
  2. Ok, now that I have raged at my debugging failure (I could see that problem but not see it ~_~) I had a bug where the import occurred twice, But out of self debugging fixed it, Thanks for all the help
  3. Sorry, Im still kinda new at php so I have 1 problem that has arose This is the code i used: <?phpinclude $_GET['q'] . '.php';if(!isset($_GET['q']) { // $q=$_GET["q"]; $_GET['q'] = '';}switch($_GET['q']) { case ''; case 'home': include 'home.html'; break; case 'about': include 'about.php'; break; case 'contact': include 'contact.php'; break; default: // Send a 404 Not Found header header('HTTP/1.0 404 Not Found'); include '404.php';}?> And this is the error (DreamWeaver said syntax error aswell) Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '{' in /home/someone1/public_html/index.php on line 3 Any help please? btw: this file is currently hosted at http://www.someonespecial99.com/index.php
  4. an example i found is "http://ac3-servers.eu", When you click a button in left sidebar then it will use ?p=whateva.php to retrieve the page
  5. Im trying to create a index file for my site that receives arguments like this: "someonespecial99.com/?p=pagenamehere" The thing i need help with is getting the ?p= function, Can anyone help me with this please? thx
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