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  1. This is where I first learned SQL, and it includes subqueries. It's not perfect, but it's good for a beginner.
  2. Well, right now as it's in development it's not as general as I want it to be for the second case, so the pertinent stuff looks like this: RewriteRule ^users/([^.]+)/$ index.php?one=users&two=$1 [NC,L]RewriteRule ^([^.]+)/$ index.php?one=$1 [NC,L] Honestly it's been too long since I last worked with the rewrite engine to even know if that's supposed to do what I think it is. :)Edit: I got it fixed, it turned out to be precisely because I wasn't doing it in a generic way, but I changed it to RewriteRule ^([^/]+)/([^.]+)/$ index.php?one=$1&two=$2 [NC,L]RewriteRule ^([^.]+)/$ index.php
  3. So basically, I want to do this:redirect example.com/one to example.com/index.php?one=oneAndredirect example.com/one/two to example.com/index.php?one=one&two=twoI've got the first case working, but not the second one, instead I always get a 404 error.Thanks for any help
  4. I think he means that it would help people to learn if they are presented with a problem and told how what they've just learned allows them to solve it.
  5. In the "Session name" topic, I noticed JustSomeGuy recommended using <?php over <?, and I was just wondering if there is any good reason to do so?
  6. The main advantage to using curly braces instead of concatenation is that it can look a lot cleaner, and it is a lot more readable.
  7. You didn't read the second part on Synook's comment; when retrieving values from an array in quotes, you need to put it in curly braces, so you should use this:echo "Hao's age is {$ages['Hao']}";Instead of this:echo "Hao's age is $ages['Hao']";
  8. DeathRay2K

    CSS 3.0

    Don't expect it any sooner than 2008.
  9. DeathRay2K

    hide my files?

    Actually, the entire file is laoded to your computer and left there at YouTube.They put the movies in a Flash player so that they can stream them easily, and so that its a little bit more difficult for users to access them, but ifsomeone wants to they can get them anyways.
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    Yeah, that's exactly what I thought when I first post, and it turns out that's right...I've seen this happen a dozen times before, always ending with disgruntled team members, because the team leader starts to make some money, and they aren't getting any of it.
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    You didn't really answer most of his questions...Are you planning to pay the people who work on it? Obviously you would be making money, and that just doesn't seem fair, especially considering that you have yet to say what exactly you are doing.If you are paying, I may be interested. :)I do web design and am moderately skilled in PHP/SQL.
  12. Personally, I like to use a combination of cookies and session cookies, so that the user can be logged in instantly and stay logged in through multiple sessions.
  13. In the end, big businesses choose ASP.NET, small businesses and individuals choose PHP.Usually, there are always exception.I know quite a bit of PHP, and some ASP.NET, and I find PHP much easier, but not as fast as I would like. I have yet to find something that PHP simply cannot do, though.
  14. Javascript ads add an underline to normal text by altering the style of the text, probably by putting a <span> around the keyword.
  15. Before you go through all that work, you should try this: #navlinks {vertical-align: middle;} Just add that to #navlinks, see if it works...
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