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  1. Have a look at this discussion
  2. What happens when to access directly the php document with your browser? Let's say your path to the php document is http://localhost/test.php What happens if you access this document like this instead of launching it with the form?
  3. Thanks for the reply. I have used a wrong description. I was talking of responsive grid when you arrange cells as a typical table layout. The responsive grid works well stacking groups of columns when viewing with a small screen. But what I would like to do is arranging the last cell column as a row under the first bigger cell. Is it possible with responsive grid? Thanks.
  4. I have tried the following: 1.The php that directly writes the file on the same directory (/home/pi/www/test). 2. Navigate with the browser to the directory http://myserver/test and the file is not created and php gives the error: Warning: fopen(file.txt): failed to open stream: Permission denied in /home/pi/www/html/test/index.php on line 6 Unable to open file! 3. Then I give "rwx" permission to others: chmod o+wx /home/pi/www/test 4. Then going to the same directory http://myserver/test the file gets created The php file (index.php) <?php ini
  5. Try adding these lines at the beginning of your PHP script: ini_set('display_errors', 1); ini_set('display_startup_errors', 1); error_reporting(E_ALL);
  6. Have you enabled lighttpd log? It can provide very useful information.
  7. Have you checked permissions for Apache user? (Usually www-data user) What happens if you try creating the file with PHP file command? <?php $handle = fopen("yourPathToTheFile", "w"); ?> Also check if you are running PHP in safe mode.
  8. Hi all, I have started using W3.CSS and it is really impressing. I would like to arrange the last column of a table as a row at the end of that table but I can't find the way. Any help? Thanks
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