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BACKGROUND: Good ideas are sometimes like luck, they come in streaks. Thanks to the experiential wisdom of this forum and those around me in the Galvanize collective workspace, I have decided to tarry a little longer with the reconstruction of my data base. Indeed, I have learned a new term -- normalization. What before I intended to achieve with row duplication I hope now to achieve with simple updates. In order to achieve this important structural change and still retain the benefits of the old structure, I must disengage one of my form's <fieldset>s and create from it a new for
OJBECTIVE: My goal is to send a $_GET or $_POST variable from an RSS feed when the user clicks on a link housed within the <description> subelement of an <item> tag. The data from the superglobal will be used to display content on a host webpage designed as an index for all <item>s hosted within the same and ultimately other channels. CODE SAMPLE: <item> . . <description>Grammar Captive Free Weekly Podcasts: <![CDATA[<a href='http://www.grammarcaptive.com/podcasting/podcasts.php?episode_no=003' title='Episode Title' target='_self'>Episode
This is another strategy question. Multiple answers are welcome. What is written in present tense should be thought of as future, not yet realized activity. BACKGROUND: I have constructed a form whose intended purpose is to create chunks of data including text, links, and images that can be entered into a MySQL database for both immediate and future use. For the moment, I am only concerned about their immediate use. From the database these same chunks of data are retrieved and entered into an HTML template that serves as the backbone for an email insert that is, in fact, a weekly new
BACKGROUND: I am setting up an email verification routine that receives $_POST data from a form and sends a confirmation email to the applicant with a verification link. The form and the PHP processing routines that store the $_POST data in a MySQL database, and that send out the confirmation email in text format are contained in the same document. The HTML formatted confirmation email is contained in an external file and is included using the following PHP-Mailer method: $mail->msgHTML(file_get_contents('../../confirmation_mail.html'), dirname(__FILE__)); GOAL: Include in t