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  1. Please open to this page and click on the image. It will open to another page whereupon two pop-up light boxes will appear. The goal of the following code is to suppress the pop-ups when, and only when, the image is clicked. Obviously it fails. .htaccess File <IfModule mime_module> <Files overview.html> AddType application/x-httpd-ea-php56 .php .html </Files> </IfModule> this page - http://www.grammarcaptive.com/single_payment_acknowledgment.php <?php session_start(); $_SESSION['perform_nav'] = 1; ?> Target Page - http://www
  2. BACKGROUND: Ever since I realized that the $_SESSION superglobal was the future of my podcast page (two-three days ago) I have been diligently exploring the PHP SESSION extension. It is amazing what I discovered. In particular, I am impressed by the tenacity of a user created session and the associated $_SESSION superglobal. Indeed, using the session_write_close( ) function one can not only close a browser window, quit one's browser, open the same page in a new browser, but one can also reboot one's machine, and still, the values of the session variables contained in the $_SESSION supergl
  3. <?php if (empty($count)) { $count=''; } if ($count == '') { $count ='1'; } else { $count++ ; } echo $count; echo '<br>'; ?> My goal is to make a script that increments $count ever time someone downloads the page. Can this be done without 'storing' the $count value? Or should I create a script with fwrite/fopen or $_SESSION?
  4. Hi all, I'm trying to execute a query which uses the value from my session which is set when the user logs in. When I try to view the query, it displays nothing. SQL statement // get value of session $username = $_SESSION['username']; // executeable query $sql = ("SELECT * FROM custstock WHERE username = '$username'"); // query $row = mysqli_query($custdb, $sql) or die(mysqli_error($custdb)); The code for my table; <table width="100%" border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" class="carInfo"> <tr> <th>ID</th> <th>Vehicle ID<
  5. when working with $_SESSION and creating a super global then in the script where I use include and call the variable the entire form is showing up. I have to work with $_SESSION, because $_POST or $_GET wont work in this situation. Is there a way to transfer a form value to another script, and then a single value and not the complete form with everything in it.
  6. I have the strangest problem and quite honestly, am completely and utterly mystified by this, so really hoping someone here can help me find a solution. I have a community based game which requires people to sign up and login to use. I use $_SESSION['auth'] and $_SESSION['logname'] and session_start(); at the beginning of every page to correctly get visitors account information and display content based on there account. This has always worked well for me and is working for everyone else currently signed up and myself. However, I have one customer who it works for on all p
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