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  1. NOTE: The rooster has come home to rest. BACKGROUND: My recent ventures in SESSION variables and AJAX calls has opened up whole new worlds in the life of this unaspiring, inspired web developer. So, far I have used each to satisfy different, but similar tasks -- namely, fill differently the same section of my podcast host page with data from the same data base using both external ($_GET and $_SESSION variables) and internal $.ajax( ) triggers. It is now time to combine the results of these two procedures in the achievement of a third task. At the top of my podcast host page is a
  2. BACKGROUND: I have some PHP code that I would like to turn on and off from two different approaches: on the one hand, via an HTTP Request from a third-party domain; and on the other hand, via the href attribute of an HTML <a> tag on the same page. Under normal circumstances one might write something like case one. I am proposing cases two and three. Third Party Domain HTTP Request (CASE ONE): Podcast No. 3 <a href='www.grammarcaptive.com?hash=2348dd8we23jrkajddu&podcast_no=003' title='Podcast Overview' target='_blank'>Overview</a> Same Page HTTP Request (CASE T
  3. 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
  4. Hy everyone I would like to get some kind of input for a problem I have. I've got a page (A) wich calls an guestid and selects from the DB the data. Now, I wanna do a Page ( witch is a form Thing is, I need to bring the Guestid from page (a) to page ( - also need to have a new ID (ex. clientid) for the form So far I did it with $_GET['id']; in the page ( i got: $id= (isset($_GET['id']) && is_numeric($_GET['id'])) ? $_GET['id'] : 'new'; the thing is, by opening the form I loos the guestid which I need to reecall somehow. so that there will be at the end: $ID =
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