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  1. BACKGROUND: I was recently introduced to the idea of using a hash as a means to transfer information in lieu of a query string in an HTTP request. Having thought that I understood the idea I was then introduced to the following query string: https://www.example.com/index.php ?module=CoreHome &action=index &idSite=1 &period=day &date=yesterday #?idSite=1 &period=day &date=yesterday &category=Dashboard_Dashboard &subcategory=1 I do not understand the user the expression ... #? ... From the point of view of parsing an HTTP request are the
  2. EXPERIMENT ONE: Open to the Grammar Captive Podcast Hostpage without a Query. Observe the vertical alignment of the sidebar in relationship to the page's banner. If you experience the same as I, the sidebar will be top aligned with both the navigation and middle content panels. EXPERIMENT TWO: Open to the Grammar Captive Podcast Hostpage with a Query String Attached to the HTTPRequest Open to the Proxy Request Page. Click where it says Proxy Link. Observe the middle panel that opens. It should be a reference to Podcast No. 21. Observe the vertical alignment o
  3. BACKGROUND: In the past I have retrieved an HTTPRequest via the $_GET superglobal, used the data from the superglobal to access a MySQL database, and from the thus retrieved data, generated an array of parameter values that I then assigned to a local array. This local array was then assigned to a $_SESSION variable where it was used for other purposes. This time, I would like to make the routing of data less circuitous. QUESTION: Does the following expression make sense? $_SESSION = $_GET; Roddy
  4. BACKGROUND: I have a PHP generator that creates a newsletter from an HTML template with data obtained from a MySQL database. My current plan is to include with the generator an automated mailing function using PHPMailer. I intend to use this generator to consummate to kinds of mailing functions -- mass and individual. The individual mailing: when a user opens an account he automatically receives an automatically generated newsletter with information designed for first users. In this newsletter he has the option of subscribing on a more permanent basis or declining further receipt of futur
  5. Hi, I am currently rewriting the user interface of my site in JQuery and making the pages dynamic so that no page loads are required as the content is loaded using HttpRequests through JQuery's .load() function. This is working well, however often the content will contain some javascript code blocks relevant to that specific page. Everytime the content is loaded through JQuery, the blocks are added to the cache, even if the content has already been loaded. Therefore after navigating around the site for a while, the javascript processing gets slower and slower, presumably due to the increase in
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