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  1. Can someone give any suggestion how to check if a facebook address is valid when send by form input? I created a function checking the url address with get_headers at status code 302. This doesn't work when a facebook username doesn't exist, because it still gives true. How to solve this problem?
  2. <?phpsession_start(); $productname = trim($_GET['productname']);$productquantity = trim($_GET['productquantity']); if( (!empty($productname) && !empty($productquantity)) && (is_numeric($productquantity)) ) { $_SESSION['productname'] = $productname;$_SESSION['productquantity'] = $productquantity;$_SESSION['sepysCounter'] = 0;header("Location: http://localhost/Form2.php");}else if(empty($productname) || empty($productquantity)){ echo "A value must be entered for both the Product Name and the Quantity text boxes. Please use the back button to go back to the form"; }else if(!is_numeric($productquantity)){echo "The quantity field must be a numeric value";} ?> It's funny I have tried every way I can think of to get rid of the warning but it won't go away unless I completely turn off the display errors property in the configuration. Although the application works perfectly from what I can see. I think it may be this line causing the problem? header("Location: http://bcthub.com/Form2.php"); I see no other way though of writing the code. Could I get some commentary on this? Thank You! Form1.zip
  3. ekuemoah


    I would like to know what is used to describe the following section in an html5 document. Do I use header or a section? The section outlined in blue. Thank You You can view the image at this site:https://docs.google....NTZaUWRyb2libmM Thank you
  4. I actually think I figured this out while my account was being validated, but I'm not 100% sure I did it right. It looks totally messed up inside Dreamweaver, but perfectly fine in my browsers. It's resizing correctly and working like it should, but the Dreamweaver thing is making me feel a little uneasy. I don't want this to fall apart. Anyway, I made a beautiful MS Paint illustration of what I'm going for. My placeholder version currently looks like this, which is great since it works. The code is down below. Styles html, body {padding:0px;margin:0px;}#wrapper {height:100px;overflow:hidden;}#left {background:#abc;height:100px;width:50%;float:left;}#middle {background:#bca;width:1000px;height:100px;position:relative;left:50%;right:50%;margin-left:-500px;margin-right:500px;}#right {background:#cab;height:100px;width:50%;float:right;} HTML <div id="wrapper"><div id="left"></div><div id="right"></div><div id="middle"></div></div> Would you guys do anything differently?
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