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  1. Dear all, In my project, I am using an emebedded webserver LIGHTTPD with PHP. Within the main webpage, I use slider to write its value within a local file on my Linux OS. I wrote the slider like this: <input type="range" name="lightInputName" id="lightInputId" value="1" min="1" max="20" onchange="getvalor(this.value);" oninput="lightOutputId.value = lightInputId.value"> <input size="1" type="text" name="lightOutputName" id="lightOutputId"></input> What I want to do is to know if a javascript and/or PHP script is able to read the value of the slider, and cop
  2. hello dear all new to this forums and also new to php. so do not bear with me.well i am not too familiar with PHP. We just should run a few more xpath queries inside the loop for all the address keys and the website. we need to do this here <?php/** * OSM Overpass API with PHP SimpleXML / XPath * * PHP Version: 5.4 - Can be back-ported to 5.3 by using 5.3 Array-Syntax (not PHP 5.4's square brackets) *///// 1.) Query an OSM Overpass API Endpoint//$query = 'node ["amenity"~".*"] (38.415938460513274,16.06338500976562,39.52205163048525,17.51220703125);out;';$context = stream_context_
  3. Hey All! I currently running Nginx as my web server, and I want to create a kind of catch all domain name handle, but cant seem to find any documentation on how to do this. Heres the use case... Lets say I changed the A Record for a site "superawesometest.com" to point at my server. But on my web server, running Nginx I don't have a site listening for that domain name. So instead of throwing an error, or sending the request to my Default Site, I want it to handle it by passing the requested domain name as a query parameter to a handler domain name. i.e. www.superhandler.com?requested_uri=super
  4. So i am building an admin page as part of a project for the course I am doing. I want to execute the remote command "top" (it doesn't matter if i execute it by php ssh connection) on linux and than I want to store the output of the command in a variable called $data. Is that possible? I tried doing it with shell_exec() and exec() but couldn't get it to work. Thanks before hand.
  5. Hey mates. I want to share this information with you all who may be having the same issue. On Windows my webpage background and images display well. but on linux/ubuntu i was unable to view the images on the web page. Finally it worked after i changed the image name to its correct case. Example: background-image : url('images/gradient1.png'); changed to background-image : url('images/Gradient1.png'); It applies to html too. Hence i believe its better to practise using correct case when dealing with links and image names.
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