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  1. DISCLAIMER: After seeing what has been written on the internet on this subject I am loathe to start here, but have I any other choice? QUESTION: The PHP header(location: './sample.html'); is telling me that my headers have already been sent and is referring me back to the beginning of my PHP script. Can I buffer my way out of this mess? If so, Where to I start and stop the buffer? Where do I place the header( ) function? BACKGROUND: I have just spent several weeks setting up an email verification system and am putting on the decorative touches. Truly, I thought that I
  2. So I have multiple divs each containing a list and the headers in each div, above the list are all at different y places. The lists with the most info have higher y positions and therefore are higher up on the page. How do I make it so the headers are in line with eachother? (If you copy this code, and add a heading and stuff you can open it up in firefox and see what im talking about) <style> h2{ text-decoration: underline; margin-top: -30px; } .anke{ display: inline-block; margin-left: 60px; font-family: corsiva; font-size: 20px; } .father{ display: inline
  3. How do I set CSS for the first letter in the first paragraph in an article or section?
  4. Well hello there, fellow coders/programmers.I am working on a social website for smokers of denmark to gather and share their pictures of different crops, etc.The problem is, cannabis is not strictly legal in denmark.And since it cant be expected that the average user on our site knows how to deactivate geotagging, i wanna make an option that does it for them, making sure that the popos dont trace their grows through our website.Problem is, this is kind of over my level of expertise.Currently i am just referring people to use this site: http://www.verexif.com/en/ before uploading, but having e
  5. Well hello there, fellow coders/programmers.I am working on a social website for smokers of denmark to gather and share their pictures of different crops, etc.The problem is, cannabis is not strictly legal in denmark.And since it cant be expected that the average user on our site knows how to deactivate geotagging, i wanna make an option that does it for them, making sure that the popos dont trace their grows through our website.Problem is, this is kind of over my level of expertise.Currently i am just referring people to use this site: http://www.verexif.com/en/ before uploading, but having e
  6. Hi, I'm new programming with PHP and I am having this problem : Here are the codes : <?php if (isset($_GET['success']) && empty($_GET['success'])) { echo "<br>"; echo "<h4>You have been registered successfully.</h4>"; } else { if (empty($_POST) === false && empty($errors) === true) { // $register_data = array ( 'username' => $_POST['username'], 'password' => $_POST['password'], 'first_name' => $_POST['first_name'], 'last_name' => $_POST['last_name'], 'email' => $_POST['email'] ); register_user($register_data); heade
  7. Hello... the title says it all... how to make a header() location, just after some coble of seconds?...
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