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  1. Greetings: I've recently taken over responsibility for managing the following website: Abacus Custom Painting. The prior webmaster is unavailable for consul. There are three site webpages on which three (in question) submission forms are embedded:Those pages are:1) Home Page: Note the "No Job Too Small... Get Your Free Estimate Today!" submission form. Visitors are encouraged to submit first name, last name, email address & phone number, and a brief description of needed work vis-a-vis this form. 2) 7 Things You Must Know Before Hiring a Painter Page: Note the "Get Your Free
  2. <php at the top of page> <followed by an html tags, then by below php> <?php include ('./includes/footer.html'); ?> <script type= "text/javascript" src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-2.1.4.min.js"></script> <script type= "text/javascript" src= "./js/collabsible.js"></script> For one odd page of the website I wanted to have collapsible/uncollapsible text using jQuery, so I placed the relevant scripts at the bottom of the page as seen above. It works. But in a previous communication it was stated that the ideal place for inclusion of js/jQuery script
  3. Hello everyone, I'm new to this forum, I have the next problem I hope someone can advise. I have a php script I need to run from cronjobs. This script contains some commands shell_exec, fairly simple and the output is directed to a file, from the webmin module cronjobs goes well but when running from cron, the commands shell_exec stops working the cronjob is * * * * * php /some/path/myscript.php to make it easy #!/usr/bin/php -q <?php $iptables=shell_exec('iptables -S '); $file_name="/some/path/out_test.txt"; $ar=fopen("$file_name","w"); fputs($ar,$iptabl
  4. Not sure if this has been asked before. I did a search but couldn't find it. If this does end up being a duplicate thread, my bad. So I have this form, and what it does is it takes the information that the user inputs and sends it via email to us using a PHP script when submit is clicked. The information is sent to us in a certain way that fits into our client relationship manager nicely. But what the script does is another story. I'm concerned about the HTML. Looks kinda like this. <form action="email.php" class="container" id="mail" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data" la
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