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  1. Well, look at the difference between the two (besides the IfModule). Before you had RewriteRule ^(.*)$ profile.php?$1 [L,QSA] That would turn "johndoe" into "profile.php?johndoe". That's not what you wanted. Now you have RewriteRule (.*) /profile.php?id=$1 [L] That will produce "profile.php?id=johndoe". Keep in mind this will kick in for any path that doesn't exist - not just "words". You should consider limiting exactly what this can match.
  2. PHP is the cart, your web server is the horse. You cannot put the cart before the horse. Pick the simplest .htaccess you've tried and post it here, then we'll see what's wrong with it. Can I also assume that you, at some point during these 500 errors, looked in your server's error logs for an error message? What did it say?
  3. The point of a library like PHPMailer isn't so that you don't know what's going on. It's so that you don't have to worry about details - as you put it, so you can "get this to work". Because here are the lines where you're doing something wrong: $eol = PHP_EOL; $header .= "Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary=\"".$uid."\""; $header .= "--".$uid.$eol; $header .= "Content-type:text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1.".$eol; $header .= "Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit".$eol.$eol; $message .= "Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=\"".$filename."\"".$eol; But it's sure not obvious what's wrong about them, right? Switch to PHPMailer or SwiftMailer or some other standard library so you can get this problem resolved quickly and move onto the next one.
  4. It's not clear exactly what some paths are here. On your computer, does http://localhost/assets work? Does your-website.com/assets work? And I'm not sure what "private_html" is. Do you mean "public_html"?
  5. No, but you also didn't post the full code. Most likely culprit is going to be a change in the PHP configuration. Have you checked your server error logs yet?
  6. How do you "call" them? What's the rest of the code? Is script.js meant to directly manipulate index.html or is it a utility thing and index.html has its own Javascript code? Is your question about how to get those values into index.html or is it how to get those values into the HTML itself?
  7. "Absolute address" is just you explicitly telling the browser what you want instead of letting it fill in the blanks itself. There's no difference between an absolute URL and a relative URL if they're both referring to the same resource.
  8. htaccess/htpasswd stuff works as part of the HTTP protocol, much like cookies. Same-domain AJAX shouldn't know or care that it's happening.
  9. How simple and how user-friendly do you want it? You can configure your web server to do authentication with a simple list of usernames and passwords, but it's not a fancy solution: you have to manage the list yourself, and the authentication prompt is very plain. The username is available to PHP, if you want to do something with it after the authentication happens.
  10. Looking closer, 1. You only use a #MessageContainerFoot for info-level messages. 2. You repeat that for every info message, which means you'll potentially use the same "MessageContainerFoot" ID for more than one element, which is wrong. Think about exactly what you want to do, then check your code from top to bottom to make sure that it is working the way you wanted it to. Because there's clearly some disconnect between "put #MessageContainerFoot into #MessageContainerHead" and "only use #MessageContainerFoot for info messages".
  11. Have you checked for Javascript errors? Are you sure your initial function is running? Is it possible the element did move after all and it's just not displaying how you expect it to? You have a process for doing the work. Check it, step by step, to find out where it stops working.
  12. That answer also got shut down I gave up and found the answer somewhere else and there is no trickery in the question after all. Nested hints:
  13. ^ That. Once you submit your post, the forum will do a little light processing on it, and that will screw around with whitespace. Those Code blocks also provide some simple syntax highlighting, provided you pick the right language, so please do use them.
  14. Nope, a decimal point counts as an operator (apparently). Supposedly it really is just the problem at face value: those four numbers, each used once, and as many add/subtract/multiply/divide operations (and parentheses) as you want. The way that latter point is phrased is unusual. "Unlimited supply", but you'd only ever need three... So you'd think there's a trick there, but it specifically states you have to use them as binary operators.
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