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  1. Thanks for your reply. I mean "a properly formatted email address (user@domain.com)"
  2. I am using this a modal window(jBox) - with a web Form in it, that requires the Form (just Name & Email) to be completed and Submitted in order to close the modal window - allowing access to the main page. The Form uses this corresponding ../submit.php which this: if (empty($_POST['name'])|| empty($_POST['email'])){ $response['success'] = false; } else { $response['success'] = true; } echo json_encode($response); where, upon Form > submit, successfully shows 'error' if the Form fields are not populated, and 'success' when the Form fields are populated/submitted. I'd li
  3. The goal it to close the jBox upon success and not close it upon Error. Which I believe needs validation from the submit.php to successfully close the Form/jBox. I attempted adding this call back validation code ( everything above if($_POST) ) in the submit.php file, without success: <?php header('Content-type: application/json'); $errors = array(); $data = array(); if (empty($_POST['name'])) $errors['name'] = 'Name is required.'; if (empty($_POST['email'])) $errors['email'] = 'Email is required.'; if ( ! empty($errors)) {
  4. Ok, I have removed his code and am back to this: <?php if($_POST){ $to = 'chrisj...@.....com'; $subject = 'Thank you for your info'; $name = $_POST['name']; $email = $_POST['email']; $message = $_POST['message']; $message1 = $_POST['message']; $headers = $name; $headers = 'from: info@.....com'; $message1 .= "\r\n\r\nName: ".$_POST['name']." \r\n Email: ".$_POST['email']." "; $message = "Hello {$_POST['name']}, ~ Thank you for your input\r\n\r\n"; mail( $to, $subject, $message1, $headers ); mail( $email, $subject, $message, $headers ); header('Location: https://....
  5. Thanks for your reply. I don't know the answer to your question, it was provided to me, in this thread, by Strider64. Any clarification/resolution will be welcomed.
  6. Thanks for your reply, yes I have considered that - this section: function errorOutput($output, $code = 500) { http_response_code($code); echo json_encode($output); } but I'm not sure what with that or what to do next - any suggestion/solution is appreciated
  7. Thank you for your reply. I now have this: <?php /* Makes it so we don't have to decode the json coming from javascript */ header('Content-type: application/json'); /* Grab decoded incomming data from Ajax */ $incomming = $_POST['data']; $data['outgoing'] = 'stop'; if ( $incomming === 'proceed') { $data['outgoing'] = "send"; } if ( $data['outgoing'] === 'send') { output($data); } else { errorOutput('error'); } /* Something went wrong, send error back to Ajax / Javascript */ function errorOutput($output, $code = 500) { http_response_code($code); echo json_en
  8. I have this php file that processes Form field entries. Apparently I need to modify it, I'm told, to "validate the input and then send some response back": <?php if($_POST){ $to = 'chrisj...@.....com'; $subject = 'Thank you for your info'; $name = $_POST['name']; $email = $_POST['email']; $message = $_POST['message']; $message1 = $_POST['message']; $headers = $name; $headers = 'from: info@.....com'; $message1 .= "\r\n\r\nName: ".$_POST['name']." \r\n Email: ".$_POST['email']." "; $message = "Hello {$_POST['name']}, ~ Thank you for your input\r\n\r\n"; mail( $to, $subject,
  9. There are several db tables ( phpmyadmin ) working with the web php script that I’m using (but did not write). The ‘user’ table has many fields, but pertaining to purchases it has these fields: ‘ip_address’ ‘username’ ‘wallet’ and ‘balance’. The ‘paid_videos’ table has these fields: id_user, video_play_price, id_video, user_id_uploaded, video_title, earned_amount, time_date, short_id, session_key video_id, time. The ‘transact’ table has these fields: username, id_user, amount, balance, wallet, wal_bal, user_id_uploaded, earned_amount, time_date. When a purchase is made a
  10. Thanks for your reply. However, I have looked and wouldn't have posted if I could see the problem. I'm hoping another set of eyes might see what I don't. Any additional assistance is welcomed.
  11. the php web video script that I'm trying to modify allows Users to purchase videos successfully, however, the video price that is reflected in the db ('u_paid_videos') table (where transaction info is stored) appears to show the default video price (video_play_price from the 'config' db table) every time, instead of the accurate video price. I'm not sure if this code needs to be tweaked so that the actual price will show in the 'video_play_price' column (in 'u_paid_videos' table): // get cost video // get the default video price, to use if there is no per video play price $db->where('n
  12. In fact, this blocks videos from playing at all: RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} \.(mp4)$ [NC] RewriteRule ^ validate.php?request_url=%{REQUEST_URI} [L] when these .htaccess lines are commented-out, the videos play as normal. Any additional help is welcomed.
  13. Thanks for your reply. The php web script that I'm trying to modify generates the url/path from where the video file is stored, for example: http://......com/uploads/video/2019/10/BevI9Fl33FErYiqflaV8_31_1489faaeb187967564c2f5986a498c.mp4
  14. I have added this to .htaccess: RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} \.(mp4)$ [NC] RewriteRule ^ validate.php?request_url=%{REQUEST_URI} [L] and added a validate.php file, containing this: <?php $v = $_GET['video'] ?? null; if(file_exists($v)) { unlink($v); header('Content-type: application/mp4'); header('Content-Disposition: inline; filename=video.mp4'); readfile("./mytestvideo.mp4"); } else http_response_code(404); to the root directory. And then searched and played a video, but still see the unmasked url/path to the video, instead of this type of url/path:
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