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    Using # on Unix

    Hi this is not a PHP problem it is a unix/linux problem.I have been going through my banking website and found a folder /#/login I have never seen # used as a folder. Can someone tell me if I can do this and what symbols are available.
  2. Hi I call a function with values of 51 and 100 but the function receives values 1 and 50 <?php // EmilyMoor Version 1.0.0 05-07-2019 Desmond O'Toole. ini_set('display_errors', 1); error_reporting(E_ALL); require("../secure/SecureFunctions.php"); require("secure/SecureFunctionsEmilyMoor.php"); $page = "Emily Moor"; session_start(); $Browser = $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']; if (!isset($_SESSION["PageValue"])) $_SESSION["PageValue"] = '1'; $_SESSION["PageValue"] = 2; // Keeps going back to 1 if($_SESSION["PageValue"] == 1) { $_SESSION["StartValue"] = 1; $_SESSION["EndValue"] = 50; } if($_SESSION["PageValue"] == 2) { $_SESSION["StartValue"] = 51; $_SESSION["EndValue"] = 100; } if($_SESSION["PageValue"] == 3) { $_SESSION["StartValue"] = 101; $_SESSION["EndValue"] = 150; } if($_SESSION["PageValue"] == 4) { $_SESSION["StartValue"] = 151; $_SESSION["EndValue"] = 200; } if($_SESSION["PageValue"] == 5) { $_SESSION["StartValue"] = 201; $_SESSION["EndValue"] = 250; } if($_SESSION["PageValue"] == 6) { $_SESSION["StartValue"] = 251; $_SESSION["EndValue"] = 300; } echo $_SESSION["PageValue"] . " - " . $_SESSION["StartValue"] . " - " . $_SESSION["EndValue"] . "<br>"; $qStationDetails = GetChanelInfo($_SESSION["StartValue"],$_SESSION["EndValue"]); $rs = mysql_fetch_array($qStationDetails) or die ("E3001-101A"); $Name = $rs['Description']; ?> function GetChanelInfo($StartCH, $EndCH) // E2004 { echo "Channels = " . $StartCH . " " . $EndCH . "<br>"; // values are 1 and 50 $sqlChanelInfo = "SELECT * FROM TV_EmilyMoor WHERE ID >= $StartCH and ID <= $EndCH"; echo $sqlChanelInfo . "<br />"; $qChanelInfo = mysql_query($sqlChanelInfo) or die ("E3004-01A"); return $qChanelInfo; }
  3. No that doesn't always work. If websites use Name="Name" for an input form which they do. You can get auto complete to work the wrong way. I don't want to turn off auto complete. As for To have a variable name value means a headache for your receiving script which has to figure out what to call that specific field when having simple static values is so much easier. $Comment_Name = $_SESSION['COMMENT_NAME']; $Comment = $_POST[$Comment_Name];
  4. ginerjm seems to have done this. What I have been doing is using a variable into the name of the text box. This has worked before. I use dechex(time()) and use this as the name. The reason is that some of the older web pages got screwed up by a web browser trying to artificial intelligent and complete what I am entering based on the name of the text box. I then store the name in a session variable so the update page can use it for the name of the text box. Hope this makes $Comment_Name = dechex(time()); $_SESSION['COMMENT_NAME'] = $Comment_Name; and for the text box <input type="text" maxlength="32" size="42" name= "<?=$Comment_Name?>"; value="<?=$SE_Comment?>"> This has worked before but can't work out how I did it.
  5. I have a text box on page 1 that has a unique changing value using $Comment_Name = dechex(time()); $_SESSION['COMMENT_NAME'] = $Comment_Name; // Lines 42/43 Comment&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <input type="text" maxlength="32" size="42" name= "<?=$Comment_Name?>"; value="<?=$SE_Comment?>">&nbsp;&nbsp;Max 32 Characters As the name of the text box is stored in a session variable then it should be a simple mater of retrieving the value on page 2. /****************************/ $CommentID = $_SESSION['COMMENT_NAME']; if($direction == "Add record") { $Comment_Name = $_SESSION['COMMENT_NAME']; $_SESSION['DE_MyReason'] = $_POST['Reason']; // Keep the default regardless $_SESSION['DE_Money_In'] = $_POST['MoneyIn']; $_SESSION['DE_Money_Out'] = $_POST['MoneyOut']; $_SESSION["DE_DD_Entry"] = $_POST['DD_Entry']; $_SESSION["DE_MM_Entry"] = $_POST['MM_Entry']; $_SESSION["DE_Comment"] = $_POST[$CommentID]; /* This should retreve the posted value */ Any help on this please?
  6. Hi I want the border to be red not the entire contents <div style="width:650px;height:230px;padding:10px;border:solid;color:red;"> Des </div>
  7. Cant close this topic. Wanted to but have a new problem. When I look at the page in google chrome I get This page isn’t working ... ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS But works fine in firefox. I am not doing any redirecting only if I haven't logged in then back to the log in page.
  8. www.desmond-otoole.co.uk/secure/securefunctions.php /bank/admin/index.php what should I do in the index.php file to access securefunctions.php require("../secure/SecureFunctions.php"); require("../../secure/SecureFunctions.php"); require("www.desmond-otoole.co.uk/secure/SecureFunctions.php"); Nothing seems to work I just get a stupid google chrome page saying This page isn’t working
  9. Thanks echo date('Y-m-d', strtotime('first day of last month')); is beeter than $date = new DateTime('first day of last month'); But how do I get a php.ini into the system for future class related programming I have [Date] date.timezone=Europe/London Will it be picked up automatically or as a shared server be ignored?
  10. Do I relay have to do all this in PHP 5.0? <?php $Date = time(); $Month = date('m' ,$Date); $Year = date('Y' ,$Date); $Month -= 1; if ($Month == 0) { $Month = 12; $Year -= 1; } $Date = $Year . "-" . $Month . "-01"; echo $Date; ?>
  11. would CURDATE() + INTERVAL 5 DAY take me back to the first of the previous month. In this case 1st December 2018 ? ? ? ? ?
  12. $get_date->modify('-30 days'); I could just as well do $date = time() $diff = 60*60*24*30; $date = $date - $diff; However if it was the 31st of the month this would not take me to the previous month.
  13. I have created a php.ini file and added it to the website root contents [Date] date.timezone=Europe/London
  14. I have never used a php.ini file and don't know how it is implemented. Can I not use $date = new DateTime('first day of last month', "Europe/London"); or do I just create a file php.ini in the www root of my website with the lines [Date] date.timezone=Europe/London
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