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  1. What should I say πŸ˜²πŸ˜“ I'am a 49-year-old man who has a career in the IT industry in Norway, but left the table completely a little over ten years ago. Now I'm up and running again, but the road is long, very long, and steep. I have to learn it all again. Hope you persevere, from here can come many strange questions, but the problems I see I can help solve I will of course contribute what I can, and which I see is relevant to the questions that may come, but I see that much of my knowledge is too old and extinct 😣πŸ˜₯ But as I said, my weight lies in what for the rest of you in here will seem old and useless. When it comes to programming, most things are probably long gone, and since I am almost 50 years old, I will probably never be the same as I once was, but I have an understanding and knowledge of what most things are. At the same time, I want to thank the person or people behind this forum and everyone who has helped me so far, or who helps me in the future. So, my knowledge extends across a wide range from idea and planning to fully developed product in web programming and design, to operation of data center, domain registrar and other web hosting services. I graduated from college and university as a "webmaster" and graduate CCIE. A title that also gave me a lot in the position as webmaster ,.
  2. Thanks, I'll check it out right away (and VS Code to).
  3. Yes, thank you i take all three πŸ™‚ This topic goes under what is "IDE". I've been away for a few years from programming. I have to learn everything again except that I have understanding and can read most scripts and understand a syntax. But unfonatley, the time has gone so far now, so i am not able towrite the code like i used to do for 10 and more years ago. I could have a "conversation" (proamming) without books and finished scripts. I'm 50 now, so it's probably too late to get there again, but I'm doing my best. The main thing is that I understand what I do. What is "hot or not" today among developers. I'm aware that all text editors support PHP and MySQL (eg) but I address and support those who are hot on the topic we are working on and discuss here at www.phpfreaks.net, programming. I like to go straight to the source, where it is warmest, but then there is the danger, the danger of asking like this is that you get as many different answers as the number of people or the number of members there are on the forum you ask the question. So my question is, which editor / idea do you use? Then I get to sort it out myself and see what suits me best πŸ™‚
  4. Yes, that is the plan. And of course i have that in mind and in the back of my head, same versions etc... I can still remember those days 10 - 15 years ago.... some times so much trouble πŸ₯ΊπŸ˜€ Any way, thanks for telling me requinix. All suggestions and tips are helping. I still have manny questions, but i cant find the right time for asking them πŸ™†β€β™‚οΈ
  5. I have looked into the AMPPS, and found it interesting to install local as my testing server insted of upload my files to my web space at my data center here in Norway. If there is some one here having experience with AMPPS please tell me about + and - with this virtual server. I have downloaded the latest version that includes Apache v 2.4.41, PHP 7.3 and MySQL 8.0.18. For example, is it recommended to use another root directory than default (known issues?). For those not familiar with AMPPS can read about it here: www.ampps.com
  6. Thanks to both of you. As i said, I didn't see this problem/error my self because I have seen me tired and blind on this. As we say in Norway: I didn't see the forest because of all the trees. Thanks...
  7. Mr. B, I have to go through your answer (what you have marked), and double check it against what I have here/done myself. There is something completely beyond my comprehension here. I've been sitting with this for so long now that I can not bear to set it up again. I lack the understanding of when to use style tag and w3 css / own css file / inline and class alone, or who on what. I have known this so well before, but after 10 years and will start to learn the old again / and remember it at the same time as you get to know what is really new (w3 css). It crashes completely. What you have marked in my script on your image that I have posted I will not find again in the file I have saved on my PC. It's the same, but I do not understand a shit. I will probably come back with follow-up questions and an update.
  8. I've messed up, and now I can not find my way back. Can anyone correct my mistakes, please? the text boxes should be set to the right, and they should have a width of 135. I have messed up a bit ..... again. Please explain the following to me as well: Is it not the same whether w3-css is inside or outside "class style"? Or is it a difference between regular css inline/.css file and w3 css? It seems to me that this changes according to what minute you are in, because if I set up class and put in regular css there, then it is the same there. Sometimes it works, and other times it doesn't. I paste in and attach what I have done so you who are specialists can wake up enough to see through what I am doing wrong. I can not find out. It seems like it changes all the time (it does not. Only I have lost the overview. Thank you for helping me πŸ™‚ <header class='w3-container w3-white w3-padding'> <div class="div-table-row" 'text-align: right;'> <div class="div-table-col" align="left" width="82" height="78" >logo_image</div> <div class="div-table-col"> <form method='POST' class='w3-padding'> <label class style='text-align: right; font-size: 12px;'>E-mail:</label> <input type='text' w3-input' 'w3-border'class='w3-container' 'w3-align:right; width:135px;' name='email'> <label class style='text-align: right; font-size: 12px;'>Password:</label> <input type='password' class='w3-container' style='align: right; width: 135px;' name='password'><id='nav-login' href='<?=$HOST?>login.php' class='w3-bar-item w3-button w3-right' style='font-size: 11px;'><?=$log_btn?></a> <div id='div-login-table' class='w3-content w3-card-4 w3-light-gray w3-tiny' style= 'align: right;' 'margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 28px; height:172px; width:160px; '> </form> </div> </div>
  9. Since the first time i came over to FileZilla from WS FTP, I have always missed the short cut key for uploading files. Does it exist?
  10. I want it to be about 300 px wide and the and to be top aligned in the right top. I have tried so much and seen me blind on all the troubles, so i have to ask about help. By the way. For some reason it also partly hides under the scroll bar. Can you help me, plesase? <link rel='stylesheet' href='https://www.w3schools.com/w3css/4/w3.css'> <!--style login table start--> <style> .div-table { float: right; display: table; width: 40%; border: 0px solid #666666; border-spacing: 0px; /*cellspacing:poor IE support for this*/ } .div-table-row { display: table-row; width: auto; clear: both; } .div-table-col { float: right; /* fix for buggy browsers */ display: table-column; width: 200px; background-color: #cccccc; } </style> <!--style login table end--> <div class='w3-right w3-top'> <!--login table--> <form id="form1"> <div class="div-table"> <div class="div-table-row"> <div class="div-table-col" align="right">E-mail</div> <div class="div-table-col">Passord</div> </div> <div class="div-table-row"> <div class="div-table-col"><input class='w3-input w3-tiny w3-border w3-left w3-card-4' style='width: 8%;' type="text" Style="width;150px;" name="email"></div> <div class="div-table-col"><input class='w3-input w3-tiny w3-border w3-left w3-card-4' style='width: 8%;' type="password" style="width=150px;" name="password"></div> <div class="div-table-col"><button class='w3-btn w3-small w3-light-grey w3-right'>LogIn</button></div> </div> </div><br> </form> <!--login table end-->
  11. Of course πŸ˜› I just quickly looked through the source code πŸ™‚
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