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Everything posted by moberemk

  1. DMX doesn't have very much ability when it comes to PHP. Dreamweaver considers PHP files to be HTML files with PHP code inside, not echo commands. Therefore, your all-code pages won't work there. Sorry.
  2. Well the point is, when a file is included, it actually becomes part of that page's code. So to avoid calling the database many times, just have the connection string in the page calling the include file and not in any of the included files.
  3. The included file has a connection in it, right? Get rid of it. But then, that will cause some errors, because it can't connect to the database on that page; ignore those warning marks. I know it's hard to do, but you have to do it. Dreamweaver seems to have issues with include files-if you try to use their include browser, it will only cause problems. Includes files are things that need to be hard-coded because of the inherent glitchiness of it's PHP support.
  4. HTML and Body tags aren't supposed to go into include files. Just where is it that these files are dissapearing from? The include files or the file including them?
  5. Well if this site is hand-coded, then Dreamweaver won't be able to help you with it. With PHPMyAdmin, you just need to load up the database, then go to the "SQL" tab. Choose the file to execute, and finish it. As for the site, unless you know PHP, or it was designed in Dreamweaver, then you probably won't be able to edit it.
  6. I don't think that there was a modification anywhere. It all looks the same to me.
  7. MX 2004 is definitely worth the upgrade though. Much improved CSS support over MX.
  8. Your link is bad. It just leads me to a stupid site with stuff I don't care about that seems to exist solely for the purpose of holding the domain.
  9. You would need to dynamically get the link to the image, by selecting the "Dynamic Source" radio button at the top of the "Browse for Image" screen.
  10. You are in Dreamweaver, right? Then that should be really easy to do. There is also an extension for alternating row color. Just look it up!
  11. Is it isolated? Is it heard on other computers? Give us some more info here!
  12. What kind of sound is it though? MP3 is the best for this kind of stuff.
  13. Well, since you seem to be using Dreamweaver (otherwise, why would you be posting here?) so I'll have to assume that you know how to do this. You need to select the form, and go under the Tag Inspector panel. You then click the Behaviors panel. In there, there should be a white space. You need to select the right column and choose "onSubmit" and then click inside the left column. You then click on the little + symbol button and select the "Play Sound" option. From there, it should be rather straightforward. Outisde of Dreamweaver, I can't really help you.
  14. Try addinga Javascript onSubmit property to your form that plays a sound. As for what happens when you press enter, don't look at me.
  15. What you need to do is select the text you want to hyperlink, and then make a link. By browsing to the page, you have a path. In the bottom path bar, click the button to the right to add vars that link to the blog post. Another idea is to make it a random little # link, and then edit the code to replace the hash mark with a variable from your var panel.
  16. If you are making your site in PHP then this should work wonders: <?php include(includes/nav.php); ?> With nav.php being a page that holds all of your nav links. Alternatively, you could go to the HTML area on the Insert bar and select "Include File" and select an HTML file for a pure-HTML solution.
  17. Try the Dreamweaver MX Bible. The version number varies depending on which you intend to use. It should help you out. And yes, you do in fact need a database.
  18. What extension are you talking about? Give us some more detail here please! We really need to know what it is you need before we can help you!
  19. I'm not even going to ask why you have 15000 products a day, but... just by making your INT(11) into an INT(22) would increase the amount by a lot more. If your database can support that many products, then I think that it should be able to suport a longer INT. And if you don't have the ability to increase that number, it may be a good idea to switch over to Microsoft SQL Server, or some similar product, to have an industrial-strength databse.
  20. Personally, I strongly doubt that you will ever reach the 99,999,999,999 limit. What could possibly have that many records needed?
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