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Posts posted by cmgmyr

  1. Do something like this:

    <td valign=\"top\" width=\"10\"><input type=\"checkbox\" name=\"checkbox" .$id. "\" value=\"1\" /></td>


    then on your processor:

    $query = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM layout") or die(mysql_error());
    if($_POST['checkbox'.$id] == 1){
    //Delete $id from database

  2. 1. Research your topic in the website or page.

    2. Get related keywords

    3. Use strong meta data that reflects well on your content

    4. Have good content, H tags

    5. Links, links, and more links. The more links into your site the better. Put your URL everywhere you can.

  3. how about:

    $q1 = "select * from dd_rating where ItemID = '54' ";
    $r1 = mysql_query($q1) or die(mysql_error());
    $numvote = mysql_num_rows($r1); //<~Semi colon missing
    echo "<b><center>See what Rating others gave for this joke </center></b><br><br>";
    echo $name." had given a rating of ".$rate. " to this joke<br>";

  4. I agree with everyone's comments so far. The "Web" business has a lot to do with experience and/or your portfolio. The more you have to look at the better off you are. The problem is getting started and getting people to believe in you when you are starting out. Once you get a few under your belt it will be like a snowball rolling down a hill. It took me about 5 years doing web stuff on the side until I was ready to go full time into it. But it has been great so far. It is very rewarding. I'm probably looking to do about $45k-50k this year. Not too bad ;)


    Hope this helps you out a little.

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