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  1. take a look here http://www.php.net, and here http://www.phpfreaks.com/forums/index.php/board,1.0.html those might help ya. I know they helped me!
  2. You don't. That's the idea.. as a child, a parent would not want them to have general access to the net. Instead, they would have access to controlled / filtered content geared strictly towards infants.
  3. http://www.phpfreaks.com/forums/index.php/board,8.0.html that might be a good start.
  4. face it, you are going to have to try.
  5. it says to login to download, download it, and the GD Library on your PHP webserver.
  6. I am testing my validation link on my website, its when you register it sends you a email. I want to make sure you receive a link. I know it works for gmail, and yahoo. Please post if it works or not Here is my link to my profile: http://lamezz.com/news.php?id=29&comments=on here is the registration page: http://lamezz.com/register.php
  7. ya I saw the tiger poo to, I hate this browser, how in the world do I get to google?
  8. ya I used pear and SMTP to send mail, and it works great!
  9. change this mysql_query($query) or die('Error, insert query failed'); to mysql_query($query) or die(mysql_error()); post the error.
  10. would sending emails using SMTP Authentication practical?
  11. so my headers might be incorrect, and that could be the problem?
  12. ya, well I am going to add it anyways. If they care to look, then more power to them! lol Thanks!
  13. what is it suppose to check if there is no query string?
  14. That is what I was thinking, so should I have a News and Updates Page?
  15. I am using the PHP mail function to send activation emails to the newly registered member. Well it worked with gmail, but yahoo does not seem to receive anything at all. Are there alternative ways of sending emails? Here is my code: <?php function sendMail($user){ $to = findInfo($user, "email"); $id = findInfo($user, "id"); $hash = md5($user.$id.$user); $link = "http://www.lamezz.com/test/register.php?act=".$hash; $subject = 'Activate Account!'; $message = "Please copy and paste the link into your browser to activate your account at Lamez's Corner! \n".$link."\n -Thank You\n Lamez"); $headers = "From: no-reply@lamezz.com\r\nReply-To: no-reply@lamezz.com"; $mail_sent = @mail( $to, $subject, $message, $headers ); return $mail_sent ? "Mail sent to ".$to : "Mail failed"; } ?>
  16. lol sorry. My Front Page (index) will display news entrys and website updates. I was wondering should I have the front page (index) display what the website is about, what it does, what it is for, or should I just stick with my original plan.
  17. lol ours is decently secure, but strict. They told me if I go and jack around with the system, then I will be banned from all the labs. So I have not even messed with it. Until I taught everyone about proxies, then they starting logging the history from everyone.. lol
  18. I went to the domain, and all I got was a blank page, of course on the port you have listed above. My home server has a domain that is pointed to my server from servage's servers but, I cannot load my website using the domain, when I am on my network, I have to use the host name, "megatron". I have no idea why, and it just changed on me all of a sudden, but that might be your problem, try loading the website from a different computer off your network.
  19. I use wget! You can get window binarys, and put it into your system32 folder then open up your DOS shell, and type: wget http://www.google.com
  20. on my websites front page, I plan on having website updates, and what nots. Should I have the front page just display what the website is about or anything like that, or just my updates to the website.
  21. wait a minuet, that will work. Duh! Sorry its very late here, I need to hit the hay!
  22. lol, but that is not going to select the highest id, or the last row
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