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  1. you are getting a json object from your php code, not a strong. Thus, it cannot be split by comma. what you're getting is something like this: {0:"test",1:"test2",2:"test3"} http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=javascript+how+to+handle+json&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8
  2. i remember first getting into MySQL... it was intimadting but take it piece by piece and you'll realize its really not that much... when it comes down to it, for the basics, you just gotta learn 4 or 5 new functions
  3. its gonna be a hell of a lot easier to use a database
  4. if you were using mysql_fetch_assoc() then ya
  5. when you see a "->" being used, it has to do with objects and php classes. Do you know about arrays? for an array you would use $test['myvar'] , for an object, you would use $test->myvar You build an object using a "class", check out this tutorial: http://edrackham.com/php/php-class-tutorial/
  6. can you create a subdomain of your site through php, or do sites like blogspot just use mod rewrites and pass the name of the subdomain to a page, which processes it from there? Thanks
  7. nope.... now getting this: /bin/sh: /usr/local/php/bin/php: No such file or directory
  8. yes! that helps a LOT. thanks!!!!1
  9. oh wow. so what do i need to do to fix this?
  10. this is what i am entering as the command: php -q /home/tcrush/public_html/cron/cron.php and its emailing me this error: No input file specified.
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