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  1. I cannot seem to figure this bit out. I'm trying to load data from an xml file depending on what the value of a url parameter is. I have an attribute set in my xml, but cannot seem to figure out how to go about this. I've looked at several examples of getting the attribute so I'm not sure where I am wrong since I haven't come across an example using url parameters to determine what data should be fetched. Here is what I have so far. An example of my xml file. There will be more records of piercing in this file. <piercings> <piercing id="default"> <title>Piercing Not
  2. I have an html form that inserts a record into database. I also have a an html edit form that retrieves the data from the database. Normally everything works. But I just noticed that I have an issue if I use double quotes in the form field. It'll insert into the database fine. The problem arises when outputting the variable in the form field. If I echo it outside the form field, it'll show up fine with the double quotes. But inside the field, I only geta partial string. For eg. $variable_input = '5 3/4" Glitter Concealed Platform Pump'; The above will insert to the database.
  3. Folks, I found this piece of code on my notes. Cannot remember where I grabbed it from. It is supposed to fetch a page and grab it's meta details and display them on screen. Question is: What is this error I am getting ? Fatal error: Uncaught TypeError: DOMDocument::loadHTML() expects parameter 1 to be string, boolean given in C:\xampp\htdocs\curl\filter.php:31 Stack trace: #0 C:\xampp\htdocs\curl\filter.php(31): DOMDocument->loadHTML(false) #1 {main} thrown in C:\xampp\htdocs\curl\filter.php on line 31 <?php /* ERROR HANDLING */ declare(strict_types=1); ini_set
  4. Hello. I am using a form to send data to my database but when I submit the form, the data is not shown on the database. I am connected to the database so I don't think the problem lies there. Also, I have a redirect option via 'Location:' which also works. I am following online examples for the php. This is the PHP I am using: <?php include("dbcon/database-conn.php"); if (!empty($_POST)) #($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST") { $pagelinks = $_POST['pagelinks']; $title = $_POST['title']; $asideleft = $_POST['asideleft']; $body = $_POST['body']; $asideright = $_PO
  5. I have a table like this. investment_id | investor_id | deposit | Date | Status I will be depositing funds into this table. For eg. If I am paying out 1000 investors at a time, 1000 rows will be added to this table. I might do this 100 times a day. That's 100,000 rows added in a day. Each deposit I do will be unique, even though it might be going to the same person multiple times. This could end up with million of rows. I am wondering if this is the correct way to do this or is there a better method?
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