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  1. Hello All: I am not very familiar with php, and need some advice about how to do something. Really appreciate a little advice. I am making a forum with MODX, it has a module for forums called Discuss. Discuss has a built-in functionality to organize new topics into questions or discussions, regardless of the board a topic is in. So when you try to make a new topic it has got two buttons, question or discussion, and if you don't choose one it throws an error (its suppose to warn you but doesn't now). I want to remove this function completely, not because of the error but just because its not suitable for my site which is not a support site. I don't care if the system considers all posts as questions, or as discussions, I just want the users to not have to choose and they can just post their topics, no buttons, no choice, and no error. Removing the buttons is easy enough, but I need to change a little php to tell the system to either not need this info, or just give it a default variable so that the user can post (I don't know the variable names right now but that is next I guess). Anyway, here is the code which will probably be clearer than the above: $discuss =& $modx->discuss; $modx->lexicon->load('discuss:post'); $fields = $hook->getValues(); unset($fields[$submitVar]); if (empty($fields['board'])) return $modx->error->failure($modx->lexicon('discuss.post_err_ns')); $board = $modx->getObject('disBoard',$fields['board']); if ($board == null) return false; My first thought was to change the "If empty" line, and tell it, if empty then return (one of the two possible values). Then, everything would be ok, it seems to me. But could I also just strip out the check for the variable completely? If I took out the three lines starting with $fields all the way to the "If empty" line, wouldn't that mean the check is gone and the post will post without concern that this value doesn't exist? Or would this set off the system somehow (as it presumably never contemplated that this value would not be there)? Or, am I barking up the wrong tree here? Really looking forward to some advice about this. Thanks in advance!
  2. chrisharrigan426

    PHP forum help desperately needed

    Could any one take a look at my php forum script? The links are set correctly I can get to my confimation site but i dont recieve the email after submiting it I would greatly appreciate anyone givng me pointers <?php /* This first bit sets the email address that you want the form to be submitted to. You will need to change this value to a valid email address that you can access. */ $webmaster_email = "___________@gmail.com"; /* This bit sets the URLs of the supporting pages. If you change the names of any of the pages, you will need to change the values here. */ $feedback_page = "feedback_form.html"; $error_page = "error_message.html"; $thankyou_page = "thank_you.html"; /* This next bit loads the form field data into variables. If you add a form field, you will need to add it here. */ $email_address = $_POST['email_address'] ; $full_name = $_POST['full_name'] ; $phone_number = $_POST['phone_number'] ; $comments = $_POST['comments'] ; $fudge_brownie = $_POST['fudge_brownie'] ; $italian_biscotti = $_POST['italian_biscotti'] ; $chocolatechip_cookies = $_POST['chocolatechip_cookies'] ; $oatmeal_cookie = $_POST['oatmeal_cookie'] ; $french_bread = $_POST['french_bread'] ; $kaiser_delirolls = $_POST['kaiser_delirolls'] ; $hamburger_rolls = $_POST['hamburger_rolls'] ; $sub_rolls = $_POST['sub_rolls'] ; $slider_rolls = $_POST['slider_rolls'] ; $snickerdoodle_cookies = $_POST['snickerdoodle_cookies'] ; $sticky_buns = $_POST['sticky_buns'] ; $woopie_pie = $_POST['woopie_pie'] ; $coconut_macaroons = $_POST['coconut_macaroons'] ; $special_comments = $_POST['special_comments'] ; /* The following function checks for email injection. Specifically, it checks for carriage returns - typically used by spammers to inject a CC list. */ function isInjected($str) { $injections = array('(\n+)', '(\r+)', '(\t+)', '(%0A+)', '(%0D+)', '(%08+)', '(%09+)' ); $inject = join('|', $injections); $inject = "/$inject/i"; if(preg_match($inject,$str)) { return true; } else { return false; } } // If the user tries to access this script directly, redirect them to the feedback form, if (!isset($_POST['email_address'])) { header( "Location: $feedback_page" ); } // If the form fields are empty, redirect to the error page. elseif (empty($email_address) || empty($comments)) { header( "Location: $error_page" ); } // If email injection is detected, redirect to the error page. elseif ( isInjected($email_address) ) { header( "Location: $error_page" ); } // If we passed all previous tests, send the email then redirect to the thank you page. else { mail( "$webmaster_email", "DessertsOnDemandOrder", $special_comments, $coconut_macaroons, $woopie_pie, $sticky_buns, $snickerdoodle_cookies, $slider_rolls, $sub_rolls, $hamburger_rolls, $kaiser_delirolls, $french_bread, $oatmeal_cookie, $chocolatechip_cookies, $italian_biscotti, $fudge_brownie, $comments, $phone_number, $full_name, "From: $email_address" ); header( "Location: $thankyou_page" ); } ?>
  3. spencer9772

    New Forum

    Hey guys, I just started a web developer forum and was wondering if anybody would be interested in being an admin or mod. I could really use the help getting it started. So if you could please just contact me on phpfreaks or go ahead and make an account on my forum and send me and PM and I can give further details. Thanks! The url: http://coding4um.com
  4. Rike

    Threaded forum algorithm

    Hallo everybody! I am looking for some information about creating PHP threaded forum (with MySQL). BB forum is easy - db table with forums, topics and posts, every post has foreign key to topic, topic to forum and it's done. But if I want something like Disqus, how to do this more efficiently? How to collect posts in db with minimum query needed to render any thread? And what about post rating? How to prevent user from sending more then one rating?
  5. YousefDiab

    PHP MAIL NOT SENDING

    <?php $site_email = $row["example@madhost.co"]; $email25=$_REQUEST['email']; $action=$_REQUEST['action']; if ($action=="") /* display the contact form */ { ?> <form id="ContactForm" action="" method="POST" enctype="multipart/form-data"> <input type="hidden" name="action" value="submit"> <div> <div class="wrapper"> <span>Your Name:</span> <input type="text" class="input" name="name" maxlenght="15"> </div> <div class="wrapper"> <span>Your E-mail:</span> <input type="text" class="input" name="email" > </div> <div class="textarea_box"> <span>Your Message:</span> <textarea name="textarea" cols="1" rows="1"></textarea> </div> <input type="submit" class="button1"> <a href="contact.php" class="button1">Clear</a> </div> </form> <?php } else /* send the submitted data */ { $name=$_REQUEST['name']; $email=$_REQUEST['email']; $message=$_REQUEST['textarea']; if (($name=="")||($email=="")||($message=="")) { echo "All fields are required, please fill <a href=\"\">the form</a> again."; } else{ $from="From: $name<$email>\r\nReturn-path: $email"; $subject= $subject1; mail($to =$site_email, $message, $from); echo " <div class=\"contactform\"> Thank you for contacting us, please wait for our reply! </div> "; } } ?> The only problem is that im not recieving the email :/ Any Help ? I would really appreciate it and thank you
  6. So I have been slowly working on a custom forum. I have recently been trying to implement an achievement system. For the most part achievements would work based on the users amount of posts amount of characters in a post amount of replies on a post time past from the users join date. I was hoping to find out how I could put an entry into a database field based on the above. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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