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  1. Good morning folks, I'm having an obscure issue with previously sent headers. I have an add_category.php for the admin backend of an app I'm working on. It was working fine until I added a Post.php class, but the Post.php class doesn't even interact with add_categories.php outside the initialization file. When I use this file to add a category I get the normal Like I said, this was working fine until I added the Post.php class. But the only time that they even come close to interacting is in the initializations.php which I put at the top of each of the pages and looks like this -> <?php require("../load.php"); require("../assets/class/User.php"); require("../assets/class/Category.php"); require("../assets/class/Post.php"); $user = $user_obj->getUsername(); $role = $user_obj->getRole(); $cat_obj = new Category($conn, $user); $post_obj = new Post($conn, $user); The relevant code for the add_category.php is -> <?php require("assets/initializations.php"); if(isset($_POST['add_cat'])) { $cat_obj->addCategory($_POST['cat_title']); header("Location: category.php?message=category-added"); exit; } ?> After some research I've altered this a bit to this -> <?php require("assets/initializations.php"); if(isset($_POST['add_cat'])) { $cat_obj->addCategory($_POST['cat_title']); if(!headers_sent()) { header("Location: category.php?message=category-added"); exit; } else { var_dump(headers_list()); } } ?> Which returns this -> I have no idea where those are coming from or why they're coming at all and that date is a long time ago. Some of it looks familiar, some I've never seen before. I haven't come across a remedy that works yet though. Any suggestions? EDIT: typo
  2. Hi there everyone! I'm trying my best to Google my way through this issue, but have run into an issue I can't out-Google. I'm trying to write a script that is receiving an email, breaking it apart into it's various components and then storing into a database. I would like to store: from name from email to name to email subject headers body Here's what I've cobbled together from various tutorials and demo's: $fd = fopen("php://stdin", "r"); $email_content = ""; while (!feof($fd)) { $email_content .= fread($fd, 1024); } fclose($fd); //split the string into array of strings, each of the string represents a single line, received $lines = explode("\n", $email_content); // initialize variable which will assigned later on $from = ""; $subject = ""; $headers = ""; $message = ""; $is_header= true; //loop through each line for ($i=0; $i < count($lines); $i++) { if ($is_header) { // hear information. instead of main message body, all other information are here. $headers .= $lines[$i]."\n"; // Split out the To portion if (preg_match("/^To: (.*)/", $lines[$i], $matches)) { $to = $matches[1]; } $toregexp = '/To:\s*(([^\<]*?) <)?<?(.+?)>?\s*\n/i'; if(preg_match($toregexp, $email_content, $to_dissection)) { $toname = $to_dissection[2]; $toemail = $to_dissection[3]; } // Split out the subject portion if (preg_match("/^Subject: (.*)/", $lines[$i], $matches)) { $subject = $matches[1]; } //Split out the sender information portion if (preg_match("/^From: (.*)/", $lines[$i], $matches)) { $from = $matches[1]; } $fromregexp = '/From:\s*(([^\<]*?) <)?<?(.+?)>?\s*\n/i'; if(preg_match($fromregexp, $email_content, $from_dissection)) { $fromname = $from_dissection[2]; $fromemail = $from_dissection[3]; } } else { // content/main message body information $message .= $lines[$i]."\n"; } if (trim($lines[$i])=="") { // empty line, header section has ended $is_header = false; } } My issues are many. I've got from and to names that don't reflect the true data, the from address will be the original sender and not the most recent sender if it's forwarded and finally, the body is showing up empty. Clearly, I'm not handling this properly. With all the trouble-ticket like systems out there, there has to be a fairly bulletproof method of handling this, doesn't there? I'm thinking I've gone about this totally the wrong way. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  3. I have a strange problem with my headers in my mail function. This is how it looks like in my code: $to = 'someone@email.com'; $subject = 'Question from website'; $headers = 'MIME-Version: 1.0' . "\r\n"; $headers .= 'Content-type: text/html;charset=UTF-8' . "\r\n"; $headers .= 'From: ' . $email . "\r\n"; When i send this i got the following message in my mailbox: Content-type: text/html;charset=UTF-8 From: web@somecompany.com Message-Id: <20140620142808.93D11A147@apache11.hostbasket.com> Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2014 16:28:08 +0200 (CEST) <html><head><title>Question from web</title><style type="text/css">body {background-color: #ffffff; font-family: verdana;}hr {color: #333;}div {width: 800px; margin: 25px auto;}h1 {color: #FFC421; font-size: 17px;}p {color: 2a2a2a; font-size: 15px;}</style></head><body><div><p><img src="imgs/tsc-logo.png"/></p><hr /><h2 style="color: #FFC421;">This customer asked a question</h2><br /><table style="width:800px"><tr><th style="width:250px"><h1>Customer:</h1></th><td></td></tr><tr><th>Name:</th><td>testname</td></tr><tr><th>Firstname:</th><td>testfirstname</td></tr><tr><th>E-mail:</th><td>testperson@company.be</td></tr><tr><th>Bericht:</th><td>This is a test</td></tr></table></div></body></html> I have allready found that the space between "Content-type" and "From" is not normal that indicates that a rule between MIME and Content-type is also present. But in my code there isn't any rule... How can this be possible? Thanks for the help!
  4. Please the when ever i open signin.php which is the second code I get an error as a result "if($_SESSION['signed_in']) { echo 'Hello' . $_SESSION['user_name'] . '. Not you? <a href="signout.php">Sign out</a>'; } " in the first code saying that the variable _SESSION is undefined. Please what can i do about this? //header.php <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /> <meta name="description" content="A short Description." /> <meta name="keywords" content="put, keywords, here" /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css" type="text/css" /> <title>PHP-MySQL Forum</title> </head> <body> <div id="wrapper"> <div id = "menu"> <a class="item" href="index.php">Index</a> <a class="item" href="create_topic.php">Create Topic</a> <a class="item" href="create_cat.php">Create Category</a> <?php echo '<div id="userbar">'; if($_SESSION['signed_in']) { echo 'Hello' . $_SESSION['user_name'] . '. Not you? <a href="signout.php">Sign out</a>'; } else { echo '<a href="signin.php">Sign in</a> or <a href="sign up">create an account</a>.'; } echo'</div>'; ?> </div> <div id="content"> <div id="footer">Created by Christech for Learning Only</div> </div> </div> </body> </html> <?php //signin.php include 'connect.php'; include 'header.php'; echo '<h3>Sign in</h3>'; //first, check if the user is already signed in. If that is the case, there is no need to display this page if(isset($_SESSION['signed_in']) && $_SESSION['signed_in'] == true) { echo 'You are alredy signed in, you can <a href="signout.php>Sign Out</a> if you wish"'; } else { if($_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] != 'POST') { /*the form hasn't been posted yet, display it note that the action="" will cause the form to post to the same page it is on */ echo'<form method="post" action=""> Username: <input type="text" name="user_name" /> Password: <input type="text" name="user_pass" /> <input type="submit" value="Sign in" /> </form>'; } else { /* so, the form has been posted, we'll process the data in three steps: 1. Check the data 2. Let the user refill the wrong fields (if necessary) 3. Varify if the data is correct and return the correct response */ $errors = array(); /* declare the array for later use */ if(!isset($_POST['user_name'])) { $errors[] = 'The username field must not be empty.'; } if(!isset($_POST['user_pass'])) { $errors[] = 'The password field must not be empty.'; } if(!empty($errors)) /*check for an empty array, if there are errors, they're in this array (note the ! operator)*/ { echo 'Uh-oh.. a couple of fields are not filled in correctly..'; echo '<ul>'; foreach($errors as $key => $value) /* walk through the array so all the errors get displayed */ { echo '<li>' . $value . '</li>'; /* this generates a nice error list */ } echo '</ul>'; } else { //the form has been posted without, so save it //notice the use of mysql_real_escape_string, keep everything safe! //also notice the sha1 function which hashes the password $sql = "SELECT user_id, user_name, user_level FROM users WHERE user_name = '". mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['user_name']) ."' AND user_pass = '". sha1($_POST['user_pass']) ."'"; $result = mysql_query($sql); if(!$result) { //something went wrong, display the error echo 'Something went wrong while signing in. Please try again later.'; //echo mysql_error(); //debugging purposes, uncomment when needed } else { //the query was successfully executed, there are 2 possibilities //1. the query returned data, the user can be signed in //2. the query returned an empty result set, the credentials were wrong if (mysql_num_rows($result) == 0){ echo'You have supplied a wrong user/password combination. Please try again'; } else { //set the $_SESSION['signed_in'] variable to TRUE $_SESSION['signed_in'] = true; //we also put the user_id and user_name values in the $_SESSION, so we can use it at various pages while($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)) { $_SESSION['user_id'] = $row['user_id']; $_SESSION['user_name'] = $row['user_name']; $_SESSION['user_level'] = $row['user_level']; } echo 'Welcome, ' . $_SESSION['user_name'] . '. <a href="index.php">Proceed to the forum overview</a>.'; } } } } } include 'footer.php'; ?>
  5. Ok so I know this is a popular error and I've experienced it many times before, but it's driving me crazy and I can't find a solution. So i thought a fresh pair of eyes might be able to shed some light on it. I'm just re-writing this particular piece of code and not changing a great deal. It works fine on the old page, but not on the new one. I haven't changed anything apart from stripping it right back to the basics. I have included my config file at the top of the page. <?php // Turn php errors on / off $errors = true; if($errors){ ini_set('display_errors',1); error_reporting(E_ALL); } // Get the redirect if(isset($_GET['redirect'])){ $redirect = htmlspecialchars($_GET['redirect']); } if(isset($_COOKIE['authcode']) && isset($_COOKIE['userid'])){ // Get the auth code $authcode = htmlspecialchars($_COOKIE['authcode']); // Get the user id $userid = htmlspecialchars($_COOKIE['userid']); // Check auth code and user id against the database $sql = "SELECT * FROM staff_newT WHERE staff_id = '$userid' AND staff_authcode = '$authcode'"; $result = mysql_query($sql); $count = mysql_num_rows($result); if($count == 1){ echo "Both match <br /><br />"; } else { echo "Deleted <br /><br />"; // Delete authcode cookie. setcookie("authcode", "", time() - 3600); } // Check if the authcode and user id exist in the database } ?>
  6. Hi Everyone am having errors with this: Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /------/--------/public_html/-------------------------.com/--------------------/classes/mobile.php:15) in /------/--------/public_html/-------------------------.com/--------------------/classes/mobile.php on line 6 Here is mobile.php <?php // line 1 // mobile.php // line 2 class mobile_redirection { // line 3 function __construct($pagename = NULL){ // line 4 if(preg_match('/(alcatel|amoi|android|avantgo|blackberry|benq|cell|cricket|docomo|elaine|htc|iemobile|iphone|ipad|ipaq|ipod|j2me|java|midp|mini|mmp|mobi|motorola|nec-|nokia|palm|panasonic|philips|phone|playbook|sagem|sharp|sie-|silk|smartphone|sony|symbian|t-mobile|telus|up\.browser|up\.link|vodafone|wap|webos|wireless|xda|xoom|zte)/i', $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'])) { // line 5 if(isset($pagename)){ header('Location: http://www.----------------------------.com/mobile/'.$pagename); } else { header('Location: http://www.-------------------------------.com/mobile/'); } // line 6 } else { // line 7 return false; // line 8 } // line 9 } // line 10 } // line 11 ?> // line 13 I dont understand why there is an error on line fifteen as it doesn't exist and I dont know whats wrong on line 6. When someone goes to my domain it the index file the error comes up but what should happen is if they are a mobile they are redirected to a mobile sub directory or if they aren't a mobile they should be redirected to form.php. <?php // Login or Sign Up require('classes/mobile.php'); $mobile = new mobile_redirection('form.php'); if($mobile === false){ header('Location: form.php'); } ?> Any ideas why this isn't happening? Also, it isnt redirecting to form.php yet but if they get there and submit it will be using sessions: is it okay to use headers to redirect from 1.php to 2.php and then on 2.php start_session()? Thanks for reading and for any help in advance, Timothy
  7. Everything works except the cookies are not being set, any ideas?, Error reporting is that headers have already been set, I don't see it $uname = $_REQUEST["uname"]; $upass = $_REQUEST["upass"]; $ref = $_REQUEST["ref"]; $uname = str_replace("&", "'", $uname); $uname = str_replace("'", """, $uname); $uname = str_replace("\"", "\", $uname); $uname = str_replace("+", "+", $uname); $upass = str_replace("&", "'", $upass); $upass = str_replace("'", """, $upass); $upass = str_replace("\"", "\", $upass); $upass = str_replace("+", "+", $upass); If ($uname != NULL) { $username="xxxx"; $password="xxxx"; $database="xxxx"; $server="xxxx"; mysql_connect($server,$username,$password); @mysql_select_db($database) or die("Something is broken and needs fixing. Please contact us <a href=\"http://xxxx/contact..../contact.php\"> and report this</a>"); $sqlq="SELECT * FROM xxxx WHERE xxxx = '".$uname."' AND xxxx = '".$upass."' LIMIT 0,1"; $objRS = mysql_query($sqlq); while($row = mysql_fetch_array($objRS, MYSQL_ASSOC)){ $uname = $row["xxxx"]; $suid = $row["xxxx"]; $sname = $row["xxxx"]; $upass = $row["xxxxx"]; } $rows = mysql_num_rows($objRS); if (empty($rows)) { $title = "Log In"; include ("../navigation/header.php"); ?> <div id="contenti"> <div id="contwrap"> <div id="iwrap1"> <? ?> <h2> Log In Failed</h2> The username or password is incorrect, please try again <? } else { setcookie("suid",$suid, time()+14400); setcookie("aka",$sname, time()+14400); setcookie("logged","yes", time()+14400); $title = "Log In"; include ("../navigation/header.php"); ?> <div id="contenti"> <div id="contwrap"> <div id="iwrap1"> <? echo "You have succesfully logged in. <a href=\"".$ref."\">Click here to return to the previous page</a>"; } } else { header( 'Location: ../index.php' ) ; }
  8. Hi all, I'm sending an email with php as a part of my user registration process, and for some reason the mail script begins to fail when I use my full desired email in my headers. I use the standard PHP Manual headers for email: // To send HTML mail, the Content-type header must be set $headers = 'MIME-Version: 1.0' . "\r\n"; $headers .= 'Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1' . "\r\n"; // Additional headers $headers .= 'To: Jake M*** <**********@gmail.com>' . "\r\n"; $headers .= "From: CFS <noreply@crossfitst.com>" . "\r\n"; Now, if I make my last header: $headers .= "From: CFS <noreply@crossfitstmarys.com>"."\r\n"; It fails! As soon as I put the m in on CrossfitStMarys it fails the whole script. Any ideas? Cheers. P.S. I have real data in for my Jake M, just censored it out because I don't want everyone having my email haha.
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