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  1. Hey guys. I just recently started learning php and I like to learn hands on. So, my first project involves the Google Calendar. I found a script on github that is basically a Google calendar feed and I've been manipulating it to meet my personal needs and expectations, but the only thing I am struggling with is the xml part. All I want to do in this case is get the value from ###TITLE### (after it is sorted by newest date which is done automatically in the script) and store it in a new variable but no matter what I try or do and after reading a bunch of material on xml and php, I still cannot get it to work. If anyone knows how to do this and provide an explanation so I can actually learn I would really really appreciate it. Here is the github script https://github.com/media-uk/GCalPHP/blob/master/gcalphp.php Thank you and I am looking forward to any suggestions or anything.
  2. Howdy folks, Looking forward to learning a lot from you guys and hopefully being able to give some of that back as my PHP skills increase. I'm not a complete newbie, but I still have a lot to learn. The forum post that caused me to sign up was made by 'this is not my name' (Jessica), a Guru. The reason it caught my attention was because it made a definite statement about what not to do AND offered an alternative method to achieve the same result. Wow...mature coders! I signed up minutes later - after I solved the issue 'myself' (shoulders of giants an' all that!) and gained an understanding of a process. Good to meet you all.
  3. Please help: I'm trying to figure out what is going on with a custom made PHP contact form on my company's multiple websites. Check it out here: www.TacticalSolar.com This custom form was made by a former employee and USUALLY works great. Validation, spam checking, database connection, etc. But I've discovered a bug. The form does not always actually send the data to us when it says it does! This problem almost always happens in Internet Explorer and Safari browsers. But sometimes that data shows up. This does not effect Firefox or Chrome. I've been looking everywhere, but no idea what is causing this. Thoughts? Ideas? I'm no PHP coder so even obvious places to look are welcome.
  4. Hi guys, I know the basics of HTML but I've come to you for some help, hopefully. Here's what I'm trying to achieve... I want to create a landing page for my company that contains a simple form entry. "Enter your town" ......... > (Hit Submit).....> Redirects to one of two URL's depending on what they've entered. i.e. IF contains "Exeter" redirect to *URL1* IF DOES NOT contain "Exeter" redirect to *URL2* Is anyone able to write me a full code, form and all?
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