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  1. Hi guys I would like to get whole content of html file after I submitted a password. The problem is that the my code doesn't access the value for the file. I tried to create a session but i doesn't work. What other option do I have to get the content of the html file? session_start(); $selected_file = $_POST['radio1']; // get the filename of the file $fileinfo = pathinfo($selected_file); $filename = $fileinfo['dirname'] . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . $fileinfo['filename']; $password = 'code'; $lines = file("$filename.html"); $_SESSION['selectedfile'] = $selected_file; $_SESSION['file'] = $filename; $_SESSION['Scipt'] = ("$filename.html"); $_SESSION['Scipttext'] = $lines; $_SESSION['file2'] = $fileinfo; if (isset($_POST['submitradio'])) { echo '<div class="imageselected">'; echo '<img src="'.$_SESSION['selectedfile'].'" /></br>'.PHP_EOL; echo '</div>'; // check to see if a html file named the same also exists if(file_exists($_SESSION['Scipt'])) { echo "<form action='test_result.php' method='post'>"; echo '<div class="Password">'; echo 'Type in password to view full Script'; echo "<label><div class=\"Input\"><input type='password' name='passIT' value='passit'/></div>"; echo "<input type='submit' name='submitPasswordIT' value='Submit Password'/></div>"; echo '</div>'; echo "$filename.html shares the same name as $selected_file"; for($x = 1;$x<=15;$x++) { header( "Content-Type: file/html" ); $lines = ($_SESSION['Scipttext']); $new = strip_tags($lines); echo $lines[rand(0, count($lines)-1)]."<br>"; } // end of forloop } // end of check // start Sorrytext else { echo '<div class="NoScript">'; echo "Nothing available at the moment."; echo '</div>'; } // end Sorrytext } // End of submitradio if($_POST['submitPasswordIT']){ if ($_POST['passIT']== $password ){ echo "You entered correct password"; readfile($_SESSION['Scipt']); } else{ echo "You entered wrong password"; } } echo '</form>'; I would be grateful for help.
  2. Hi guys. I have a Bootstrap modal that opens on click. Inside is a form with 4 fields. Now i want after the form is submited to show below the submit button a thank yo message, but instead of that the form closes and the page is beeing refreshed. I've manage to do some javascript to stop the form of beeing refreshed but now i want to know how can i make the thank you div to get showed below the submit button. <script> $(function () { var frm = $('#participa-modal'); frm.submit(function (ev) { $.ajax({ type: frm.attr('method'), url: frm.attr('action'), data: frm.serialize(), success: function (data) { $(".alert-success").html(data); location.reload(); } }); ev.preventDefault(); }); }); </script>
  3. Typically when you submit a form, it's in a format like this "collections?type='wheels'&make='acura'&year='2016'&model='mdx' ". Instead of that format, I would like to do something like this " collections/wheels/acura+2016+mdx ". How would I go on about doing that format with jquery submit form? This is my setup so far. <script> // Code goes here $(document).ready(function() { $('#search').on('submit', function() { var type = $('#type').val(); var make = $('#make').val(); var year = $('#year').val(); var model = $('#model').val(); var formAction = $('#search-form').attr('action'); $('#search-form').attr('action', formAction + type + make + year + model); }); </script> <form id="search-form" action="/collections/" method="get"> <select id="type" name="type"> // type list goes here </select> <select id="make" name="make"> // make list goes here </select> <select id="year" name="year"> // year list goes here </select> <select id="model" name="model"> // model list goes here </select> <input type="submit" id="search" value="Search"> </form>
  4. Hi there PHPFreaks, phreak3r here again. The thread I posted yesterday has been solved. If any staff come across this, please lock it to prevent further discussion; I would appreciate that, please and thank you! I am back with another problem! This forum is all contained in one page. I am doing a very basic login system for now (I will add in everything else in later) and it does not work. I go to submit the forum and the values are displayed in the url after the page refreshes. Here's the code for the login.php script involved: <?php 2 include('header.php'); 3 require('dbcon/dbcon.php'); 4 ?> 5 6 <?php 7 if (isset($_POST['submit'])) { 8 $username = mysqli_real_escape_string($conn, $_POST['username']); 9 $password = mysqli_real_escape_string($conn, $_POST['password']); 10 $sql = "SELECT * FROM profile0 WHERE username = '$username' "; 11 $query = mysqli_query($conn, $sql); 12 13 if (mysqli_num_rows($query) == 1) { 14 // init session 15 // redirect to new page 16 header('main.php'); 17 } 18 } 19 ?> 20 21 <!DOCTYPE html> 22 <html> 23 <head> 24 <title>soapbox - log in</title> 25 </head> 26 <body> 27 <form action="login.php" method"POST"> 28 <br><input type="text" name="username" placeholder="Username"><br> 29 <br><input type="password" name="password" placeholder="Password"><br> 30 <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit"> 31 </form> 32 </body> 33 </html> EDIT: No errors in the error log.
  5. I am trying to create a page for customers to enter their details. I am using a html form. When the submit button is pressed the form posts the inputs to the same page, which then checks if the inputs are empty. If they are not then each post variable is allocated a session variable so this info can be accessed late on in the system. If some of the inputs are empty then the value of the input forms become equal to the session variables that they were just allocated to so that the customer doesn’t have to retype their information. This is where the problem occurs. When I load the page each input box has a slash inside it and when the submit button is pressed a mother slash is added. My code is below: <?php session_start(); if(isset($_POST['NextPage'])){ if (!empty($_POST['CName'])){ $_SESSION["CName"] = $_POST['CName']; if (!empty($_POST['CStreet'])){ $_SESSION["CStreet"] = $_POST['CStreet']; if (!empty($_POST['CTown'])){ $_SESSION["CTown"] = $_POST['CTown']; if ($_POST['Counties'] != "-"){ $_SESSION["CCounty"] = $_POST['Counties']; if (!empty($_POST['CPostcode'])){ $_SESSION["CPostcode"] = $_POST['CPostcode']; if (!empty($_POST['CEmail'])){ $_SESSION["CEmail"] = $_POST['CEmail']; if (!empty($_POST['CNumb'])){ $_SESSION["CNumb"] = $_POST['CNumb']; $NotEmpty = true; }else{ $ErrorMsg = "Number is empty. </br>"; } }else{ $ErrorMsg = "Email is empty. </br>"; } }else{ $ErrorMsg = "Postcode is empty. </br>"; } }else{ $ErrorMsg = "County is empty. </br>"; } }else{ $ErrorMsg = "Town is empty. </br>"; } }else{ $ErrorMsg = "Street is empty. </br>"; } }else{ $ErrorMsg = "Name is empty. </br>"; } } $content = ' <h3 id="CTitle"> Customer Details </h3> <p><i>'.$ErrorMsg.'</i></p> <form action=" " method="POST" name="CDetails" id="CDetails"> Name: * <input type="text" name="CName" size="30" value='.$_SESSION["CName"].'/></br> First line of your address: * <input type="text" name="CStreet" size="40" value='.$_SESSION["CStreet”];.’/></br> Town: * <input type="text" name="CTown" size="25" value='.$_SESSION["CTown"].'/></br> Postcode: * <input type="text" name="CPostcode" size="11" value=‘.$_SESSION["CPostcode"].'/></br> Email address: * <input type="text" name="CEmail" size ="35" value='.$_SESSION["CEmail”];.’/></br> Phone Number: * <input type="text" name="CNumb" value='.$_SESSION["CNumb"].'/></br> <input type="submit" name="NextPage" value="Next" id="Next”/> </form> ?>
  6. i just downloaded this software interspire email marketer to send email campaigns but in the process of sending out email i get to a page where i select the email list i want the email campaign to go to out to. but after i make this selection and click the "Next"button nothig happens. i just click on the button but it doesnt lead to the next page at all. it just remains in the same page. this is very frustrating so i did some research and did a "View Page Source"on mozilla and i found this in the code for that button: <input class="FormButton SubmitButton" type="button" value="Next >>" /> <input class="FormButton CancelButton" type="button" value="Cancel" /> i'm a noob so i looked up the internet and saw that the code here should look more like this below for the button to function like it should: <input class="FormButton SubmitButton" type="submit" value="Next >>" /> <input class="FormButton CancelButton" type="button" value="Cancel" /> my issue however came when i tried to correct this on the webpage code. i downloaded a php editor but it could not locate the page for editing....the page is: http://naudeyfire.atwebpages.com/marketing/admin/index.php?Page=Send but the phpeditor does not locate this page...i do not see it when using ftp ...i only see http://naudeyfire.atwebpages.com/marketing/admin/index.php so my question is two-fold: 1) is it true that changing that code from "button"to "submit" will enable me to proceed to the next page that the button is supposed to link to? 2) how do i find this exact page in order to correct and update it on the server? thank you very much ...
  7. I need new pair of eyes to look at this and tell me what's wrong with it. All I am trying to do is have a simple form that submits data to database. It works without the "token". With the token code added, it won't let process. I even did var_dump and the session and the $_post code doesn't match. Here's the code. Btw, session_start() and the database connection are in the init.php file. <?php require_once 'init.php'; $token = mcrypt_create_iv(16, MCRYPT_DEV_URANDOM); $_SESSION['token'] = $token; if(isset($_POST['register'], $_POST['token'])) { if($_POST['token'] === $_SESSION['token']) { $email = trim($_POST['email']); $password = trim($_POST['password']); if(empty($email)) { $error = 'Email is required!'; } else if(empty($password)) { $error = 'Password is required!'; } else if(strlen($password) < 6) { $error = 'Password must be at least 6 characters long!'; } else { $findUser = $db->prepare("SELECT email FROM users WHERE email = :email"); $findUser->bindParam(':email', $email); $findUser->execute(); $resultFind = $findUser->fetchAll(PDO::FETCH_ASSOC); if(count($resultFind) > 0) { $error = 'The email already exists! Please try a different email!'; } else { //Hash the password as we do NOT want to store our passwords in plain text. $passwordHash = password_hash($passward, PASSWORD_BCRYPT, array("cost" => 12)); $insertUser = $db->prepare("INSERT INTO users(email, password) VALUES(:email, :password)"); $insertUser->bindParam(':email', $email); $insertUser->bindParam(':password', $passwordHash); $resultInsert = $insertUser->execute(); if($resultInsert == false) { $error = 'There was a problem creating your account. Please try again later!'; } else { $success = 'Your account has been created.'; unset($_SESSION['token']); } } } } else { $error = 'The tokens do not match!'; } } ?> <h1>Sign up</h1> <form action="" method="post"> <fieldset> <input type="email" name="email" value="<?php echo $email; ?>" placeholder="Email" /> </fieldset> <fieldset> <input type="password" name="password" placeholder="Password" /> </fieldset> <fieldset> <input type="hidden" name="token" value="<?php echo $token; ?>" /> <input type="submit" name="register" value="Sign up" /> </fieldset> </form>
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