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  1. Hi We had an online aptitude test written for us back in 2004/2005. A user registers on our site then can take a test that evaluates what type of learner they are. After they complete the test, we can send them a .pdf report. The front end of our site is a wordpress site, the testing center is written in php. Once a user registers, they get a link on our site that sends them out of wordpress to the PHP testing pages. Question: if we have 4-5 users sign up at once ( which isn't a problem in wordpress ), is there a way to allow for those users to take the aptitude test all at once. As of now, the "testing center" part of our site is only allowing 1 user at a time. Is this how PHP works? Is it the hosting server? We are hosted by Network Solutions. The test is around 120 questions long and 3 pages. Thanks in advance.
  2. Hi I am new to PHP I am creating a web application which shows status of some sensors and controls some switches based on it. I do not have real sensors with me. How can I make another application which will simulate the sensors also receives the control commands from my applications and displays the command(in the test application) Can I make the test application also in PHP? Can I run my app and test app in two different browsers in same computer and test it? How can I manage the connection between them? Regards Ashok
  3. Hi guys, I am the founder of CareerAnna, which can be found at http://www.careeranna.com. We are a startup that came into existence in May 2013. We have grown a lot and have now come to the level when our amateur designing & development skills are proving too little for the website. We need a PHP coder, preferably from India (being from India ourselves) but people from other countries are just as welcome. We would like our website to be a place where people can come to give quizzes that we provide. We would also be providing mocks, tests, etc. and hence, we need a solid test engine that looks good and professional and is easy to build quizzes on. We like the way Testfunda.com 's quizzes work. If possible, kindly take a look at the same. If you can build something like that, we would like to work with you. Feel free to contact in case of any questions. Thanks, Roshan Jha, Founder, CareerAnna.com
  4. Hey guys! I'm new with this topic. Which is the better CUnit Test library for PHP? (like PHPUnit) And, what are the better skills of this libraryes to be most important?
  5. Hello, there. I've been messing around with this stuff recently and ran across this error when trying to output a message when not all login fields are filled in, as well as an error when trying to output a successful login message.. These parts of the code are: Check all fields filled: //get the form data $myusername = ($_POST['username']); $mypassword = ($_POST['password']); //check if all fields are filled in if ( (!$myusername) || (!mypassword) ) ) { echo "Please fill in all fields"; exit; } Check if user exists & log in: //check if user exists if ($account ==1) { $_SESSION["username"] = $myusername; $_SESSION["password"] = $mypassword; $_SESSION["userrecord"] = mysql_fetch_assoc($result); echo "You have been logged in successfully. Please click <a href=account.php>here</a> to continue."; } As you can probably tell from the title, the echo does not output onto the webpage. Any help is very much appreciated. Thanks.
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