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  1. I cannot seem to figure this bit out. I'm trying to load data from an xml file depending on what the value of a url parameter is. I have an attribute set in my xml, but cannot seem to figure out how to go about this. I've looked at several examples of getting the attribute so I'm not sure where I am wrong since I haven't come across an example using url parameters to determine what data should be fetched. Here is what I have so far. An example of my xml file. There will be more records of piercing in this file. <piercings> <piercing id="default"> <title>Piercing Not
  2. Say I have directory setup like this. core/ includes/ snippets/ template.php js/ index.php Say in the index.php file, I have a file path like this " include 'snippets/template.php'; ". It works. Or say If I am in template.php and I have a file path like this " include '../index.php'; ". It works as well. I am wondering if there is a more global method to this so I don't have to worry about when to use "../" or not. It becomes hectic if there are a lot of includes and/or links.
  3. Here is a example link: https://site.com/this_here/page.php?note=W+srchttp:>e+have+some+text+here. That shows up fine like it is supposed to, but when I want a image to show up with in it - in html - it makes the whole page wonky. Example Problem: https://site.com/this_here/page.php?note=We+have+some+text+here.+<img src=imagelink.png> I have it on any page that is now set to show an image link that. I used to not have problems with this and now I do. The 'note' text comes from a $_GET and is not decoded or anything - which you shouldn't do I know. I tested by takin
  4. I have followed a youtube playlist to build a simple MVC framework based on PHP, here is a link to the playlist I have followed. and here is an image of my application structure image I have connected the application to a MySql database, everything is working fine, but now I am trying to do friendly URLs. Currently, my URLs look like the following: mywebsite.com/public/home/property This is fine as this link is for a static page, but I want the same for dynamic URLs, for example: Current URL: mywebsite.com/public/home/property?id=10 to URL: mywebsite.com/public/home/property/id/10 I
  5. 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();
  6. Say below is my normal html href link. How would you turn this into a pretty URL using .htaccess? Also if I understand it correctly, this link will also have to be changed to match the pretty url. What would the new link look like? <a href="shop.php?type=45&name=belts">Belts</a>
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