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#1 Alicia

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Posted 03 November 2003 - 02:10 AM

Hi guys,

I got some questions wish to ask you guys.

- I have seen some website just show a part of their url(without showing file extension).
e.g: www.myweb.com/log
how can i do that by using php ? do they use basename function or something else ?

- I seen a lot of sample codes use \'->\' symbol. I just know this symbol is used in class.. but when i look in their code, i dun see they are using any class though
$q->query($DB, $sSQL);
$var = (!empty($rec->body_color)) ? \"\'$rec->body_color\'\" : \"$PHORUM[\'default_body_color\']\";
can u guys give me more idea about the use of ->

- is there anyway i can check the users computer resolution and adjust the dimension of my webpage accordingly..
for instance, i created all my files in 1024*768. When a user with a screen resolution 800*600 visit my site, is there any possibility that the php code will check the user\'s display setting and then adjust my file dimension that fits his display setting. I just dun want to create extra files with different dimension all the time...

- i refer to one of the reference and i dun really get what is this code actually mean. I hope you guys can give me a hint about this.
$current_page = ($_REQUEST[page_num]) ? $_REQUEST[page_num] : 1;
is it use like a if else statement where is page_num is nothing set it as 1 ??

please advise. Thanks

#2 sirmanson

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Posted 13 November 2003 - 07:28 PM

The way they are doing that is by creating a folder and putting an index.php in it.

Example :

would be showing www.webglimmer.com/community/index.php

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