use your email address or get a windows live email address create a password 6 character minimum; case sensitive retype password first name last name country region state zip code gender male female birth year enter the characters you see n em po

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could someone tell me why my code does'nt creat a directory. I have a folder named "profiles" in my main directory with permissions set to 777. Look for the "makdir" about midway in my code(that's the code that should create a folder, I think) <?php include 'db_connect.php'; $artname = $_POST['artname']; $password = $_POST['password']; $confirmpassword = $_POST['confirmpassword']; $email = $_POST['email']; $country = $_POST['country']; $province = $_POST['province']; $city = $_POST['city']; $postalcode = ...
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I've got a major problem with my phpBB forum, which totally screws up my whole site. I'm urgently looking for phpBB experts, or at least guys who think they know something about it. I've asked support in the offical phpBB forums, but after 2 days of discussing, nobody seems to know how to get my problem solved. here is the link to my problem: http://www.phpbb.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=315272. Anybody familiar with this bug or anybody who knows a phpBB freak/expert, please help me out. ATNO/TW contact him, ...
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I have the following code (its a simplified version) : $username = $_POST['username']; $password = $_POST['password']; $retype_password = $_POST['retype_password']; $email = $_POST['email']; $retype_email = $_POST['retype_email']; $first_name = $_POST['first_name']; $surname = $_POST['surname']; $gender = $_POST['gender']; $birth = $_POST['birth']; $company = $_POST['company']; $address1 = $_POST['address1']; $address2 = $_POST['address2']; $postal = $_POST['postal']; $country = $_POST['country']; ...
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ok, i have a form the ends email and submits info to a database... but i want the info to be sent to my email 1st and then i want the same info to be sent to my database on a time delay 24 hours... how can i do thiswith php... <?php /* grabs the POST variables and puts them into variables that we can use */ $stageName=$_POST['stageName']; $firstName=$_POST['firstName']; $lastName=$_POST['lastName']; $email=$_POST['email']; $password=$_POST['password']; $city=$_POST['city']; $state=$_POST['state']; ...
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I have recently started constructing a basic html form. The info is just sent straight to my email, which is exactly what I want. But when it is sent, its just one line of text. Is there anyway that you can tidy up the output information to your email? Is there anyway I can receive it in a table or form type layout? Here is the output I get: ...
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I found a piece of javascript attached below to do form validation. It is nice but when there are radio/checkboxes, the error message splits the radio button and its corresponding literal. For example: o Male o Female ( 2 radio boxes) o Male o Please enter Gender Female ( where the red text is the error message). I am clueless on how to loop through controls in javascript. Attached is the code and any suggestions will be much appreciated. Thanks ------------------------------------ /* ShadowValidation.js ...
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1). I have a form which has multiple checkboxes utilizing the implode function. These checkboxes are not required but, if none are filled in on the submission of the form, I get a bad arguments warning, even though the form still submits. Anyone know of a way to solve it? 2). Regarding the same form, I have a regular expression ensuring the visitor enters a number BUT, I'm having difficulties in understanding how PHP handles the logical operator GREATER THAN on a field. If the user enters a number greater ...
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it wont send the activateurl in the email...what is wrong with it? please help me <? include 'db.php'; // Define post fields into simple variables $first_name = $_POST['first_name']; $last_name = $_POST['last_name']; $email_address = $_POST['email_address']; $username = $_POST['username']; /* Let's strip some slashes in case the user entered any escaped characters. */ $first_name = stripslashes($first_name); $last_name = stripslashes($last_name); $email_address = stripslashes($email_address); $username = ...
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Hey all, Before I state my problem, I would like to tell you want i'm doing. First of all i built a form for the users to enter their name, email, etc with security and form validation. Everything is working good because i receive the date to my email. However when a user just his or her name the system doesn't return the appropriate error. Example 'You forgot to enter your email.' To be more specific, the form doesn't validates. Here is the code: <?php $page_title = 'Register'; include ...
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Hi, I'm trying to learn some basic php to add information from a form into a mysql database. I'm using a tutorial I found on the web and everything seemed nice and straight forward until I tried it out with my own data. Unfortunately, because I'm just starting to learn php, I can only just accept what is written in the tutorial is sound php. Could anyone tell me why im getting an error which says "Parse error: parse error in /home/1237/site/www.website.com/public_html/inserttutor.php on line 10 Here's the ...
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