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Okay, I figured out my old problem. Chmod permissions. What I don't get, why an image upload script works on one part of my site and not another. I've literally chmoded every single part of my site to 777 and I'm getting this:

Warning: copy(/fpgs/fpgshttpd/sixthcrusifix/home/images/artwork/digital/1170121693cool.jpg) [function.copy]: failed to open stream: Permission denied in /fpgs/fpgshttpd/sixthcrusifix/editor/process.php on line 161
Support Requests / Re: Free Accounts Going Away . . .
November 12, 2006, 01:56:40 PM
Quote from: gordon on November 09, 2006, 08:07:36 PM
Where deleting "Free" accounts due to most abuse is occurring from the free accounts.
A spammer is not going to pay for a account, hes going to get a free account, so if he has to pay, he will find another free host.

Right now, we do not plan to charge monthly/yearly.
However, it has been discussed in the past, at this time, we do not believe its in the best intrest of our users to implament a charge.

I personally feel it would help us "Money" wise, but I also understand, being poor my self, most users can't afford any type of bill..


Well. I think the worst case scenario should be Yearly billing (And probbably around $10, about as much as a domain name).'s cheapest plan ($3 a month) is way better than our best plan. So charging monthly would just be silly, you'd have to charge like $.50 or something. I wouldn't mind having to pay up to $15 a year but I think the beauty of is its affordability.
QuoteWarning: mysql_real_escape_string() [function.mysql-real-escape-string]: Access denied for user 'sixthcrusifix'@'localhost' (using password: NO) in /fpgs/fpgshttpd/sixthcrusifix/MAIN/Literature/comment.php on line 11

What's that about? How come we can't use that function???
Support Requests / Free Accounts Going Away . . .
November 09, 2006, 05:44:55 PM
I'm not posting this because I have a free account and I'm worried, in fact I have the highest available plan(Extreme I think). But what I'm worried about is why the free accounts are going and what it might progress too. I'm just concerned that it'll start with the free accounts and then eventually we'll be having to pay monthly or yearly or might have to shut down or something.

I'm just wondering how we're doing, we're good right?
Support Requests / Re: Error after posting
November 04, 2006, 09:00:30 AM
Quote from: megawatt on November 04, 2006, 04:09:10 AM
I get this error message immediately after posting in my phpBB forum just before being re-directed.

QuoteWarning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 750

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /var/www/vhosts/ in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 634

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /var/www/vhosts/ in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 636

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /var/www/vhosts/ in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 637

Any help here will be much appreciated. Thanks.

Hmmm It seems that somewhere there is probably a


And the headers have already been sent by another one or by some HTML. I have no idea why though.
Support Requests / DNS Question
November 04, 2006, 01:32:28 AM
I just changed my domain name and decided to get it from LVCS.NET instead of hostway (Because hostway's site is screwed up and I figure if those peolple can't take care of their own dang site what makes me think they can take care of mine?!) and I know nothing of how to us eth eDNS thingy because last tiem I just did teh name servers thing and I can't find teh name servers thing on teh LVCS site.

Basically I just wanna know if I did it right. I took a screenshot of what I typed in, all I did was put in the IP address it says to on the add domains page here:

EDIT: I think I put in the right stuff because when I go to I get a page that says: "You are receiving this error because the domain you have attempted to view
has not been associated to a users FreePgs account."

So now I just have to wait for the admin to add it right?

I know I should know how to do this but it's been like a million years since I've updated my site or came to the forum and I'm a bit rusty.
Support Requests / Re: php email problems
July 14, 2006, 07:22:24 AM
Quote from: admin on July 10, 2006, 10:04:02 PM
If users signup with an or address, they will not receive anything, as AOL has blocked this server due to the massive amount of spam this server sends.  (Other ISPs are most likely blocking this server as well)

Thank you, Admin

OH NO! Is there any way we can recitify this situation? Unsolicited messages are against TOS aren't they?
Support Requests / Re: Blind newbie question
June 22, 2006, 03:53:40 AM
you can stick this somewhere to see yoru specs:

      <table style="color:#CCCCCC; background:#000000">

     <td><u>Your Specs</u></td>
     <td>PHP Version</td>

     <td bgcolor="<?php if (version_compare($phpversion'4.1.0') == -1) echo "red"; else echo "green"?>">
     <?php echo phpversion(); ?></td>

     <td bgcolor="<?php if(get_cfg_var("magic_quotes_sybase")) echo "red"; else echo "green"?>">
     <?php if(get_cfg_var("magic_quotes_sybase")) echo "activated";
     else echo 

     <td bgcolor="<?php if(!get_cfg_var("upload_max_filesize")) echo "red"; else echo "green"?>">
     <?php echo get_cfg_var("upload_max_filesize"); ?></td>
Quote from: brainiac744 on June 21, 2006, 06:19:33 PM
You COULD do that, or you could go ahead and leave it as one string, and then split it up in php (adding in seperators). You're right about it possibly incorrectly parsing though...

What I was suggesting would be to split the string up first by using something like


Then you can match the values in the array without having to worry about things getting crossed.

oh I have been using str_split but not in that way, hmmm. .

I have some useless code and I have some valid stuff and I think i need to clean it up first.

I changed my working version so that the seperators are .'s on the left and numbers on the right. So that 32, 34.55, 67, 89.1 would look possibly like this: .324.34.554.674.89.14
and it pases correctly, giving incorrect decoding only when particular seeds are used (Specifically hello and qwerty, loll).

But that's just a hokey guise. I could even make the number seperator generated through the seed to, but I much like your idea better, I want it to be extremly difficult to even be able to see the seperations in letters.

I was also thinking of not using str_replace and instead simply splitting the original message into an array, and then somehow combinign it into a number array and creating a band new array with each wordjavascript:void(0);
Insert Quote coded and then imploding it into the new coded message, I just haven't figured out how I'd get it back. (I just re-read what you wrote and realised that this is what you suggested LOLL I'll look into it)

Thanks :D

I decided to try to completely rewrite the whole thing from scratch and I messed up somewhere. The values change drastically depending on teh seed but . . . all of the letters have the exact same value . . .? ? ? I've actually included my code this time just don't laugh at the simplicity of it, I intend on cleaning it up and making a crypt class.

//the variabel message is really the seed

function seed($MSG,$message,$what){
$MSG strtolower($MSG);
//$message = strtolower($message);
$new md5($message);
$new.= strrev($new);
$new str_split($new);
$var1 strlen($message);
$var2 $var1-($var1*.90);
$var2 floor($var2);
$S = array(".",":");
$vowels = array("a","e","i","o","u","A","E","I","O","U");
$stringarray str_split($MSG);
$str_size count($stringarray);
$startnums = array();
$I 0;$II 0;
$seed_size count($new);

$chartonum = array
$multiplier 0;
$ii 0;


$value = (round(($new[$II]*(.1*$multiplier)),1)); 
$value $chartonum[$new[$II]];
$search $stringarray;
$replace $startnums;
$subject $stringarray;
$new_msg str_replace($search,$replace,$subject);
$new_msg str_replace($replace,$search,$subject); 
$new_msg implode('',$new_msg);

Quote from: brainiac744 on June 21, 2006, 01:52:28 PM
Quote from: sixthcrusifix on June 21, 2006, 05:04:12 AM

oh I never thought of making them two digit numbers, that could totaly end the need for the seperators. my only problem would be this:

let's say the string turns into 12331121 (12, 33, 11, 21)
What keeps the script from turning that into 1, 23, 31 etc.

1 isn't a two digit number, so that's not really a problem, or am I missing something?

Well if PHP reads it like you said, PHP might look for 23 before it looks for 12. So 1 will just sit there unparsed and 12 and 33 with become 23 and then a chain reaction of single unparsed numbers and incorrect numbers. . . right?

What if there is only one seperator on the left side and spaces and punctuation are also included?

a string might look like this:
which might read:
hello world

Quote from: brainiac744 on June 21, 2006, 04:54:32 AM
I think that what I'd do is make sure that each letter is a two-digit number, and then lose the letter seperators. That makes it a bit more cryptic and I think that should also take care of the multiples problem (especially if you get the script to magically break it up into two-digit items in an array)

oh I never thought of making them two digit numbers, that could totaly end the need for the seperators. my only problem would be this:

let's say the string turns into 12331121 (12, 33, 11, 21)
What keeps the script from turning that into 1, 23, 31 etc.
Quote from: brainiac744 on June 20, 2006, 11:56:19 PM
Looks good. I'd like to suggest something though :)

In the next version you should also encode punctuation (periods, commas, etc.) and have case sensitivity. Looks like you have a good start though :)
Yeah I wanna include those things. But first I have to fix my little problem.

The numbers are generated by a 10% of teh string length rounded up plus or minus the number of the letter in the array.

The problem is that because I did it this way the letters have a pretty predictable pattern. If they were arranged in ABC fashion, A might be 3.3 and B might be 3.44445 but 12.33 is usually L and teh last letter is always exactly 26 . . . it's weird.
Support Requests / Re: css padding problem
June 20, 2006, 09:52:08 PM
Quote from: Evilsprouts on June 20, 2006, 12:19:03 PM
And what is the point of him signing up for 1 question?

Normally I keep my opinions to my self but.... if you want to help then please help otherwise don't bother posting because I really don't want to read a load of pointless posts from you.


Hey don't be rude. If you have friends who have questions there are a lot of other forums they can go to, you shouldn't let people use your account, how can anyone elaborate with your friend if it's not even his account? I can't help you, I am not one of those people who will actually read through a million lines of crap whenever somone has a problem. If you're asking for help you should at least isolate the problem and not make people read through your entire file.

Actually maybe I can help.

It seems that if the person would have defined the height and width of the image in the classes/ids that contain them there would be no strange space, because I tried that on my site and it worked, something to try anyway. I can't really tell because he doesn't provide what the "clearfix" class is so I have no idea what it does. And I can't figure out if his stuff is in HTML comment tags because it's supposed to be or if he just did that when he was testing it. By teh look o fteh image it just seemslike IE is padding because a height value needs to be specified. I'm pretty sure that if whatever is containing everything had a defined height based on the image the weird blue space would go away.

Quote from: brainiac744 on June 20, 2006, 07:35:54 PM
You can use different numbers like 2, 7 and 27. I don't think there would be a problem with decimals either. Just keep in mind that if you have a 2 and a 7 back to back the script won't know whether to translate it back into the letters for 2 and 7 or the letter for 27 :)

It ended up screwing up, exactly how you said it would. The solution was to sorround the numbers with seperators.

This is what I have done so far:
Quote from: brainiac744 on June 20, 2006, 05:10:36 PM
If you're replacing letters with numbers (as long as a number isn't used more than once, wouldn't work otherwise), then str_replace should work correctly with an array, in fact I've used str_replace to translate a phrase into numbers before so I know it works. :)

But will it work for numbers like 1.2 or numbers like 27? I mean can I use 2, 7 and 27?