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16  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: What teh heck is this file I have? on: June 20, 2006, 08:30:29 AM
It's an include file for some bulletin board system.

oh okay, I have NO idea how it got there.
17  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: css padding problem on: June 20, 2006, 08:14:40 AM
Please bear in mind that it wasn’t me (Jack) who posted this it was someone from work used my account.

oh. well he should sign up.
18  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: my account on: June 20, 2006, 08:07:53 AM
I do not remember how many times that I tried the "contact page" to ask them... I got no answer.  Angry

Were you logged in?
19  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: I must be retarded because I keep screweing up str_replace() on: June 20, 2006, 06:30:26 AM
What exactly are you trying to accomplish? (You never really said as far as I can see)

OOh A long time ago I was tryng to make an Al Bhed translater (teh FFX Language) and I was tryign to replace the letters.

Now I'm doing something slightly different where I'm trying to replace letters with random numbers.

There is a custom number generator that generates a number for each letter in an array. There are also a number of seeds that determine what numbers it will create. The numbers replace the lettersand the new message contains the number message along with a seed ID so that the message can be interpreted again and return the originel coded message. The seeds are infinite because they're based on basic text. so

if you create the message "Hello world" with the seed "abc" it can be interpreted with the abc seed, but the seeds are not predefined you just type in a name for your seed and it is used.

I thoguht it was just somethign cool to experiement with.
20  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: css padding problem on: June 20, 2006, 06:21:02 AM
that's  one of the biggest CSS files I've ever seen in my life, did you really need ALLL of that for that one page?Huh

I have teh same problem with an image and I've yet to figure out how to get rid of it. IE  . . . ooh it's to frustrating to talk about. Just when I've got it working in everything on the planet it looks jacked up in IE. Why could the most widely used browser in the world at least be a good one?
21  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: I must be retarded because I keep screweing up str_replace() on: June 19, 2006, 04:44:13 PM
I'll go through this as PHP would

1) replace all a with b
result: bbc bcb

2) replace all b with c
result: ccc ccc

3) replace all c with a
result: aaa aaa


So how can I accomplish what I'm trying to accomplish?
22  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: IP Denial on: June 19, 2006, 07:36:24 AM
if you just wanted to ban from a certain page or script you could also use PHP to get the IP adress.

$domain = GetHostByName($REMOTE_ADDR);

that will giv eyou teh IP Adress. You can compare it to a constant or banned users in a database or whatever.
23  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: Tables troubles...again (will I EVER get this stuff!!) on: June 17, 2006, 02:06:23 PM
if you must use tables use percentages for width and NOT absolute values. Easier to do the math anyway and it's more scaleable.
24  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: Perl on: June 15, 2006, 01:30:10 AM
If I remember correctly Perl has been disabled globally.

Yup, Pearl is, at this time, no longer available-according to the staff.
25  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: Backup my database but how on: June 15, 2006, 01:29:17 AM
And once you export you can easily put your data back by going to your DB and selecting SQL and then just pasting the sql you exported.
26  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / I must be retarded because I keep screweing up str_replace() on: June 15, 2006, 01:22:55 AM
How come this script:
$string = "abc bca";
$letters = array('a','b','c');
$numbers = array('b','c','a');

$str = str_replace($letters,$numbers,$string);


Returns the string "aaa aaa" ? ? ?
27  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / What teh heck is this file I have? on: June 15, 2006, 01:14:08 AM
Yeah I found this file on my site, on my site and on my computer, but I have NO idea where it came from. It seems harmless but I can't tell if I'm using it or not. I'm trying to delete my unused files and make my site easier to manage but I can't tell if any files are reffering to this file or not, or hell maybe it's a useful file I wanna keep.
Any idea where it came from?

NOTE: The file is SO large that I have to post half of it here and the other half in a reply.

EDIT: The file was SO large (40,048 characters) That I just decided to link to its source:
28  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: CSS on: June 11, 2006, 06:58:58 PM
Quote from: sixthcrusifix
Actually, the director of the W3C is the person who CREATED the World Wide Web and HTML Markup so, in all technical-ness it IS actually the bible. However I find that I rarely agree with the bible anyway.
On the frequency of technicality, HTML is based off of SGML. SGML was invented by Charles Goldfarb in 1974. The internet is simply a wide area network. Tim Berners-Lee (w3c's director) did not invent SGML or the first computer network.
So technically the analogy would not place Tim as God, thus w3c's guide would not be the Bible.
...but the point was symbolic, not literal. The point was that w3c' literature is not perfect and just because they claim something doesn't mean it has to be the wisest option.

OH well still, he did create the WWW which is like the world and HTML is like the massiah So he's still God but Charles Goldfarb is Jesus and W3c is the old testiment.

in your previous post you acted like I disagreed with you. I DON'T; however, I just did not think you gave convincing examples of why tables are bad.
29  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: JSP? on: June 10, 2006, 11:36:28 PM
Umm, no... that would be a _big_ security issue, and/or it would kill the server resources.  I could write a simple class to kill the server resources right now:

public class MainTrouble implements Runnable {
public MainTrouble() {
public void run() {
while(true) {
// do not yield or sleep
public static void Main(String[] args) {
while (true) {
Thread t = new Thread(new MainTrouble());

// this class will cause many loop threads to be started that do nothing and consume processor time.  not good.

If you're looking for battle hosting, try looking for a shell server and/or a virtual server.  Too much trouble for webhosts.

What I'm asking for is just another server-side engine to parse Java Server Pages.  It's like working with ASP or PHP.

Hmm nah that's not really what I'm talkign about. I think what I was thinking of is just a simple javascript battle system.

Basically I have a PHP RPG thing I made but battling page by page is ubber lame so I wanted something that at least didn't involve refreshing. There _was_ a javascript battling system made for soem weird forum but I'm bad a javasctip and didn't know how to edit iit.
30  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: AOL Demands the IP Adress?! on: June 10, 2006, 11:34:05 PM
Hmm maybe they simply mean this:

just using a very simple script to get external ip
file_get_contents ('');
"The Freepgs Server IP seems to be: ".$file;

ok I try that Smiley
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