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46  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: HTACCESS on: May 22, 2006, 11:18:49 PM
Unfortionately io was already using the second method Neosquared, thank you though.
did you put a period in front like this:

<img src='./blah/blah.png'>

? I think you put a period for each folder farther away form the root.
47  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: DEMONIC SQL problems! on: May 22, 2006, 11:16:29 PM
You could have just tried using slanted quotes ` around the column name.

I really think that I did and it still didn't work, I tried it like 6 different ways I can't imagine I forgot that one...
48  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: browscap.ini? Please and thankyou? on: May 22, 2006, 11:15:24 PM
No I know (I'm not quite that retarded...) I'm saying that  gifs are BAD THINGS that look CRAPPY when they have transparency. SO the good Firefox users get PNGs that look pretty and the stupid IE users get to have ugly, choppy GIFs.

No, no, what he's saying is that people using firefox 1.5 on your site (I assume you mean crystalchasm) are getting gifs, not pngs. I know this to be true also as I visited and got gifs. Maybe I'm just looking in the wrong area though  Undecided

Oh yeah everyone's getting gifs at the moment because my site is "down" except whenever my site is under maintenence I keep it technically up just in case I need to test things. I'm currently redesigning ALL of my images from scratch. loll, so yes everyone is getting gifs at the moment but it's only temporary.
49  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: browscap.ini? Please and thankyou? on: May 22, 2006, 04:30:37 AM
Well this is really still something that CAN be done just using HTTP_USER_AGENT. I do the exact same thing except I just did it to give IE users GIFS and FireFox users PNGs. I don't care about IE users not seeing a pretty site because I'm trying to help firefox get ahead of IE and the only way to make people wanna use firefox (teh betetr browser) is not to keep adding full support for both, but to stop addign extra support for IE. It might be a little detramental to your site at first but the end result is worth it.

Anyway I'm 99% sure that we don't need the .ini. Just like the md5 encryption you can probably find the actual scrit somewhere and just stick it on a .php file in your site. But I dunno much about it.

Firefox 1.5 seems to get GIFs Tongue

No I know (I'm not quite that retarded...) I'm saying that  gifs are BAD THINGS that look CRAPPY when they have transparency. SO the good Firefox users get PNGs that look pretty and the stupid IE users get to have ugly, choppy GIFs.

Why do you care so much that it doesn't get installed sixthcrusifix? If it's installed and you don't want to use it just don't, but don't deny somebody else the ability to use something just because you see no point to it...

Hey I never said we shouldn't have it I'm just saying he shouldn't put his site development on hold just because we don't. Hell I'd use it in a heart beat it sounds like a great idea. I was just trying to present alternatives until it was installed if it ever does get installed.
50  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: browscap.ini? Please and thankyou? on: May 21, 2006, 04:16:22 PM
Well this is really still something that CAN be done just using HTTP_USER_AGENT. I do the exact same thing except I just did it to give IE users GIFS and FireFox users PNGs. I don't care about IE users not seeing a pretty site because I'm trying to help firefox get ahead of IE and the only way to make people wanna use firefox (teh betetr browser) is not to keep adding full support for both, but to stop addign extra support for IE. It might be a little detramental to your site at first but the end result is worth it.

Anyway I'm 99% sure that we don't need the .ini. Just like the md5 encryption you can probably find the actual scrit somewhere and just stick it on a .php file in your site. But I dunno much about it.
51  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: DEMONIC SQL problems! on: May 21, 2006, 04:10:08 PM
Yes it ended up just being that Character is a reserved name :C I chanegd it to "charname" and it works fine. Thanks Cheesy
52  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / DEMONIC SQL problems! on: May 18, 2006, 09:13:36 AM
Okay can anyone help me, When ever I do this:

Code:
$SQL = "select * from USER_characters where username = \"$username\" and character = \"$chara\"";

I get this horrible "not a valid MySQL Resource" Error.



But if I leave off : and character = \"$chara\"

and just use this:
Code:
$SQL = "select * from USER_characters where username = \"$username\" ";

Everything works just fine. Now this works now because I only have a single row of Data for testing, but I NEED to select my data by BOTH of those. Why the hell is it giving me the error just for trying to add a requisite? I KNOW that the value of the second one perfectly matches the value in the DB, the Character name is correct, I've checked it many times.
53  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: browscap.ini? Please and thankyou? on: May 18, 2006, 09:09:09 AM
True, I suppose I could - but it starts to get a lot more complicated once you start checking for specific versions of specific browsers on specific operating systems..  And get_browser() makes all of that easy to the point of it being cheating.  Tongue  It would really simplify my code, and make my life that much easier.

well that sounds cool, but why do you need all that information?
54  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: browscap.ini? Please and thankyou? on: May 18, 2006, 01:08:10 AM
Is there any chance we could get browscap.ini installed so that we can use get_browser()?
This really would make my life easier, and I'm sure there are others that would feel the same way.

can't you just use $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']? And then look for the info? There are only 2 or 3 browsers that are worth carign about so you wont have much to look for (Okay, maybe MAYBE 6 browsers but honestly, Anyone who isn't using firefox by  choice, doesn't deserve to look at my site, I spit on them. I have only included IE support for those who are not enlightened yet)
55  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: Fatal Error 2006 - bY: owz on: May 18, 2006, 01:03:13 AM
ANYTHING that was named index was changed to that message. Doesn't matter what extensioin you had, if you had an image called "index.gif" it is probably corrupt and you could open it in notepad and get the error message. I have WBBlite forums and I had to change a crap load of template files and all kinds of stuff.
56  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: CSS on: May 18, 2006, 12:56:32 AM
...as long as your website displays properly in the 3 major Browsers (Firefox, IE and Netscape[and maybe safari too])...
*ahem*  I'm afraid I just can't let that slip past.
First, allow me to point you in the direction of some statistics.
Now, for my favorite part, the smug-apple-fanboy-bliss.  Cheesy
As you may notice, internationally, Safari ha 2.02%, and Netscape has a (pitiful) 0.15%.  Ouch.
Also worthy of note is that the Netherlands is the only place where Netscape hasn't lost ground since january.  Double ouch.

As you may also notice, internationally, as well as in all the places they list, the top three browsers ar IE, Firefox, and Safari, in that order, with Netscape coming in at #5 every single time.

I dare say that that puts Netscape clearly out of the big 5, and Safari in.  Smiley

Just my two cents.

Well really the only reason I included eitehr was because I liked the number 3. The only 2 important browsers to even give a rip about are IE and Firefox.
57  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: CSS on: May 13, 2006, 07:27:11 AM
I like Notepad 2 better

I LOVE what notepad 2 does to my parenthesis and brackets!! Thanks for the link!
58  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: Time to moan again... on: May 12, 2006, 10:17:09 PM
I always warn my friends/cosiers that I have reccomended freepgs to this: "Freepgs is GREAT and it's VERY CHEAP. However the reason it is so cheap is because they don't garuntee uptime, they're up at least 97% of the time, but they don't garuntee it".

SO maybe always cover your ass so you never look like a fool.

I don't use plesk, but in the period of about 1 year I have only experienced about 22 hours of downtime TOTAL (that's excluding the fire we had, it's not fair to blame freepgs.com for a freaking fire)
59  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: FTP Access on: May 11, 2006, 07:58:15 PM
Actually, not really. Everybody is using the same mysql server, so if you get that error it means that somebody else has already used that db name. (In other words, pick a different one). Indeed, username_ is the best way to go.

That error was hopefully a one time thing too...I remember it.

Well what happened is that I had a DB called "DATA" for like 2 years. And all the sudden when I went to look at my files, every once in a while I'd try to refresh and I'd see somone elses files, and I was actualy able to go into his forum's posts and edit them through PHP MyAdmin. I told freepgs and the guy about it but I decided just to use my username and that fixed it.
60  FreePgs Related / Support Requests / Re: FTP Access on: May 11, 2006, 07:04:39 AM
Actually...shouldn't database names be unique for each user?  Don't really know a lot about it, but I'd think that'd be the case...

they're SUPPOSED to be but I remember one time me and some dude hd databases with teh same name and tehy got crossed together and I was viewing all his data. The best policy is to start all names with "username_". Smiley
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