I think this is the second time you count the pages and replies here Sadun :D, and I also think that you're mistaken again. It's the page number 1501, isn't it? ;)

wenbnet commented: :twisted: +0

:yawn: Oh! How could I forget to type it!

Paaat commented: Heh, I think you'd better take a nap. :) Thank you anyway. +3

Hey. It's been a long time. :)
I agree with creating a new thread, but what will it be about?

wenbnet commented: Suggest any good topic.... +0

Simply use str_replace as the following:
$X = $_GET['X'];
$pageTitle = str_replace('\','',$X);

karthik_ppts commented: yes +6

In fact, it has nothing to do with cookies.
All you have to do is remove your username and password associated, by the browser, with Facebook.
If you're using Firefox, you can go to [U]T[/U]ools menu -> [U]O[/U]ptions -> Security (tab) -> Saved [U]P[/U]asswords (which is under "Passwords"), then search for Facebook [dot] com. After that, select all the usernames, then remove them.
If you're using IE, as far as I know, you will have to remove all the saved passwords. Since you seem not to care about them, you can do the following:
Open the [U]T[/U]ools menu -> Internet [U]O[/U]ptions -> Content (tab) -> Under "AutoComplete" click on "Sett[U]i[/U]ngs", then clear all the selections, and keep the option "User names and passwords on forms" selected. After that, click on "[U]D[/U]elete AutoComplete history..."
Mostly it will do what you're seeking, and no usernames or passwords will appear after that.
Hope it helps.

Hani1991 commented: Thank you Pro2000, you always help me! THANKS! +3

Since you already know what these logical operators mean, you should only refer to:
which talks about the precedence of PHP operators in general.

Hani1991 commented: Thanks. +3

You can write the following:
[CODE]$scc = mysql_query("select count(XXXX) from tableA",$connection);
$sccA = mysql_fetch_array($scc, MYSQL_NUM);
echo $sccA[0];[/CODE]
(Replacing XXXX with a column name).
This should make things work very well.

Hani1991 commented: It's a direct and concise solution +3


Paaat commented: Great job Pro +0
wenbnet commented: Congrats +0
jingda commented: Congrats +0

Hello everyone..
It's come to my mind that, as a form of facilitation, it's better to put a question mark beside most of the parts of DW pages.
For example, in the members' CP there should be a question mark to click on so it takes us to/ shows us some explanation about the thing it's put beside (e.g. the section of "Last Reputation Received").
What do you think?
Thank you.

[QUOTE=MeOnly;1620333]:-O I've noticed another thing about the members in this community- Why do most of the members vote positively for the posts that make fun of others even if the thread has nothing to do with sarcasm?? :-/[/QUOTE]
I think you said "about the members".. So how do you say later: "Why do most of the members..."??
I'm just kidding.
I think people here like to get out of the stress of life.. Many people feel like relieved when they joke and kid. :)

jingda commented: Exactly +0

[QUOTE=WaltP;1618893]Us. :icon_mrgreen:[/QUOTE]
I agree :icon_mrgreen:

WaltP commented: You would! +0

I think this code is well-written and has no errors.. What's the browser you're running your code on?

Hani1991 commented: I agree :( +3

[B]By the way, we can make an encyclopedia from these quotations.
Or maybe we can collect them and put them into an e-book. (PDF for example).
What do you think?[/B]

Muralidharan.E commented: Good idea +0

[QUOTE]The majority of our members ask one question, get the answer, and don't return.[/QUOTE]
Yeah I noticed that too.. It's embarrassing because they post threads to solve and may go away with no return if they find the solution. So, the "poor" thread remains without being marked as solved, which throws the community into chaos!
By the way, isn't there anyway for the moderators to mark those threads as solved?

[QUOTE]Communicating with text is imprecise...[/QUOTE]
I agree with you.. I always suffer from this issue, though I was bad at English in the past and caused the same problem here :D

[QUOTE]I have no enemies here, though I'm confident that the feeling is [I]not [/I]mutual given my posting history.[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE]I think it's because of the name of the file[/QUOTE]
I agree with you.. It's obviously because of the name not anything else.
I think some channels on TV imply bits of characters in the videos they show so that their names would contain some invalid characters that are hard, or maybe impossible, for a computer to read- a way for protecting their copyrights.
I faced something like this in the past, but I simply deleted the file and downloaded it from the Net :D

Hani1991 commented: about channels- it's new information for me. +3

I think it may be because of IE itself..
It makes me wonder how Microsoft still produces a program with such mistakes!!
I mean although it's the 9th version of the program, still there are many problems that haven't been solved yet, and some new problems have recently emerged!

Hani1991 commented: Yes, I agree! +3

Yes, I agree that XAMPP is also helpful.

This issue has to do with CSS; you can add the following to the style of the image:
[CODE=CSS]max-width:????; / You can also use percentage in the value/[/CODE]
This property works on CSS2.
Hope it helps.

Paaat commented: Thanks for your effort +1

Your main problem is with stating the units of [B]margin[/B] and [B]padding[/B]..
Usually Firefox doesn't recognize the units being spearated from the values; you should stick them together so that your code becomes:
body {
margin-top:14px 12px 14px 12px; / <-- This is more concise; (top right bottom left)/

div {

.myInput {

td {

CE {

Also, you've used non-standard fonts, which can lead to a very bad untidy layout on other computers... You'd better use standard fonts.
Hope it helps.

[QUOTE]What files, feel free to explain?[/QUOTE]
I think that you're going far away from reading my posts!!
Of course my files are the very files stored on my Linux SERVER, which will be downloaded for many purposes such as automatically updating the program.
I know what a messenger program needs.. I don't need codes at all, nor do I need algorithms..
I just want to know whether a C# program can connect to a Linux server.. Can a C# program use (copy, rename, download, upload, and delete) the files stored on a Linux-operating server??
I believe that my idea is now so very clear that there's no need at all for another explanation..
Thanks in advance.

[QUOTE]you must write semi-colon ';' at the end of every PHP statements[/QUOTE]
[B]You do not need to have a semicolon terminating the last line of a PHP block.
The closing tag for the block will include the immediately trailing newline if one is present.[/B]
You can refer to the manual of PHP:

[QUOTE]people why always put links
what if my internet was slow
put links its no good
just put solution here [/QUOTE]
Relax buddy.. It doesn't deserve to get angry for it..
You can wait for the page to open!!
[COLOR="Green"][B]Knowledge needs patience![/B][/COLOR] :)

Besides, you could have thanked someone for their efforts.

I don't know whether these functions can also be disabled by the server administrator.
You can refer to the manual of PHP:

faroukmuhammad commented: exec function indeed +2

This issue has to do with JavaScript.. Anyway, this is the code:

function chk() { if(!formName.username.value || !formName.password.value) { alert("Please make sure all fields are filled!"); return false; } }

echo '

Please note that this is not all the code you've written but only the part that needs to be changed.. Pay attention to the new name I've assigned to the form (which is formName). Hope it'll help.

Simply you need to correct the line 5. You have to type the following instead:
doc.innerHTML = typewhat;
Just capitalize the letter "L" in innerHTML.

[B]I think you can do the following:[/B]
[CODE]function hondt ($votesA,$votesB,$votesC,$votesD,$votesE,$seats)
for ($i=1; $i<=$seats; $i++)
$votesMax[0] = ($votes[0][$i] > $votesMax[0])? $votes[0][$i] : $votesMax[0];
for ($i=1; $i<=$seats; $i++)
$votesMax[1] = ($votes[1][$i] > $votesMax[1])? $votes[1][$i] : $votesMax[1];
for ($i=1; $i<=$seats; $i++)
$votesMax[2] = ($votes[2][$i] > $votesMax[2])? $votes[2][$i] : $votesMax[2];
for ($i=1; $i<=$seats; $i++)
$votesMax[3] = ($votes[3][$i] > $votesMax[3])? $votes[3][$i] : $votesMax[3];
for ($i=1; $i<=$seats; $i++)
$votesMax[4] = ($votes[4][$i] > $votesMax[4])? $votes[4][$i] : $votesMax[4];
for ($n=0; $n <= 4; $n++)
$TheVotesMax = ($votesMax[$i] > $TheVotesMax)? $votesMax[$i] : $TheVotesMax[$i];

And I think that the following code will do the best briefly:
function hondt ($votesA,$votesB,$votesC,$votesD,$votesE,$seats)
$Names = array($votesA,$votesB,$votesC,$votesD,$votesE);
for($ii=0; $ii <= 5; $ii++)
for ($i=1; $i<=$seats; $i++)
$votesMax[$ii] = ($votes[$ii][$i] > $votesMax[$ii])? $votes[$ii][$i] : $votesMax[0];
for ($i=0; $i <= 4; $i++)
$TheVotesMax = ($votesMax[$i] > $TheVotesMax)? $votesMax[$i] : $TheVotesMax[$i];
Wish it's done what you want. :)