Yes, you can extend the lan on the second by plugging in a switch, then connecting your devices to this switch on the second floor. You can connect two switches together. Think about a building with computers everywhere. You may have closets on each floor where all of the segments are extended. You wouldnt run cables from hte first floor to the 20th floor's computers directly.

There's nothing wrong with using the query string. Its up to you as the web developer to determine the best approach for passing information between pages. You have options... query string, sessions, cookies, etc...

I generally use query string parameters..for example.... take an application that displays products... it would be very common to pass the query string parameter of product id to the product details page.

However, if you want to track which user is logged in to your application, if you only use the approach of passing the user id in the query string, what will prevent someone from just changing the query string to another value? that wouldnt be very secure.

So, when security is of concern, if you do pass the value via query string, you should most definately validate the value before you perform any type of processing on the target page.

The picture you are showing is the donation page. The amount listed is the amount of donations collected for the month for DaniWeb.

If you want to see your rewards, click on the rewards link above.

How can handle this partial refresh stuff in html?

if you only want part of your page to be refreshed without reloading the page, you'll need to leverage javascript(js)/ajax. jQuery is a js library.

ajax is used to so you can communicate from the browser back to the web server and get a response without actually having to refresh the entire page. Then, you use js to update the portion of the page that needs updating.

jQuery just makes all of this a whole lot easier using 2-3 lines of code.

If you are in need if stats for you and not for displaying on your site... You should look into google analytics.


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Ads are a source of revenue. For example...On this website there are ads. If there were no ads, you would most likely be paying a fee to use the service. Someone's got to pay. Nothing's free in life.

2: they always show the ads 2 or 3 times in a row

if you were presented with 15 ads in a'd probably be annoyed and you would change the channel. The channel provider wouldn't like that. That's not good business.

3: the reason though why ads are advertised because people might buy stuff

Yes and No. The reason why ads are shown is because the channel provider has the audience the advertisers want to get to so they pay the channel provider money. Both the channel provider and advertised do hope the ads work because then that means they are selling stuff and then the channel provider will sell more time to the advertisers. Over and over. If the products don't sell, the company goes out of business. If the channel provider can't sell ads...they go out of business.

What they really should do is make a Advertisement channel with all the ads

Would you watch that channel? Guess what.. No one else will either. That means no revenue. No business. No channel.

<M/> commented: air is free... +0

A csv file is meant to hold data. What do you mean by styling?

Maybe provide a sample output so se can see what you see?

Just to add so you keep this in mind... You seem to have a lot of repetitive code on the page. You should consider using classes, creating objects, using subroutines, etc so you can reuse your code easily within your web application.

<M/> commented: True... +10

Maybe the line numbers aren't matching up... I mean 5 and 43

<M/> commented: Ah... that moment when i just figured out what you meant... +10

Not being a PHP expert and looking at your code from my phone, I did notice you are missing some semicolons.

After the $meeting_type variables.

<M/> commented: I see it +0

In addition just to add a few more notes here... This can be accomplished with or without a postback. You can use js/AJAX to send the information back to the server script or you can allow the page to postback and return the results back to the client.

You just can't do this using HTML alone. If you don't have access to any server side scripting, you have to find a third party that provides this functionality to you using their js script client side and their server side script.

Also as a final note, the reference to ASP should really be ASP.NET.

mattster commented: Sorry ASP.NET, my bad ;) +6

the connection string is the same as the above ((LocalDB)\v11.0) and even so when I connect to the database I can type localhost\SQLEXPRESS.

This is because on that machine, while installing SQL services, you chose the option of installing localdb and sqlexpress. As I mentioned before, both can coexist on the same computer.

You can do this via a URLRewrite. You will need some server side code to be able to do this. If you develop in PHP, you would leverage the use if your .htaccess file and add the necessary rules. Of for example, if you develop in, you would create the rules in your web.config file assuming your IIS server has the URLRewriteModule enabled.

You won't be able to do this via HTML alone.

hey glad to see you around <m/>. as the others mentioned, you should really consider building a local dev environment, otherwise you are going to make changes to the files individually then FTP up to GoDaddy and cross your fingers hoping you didnt make any syntax errors or other mistakes.

<M/> commented: I am still around ;) +10

I don't know the answer to your question, but I'm interested in seeing how many American prisoners are going to respond to this...

hello and welcome.

Try placing all of your link elements (stylesheet references) in the head section of the page, not the body. In addition, place the CSS Reset first above all of the other link elements.

Diafol- doesn't look like you are in the holiday spirit yet. This is the time of the year to give, be nice, and be cheerful.

I'd jump at this but my creditors force me to work for money. They don't like it when I don't pay them either.

diafol commented: Bah humbug! :) +15

There are a few ways to handle this. since your div takes up 100% of the width, you can just style the div#menus with text-align: center

if you apply position:relative; top: 0.1em, it lines up. I'm sure there are other approaches as well depending on what you are trying to achieve.

Yes that is correct. When the name resolution process occurs, those name servers are listed as being authoritative for the zone. If the name sever cannot satisfy the request it send back that information to the requestor and the process will stop.

The requestor doesn't simply discard that response and decides to try another name server. The name server that is the ultimate authority on that zone already said there is no such record.

Go back and update the records

In this line, it should be hover, not hower.
.montage-block:hower #block1

-webkit-transition would target Safari and Chrome, what about other browers?

What is top for here: -webkit-transition: top .3s ease-in-out;

Also, presumably the two tables will have to be linked somehow otherwise what’s the point of storing an int reference to another table? Any hint about how to do that, what I need to look into?

this is where you get into the relational part of "relational databases". I am by no means a DB expert, but your example isnt really that complicated. When you have multiple tables that are related in some way where you have a primary key in one table and a foreign key in another, the way to get the related data is via SQL JOINS.

About grouping data, where should the data be organised/grouped, in its own SQL table or after I extract the data?

So there is no right or wrong answer. it also depends if you are trying to process information in real time or you archive large amounts of data and you do back-end processing. This usually determines or guides the database design. For example, in a data warehousing scenario where huge amounts of data is stored used for reporting, you wouldnt want multiple tables related and alot of SQL JOINS since there is a cost (cpu/memory requirements). In your example, my approach would be to organize the data at run time, not in a seperate table. However, there are some instances where you may have a seperate table used where say its very costly to get the data organized and grouped properly and it would take too long to run at ...

Maybe the CPU is overheating. You can check by opening the case and first checking to see if the fan is working. If it is, its also possible (usually on older models) that the heat sink may not be flush against the CPU; therefore unable to transfer the heat. If that's the case, you'd need to purchase some thermo paste and reapply, then make sure the heat sink is flush against the cpu nad held in place.

If its the fan that still working but not spinning within its "normal" operation, just replace the fan.

PHP is server side, styling is happening client side on the rendered HTML. In any event if you want to apply a fixed width to the table cell, try applying this style to the table element.

 table { table-layout:fixed; }

Nice job ggamble... i posted your code here as a whole so its easier for someone else that may come along and have interest in this. Also fixed line 7 from your last sample code (it was correct on line 19 from your previous post).

public class FormatOrdinal : IFormatProvider, ICustomFormatter
    public object GetFormat(Type formatType)
        if (formatType == typeof(ICustomFormatter))
            return this;
            return null;

    public string Format(string format, object arg, IFormatProvider formatProvider)
        if (!(arg is DateTime)) throw new Exception();
        var dat = (DateTime)arg;
        string ord;
        if (dat.Day == 11 || dat.Day == 12 || dat.Day == 13)
            ord = "th";
            switch (dat.Day % 10)
                case 1:
                    ord = "st";
                case 2:
                    ord = "nd";
                case 3:
                    ord = "rd";
                    ord = "th";
            return string.Format("{0:MMMM} {1}{2}, {0:yyyy}", arg, dat.Day, ord);


You need a JSP script that will receive the data either via HTTP GET or POST.

Do you want to interact with this JSP page/script via postback or behind the scenes using AJAX?

That's because the VPN session is encapsulating all of the packets to and from the client and VPN server. If you take a packet trace you will see that there will not be any RDP related packets. All of the packets will be VPN related.

Think of VPN was a wrapper. Once the packets reach the VPN sever they are unwrapped and then delivered as normal traffic. That's why VPN is called a "tunnel". While the packets are encrypted, you cant see inside this "tunnel". When the wrapper is removed, you have the unencrypted data. This data is encrypted between vpn client and vpn server. ON either side of the vpn tunnel, the traffic is not encrypted.

It's adding a"#" at the end of the URL because your hyperlinks' href attribute has a value of "#".

If you do not want your hyperlinks (<a>) to act link links, you generally use javascript/jQuery to change the default behavior.

Does this glider run as a jQuery plugin? If so, do you have the jQuery library loaded? Did you load this jQuery plug-in file as well?