In this game you need to give wierd reasons to ban who's on top. i will start: **I Ban you for looking at me!**

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Hello I'm trying to add coding to my site so that someone can visit it, see everything on the site, but get banned so that when they come back they can't see anything anymore. My guess is they have to be banned after visiting. I tried this code but it doesn't seem to do anything you can still see everything on the page after you're banned. Just adds a message saying you're banned and sends me an email. <?php // * Auto IP Ban Script - v1.0 * // * Author: Inque187 * // * Date: (c) Oct 5, 2007 …

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According to the network security team at Oxford University Computing Services ([OxCERT](http://blogs.oucs.ox.ac.uk/oxcert/)) with the title of 'Google Blocks' the world famous seat of learning has decided to put a block, albeit a temporary one, on the use of Google Docs. Robin Stevens from the network security team at Oxford says that the "extreme action" was felt necessary in order to protect "the majority of University users". ![dweb-oxford](/attachments/small/0/dweb-oxford.jpg "align-right") While admitting that Google Docs is a "perfectly legitimate site" and one which is "widely used by staff and students as part of their work and personal lives" Stevens explains that it …

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Hi. I am having trouble with this script: <?php $host="mysql.host.com"; // Host name $username="username"; // Mysql username $password="password"; // Mysql password $db_name="DB_NAME"; // Database name $tbl_name="table"; // Table name $myusername = $_SESSION['myusername']; // Session on login page, in a variable. // Connect to server and select databse. mysql_connect("$host", "$username", "$password")or die("cannot connect"); mysql_select_db("$db_name")or die("cannot select DB"); // Select everything that we need. $sql = "SELECT * FROM $tbl_name WHERE username='$myusername' and banned='1'"; // Possible problem...I think.... $query = mysql_query($sql); $row = mysql_fetch_array($query); if($banned == 1) { // If the person on the table has the "1" value in banned, ban …

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Hi, I am having trouble with this chunk of PHP script: <?php $deny = array("Example IP"); if (in_array ($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'], $deny)) { header("location: http://www.google.com/"); exit(); } ?> It works fine, its just when I try to link to a file that has the $deny var, it wont work. I tried using fopen(); and include();..... I just want it so that I don't have to go to every page of my website just to update a ip address. All I'm saying is that I don't want to have to update every single page of my website, I just want the $deny var …

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Hi! I'm creating a feature for my software that bans the user for 10 minutes if he/she has failed to login thrice. The problem is, I don't know how to code that. I got ideas on how to do it but I don't know what predefined classes or functions to use. Can you please teach me what classes or functions to use to code this feature? I'm a complete beginner but I'm willing to learn so please help. Thanks in advance!

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What do you, dear reader, call a posting on Twitter? I'm guessing the chances are high that you call it a tweet, like pretty much everyone else I know. Apart from the editorial elite at the New York Times that is, which has just banned the word 'tweet' from being used in conjunction with anything other than birds making chirpy noises, on the grounds that it is a silly word amongst other things. According to [URL="http://www.theawl.com/2010/06/new-york-times-bans-the-word-tweet"]reports[/URL] the New York Times has sent a memo out to contributors asking them not to use the word tweet, in which a man with …

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I'm trying to make a ban system for my website with the following features: -Tell user reason for the ban -Tell user date it'll expire -Tell user date it was issued -Tell user who they where banned by -Auto perma if user has been banned a total of 3 times -Auto expire bans Note: I this is for a simple members system I already have up and running. But to be honest I'm not that great at php and don't know where to start, I'm not sure how to get the bans to auto expire. All help is greatly appreciated. …

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Hi everyone. I am trying to work on a script that will ban a user from accessing my website for x amount of time. Here is the html and sql code. [B]HTML[/B] [CODE]<?php $date = 'd-m-Y'; $endDate = strtotime($date); ?> <tr> <th>Length of Ban</th> <th>:</th> <th> <select name="period"> <optgroup label="Temporary Ban Options"> <option value="D_1">1 Day (<?php echo date($date, time()+((60*60)*24)); ?> 12:00 AM)</option> <option value="D_2">2 Days (<?php echo date($date, time()+((60*60)*48)); ?> 12:00 AM)</option> <option value="D_3">3 Days (<?php echo date($date, time()+((60*60)*72)); ?> 12:00 AM)</option> <option value="D_4">4 Days (<?php echo date($date, time()+((60*60)*96)); ?> 12:00 AM)</option> <option value="D_5">5 Days (<?php echo date($date, time()+((60*60)*120)); ?> …

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First Apple decided that an iPhone game which featured Barack Obama bouncing on a trampoline and [URL="http://www.itpro.co.uk/blogs/daveyw/2009/02/10/apple-bans-bouncing-barack-and-trouserless-bill/"]Bill Clinton without trousers[/URL] was in such bad taste that it had no place in the App Store and so refused to feature it. Then came the equally mad news that an application to put South Park wallpaper and [URL="http://www.itwire.com/content/view/23321/1231/"]perfectly legal video clips[/URL] from the series on the iPhone was also far from being what it deems acceptable content for the App Store and banned that as well. At the time the developers of this particular app were quoted as saying that Apple thought …

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It came as a shock to many people that the “No Russian” mission in [I]Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2[/I] allowed players to act with such extreme malicious intent. The inclusion of the mission sparked a blazing controversy amongst pundits and critics alike, with its gratuitous depiction of terrorists mowing down innocent civilians at a crowded Russian airport. It was one of the most intimately morbid moments in recent gaming history. [ATTACH]17130[/ATTACH]It doesn’t come as any shock that after all the public scrutiny [I]Modern Warfare 2[/I] received, the soon-to-be released [I]Medal of Honor[/I] is being met with resistance before the …

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Justin Bieber is, so my 10 year old daughter informs me, a pop sensation. Actually, her exact words when I asked just who the heck this Bieber bloke who keeps topping the Twitter trending chart is were: Oh My God, Justin Bieber, he's gorgeous. A little more journalistic investigation turned up the fact that in reality he's a 16 year old Canadian who [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DkKqihEUmH4"]doesn't know what the word German means[/URL]. Having listened to a couple of his songs, and I must confess that I'm more a Slipknot man myself so my opinion of Bieber is unlikely to be too high, …

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The [URL="http://www.asa.org.uk"]Advertising Standards Authority[/URL] here in the UK has ruled against Microsoft concerning a television advert for the Xbox 360 which featured a woman with half a head watching a movie being streamed via the games console. So what could possibly be the problem with that? Maybe there should have been a bloody big warning banner saying "[URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3597.html"]your movie viewing experience could be ruined by the red rings of death[/URL]" displayed on screen? Nope, actually it was all down to a single, solitary viewer who complained that the advert was misleading. Even the [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3046.html"]banned iPhone adverts[/URL] managed to get two …

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File under the strange things that social networking sites think will stop sex offenders, or maybe that should be really stupid things because Faceparty has [URL="http://www.out-law.com/page-9136"]reportedly[/URL] deleted the accounts of most of its users who are over the age of 36 for just that reasoning. Yep, although it beggars belief, Out-Law.com says that Faceparty claims UK Government law is behind the move even though the particular legislation in question has yet to come into force. It reports that a "huge number of accounts" have been deleted for a number of reasons to do with filtering out the potential sexual predators, …

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According to reporters at [URL="http://www.pocket-lint.co.uk/news/news.phtml/13450/14474/Manhunt-2-given-UK-release.phtml"]Pocket Lint[/URL] it would seem that the controversial ban upon the sale of the equally controversial video game Manhunt 2 in the UK has been overturned. The site reports that the Rockstar Games developed title has been edited to the satisfaction of the British Board of Film Classification (which control certification of games as well as movies in the UK) and will be released with an adults only 18 certificate. Actually, that might not be quite true as it appears the BBFC twice rejected the title, and even went as far as taking the battle against …

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