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  1. Correct. It is the default on PHP Mac 10.5.x I have your PHP / MySQL book but it is the second edition and things are different since Tiger. I used it to learn PHP itself. I am now trying to learn how to do a very, very, very interactive website. The users clicks around on the page and it is reconstructed (including new links) with each click. The "action" of each click is recorded in the database. Think of a chess game, or better yet a game of dominos (no set grid). If the user quits the database knows the status of the board game. Each time the user makes a move (clicks) the board i
  2. Yes there is a MAMPP stack running. I tried http://localhost//Users/rob/Downloads/ajax_scripts/dept_form.html and got The requested URL /Users/rob/Downloads/ajax_scripts/dept_form.html was not found on this server.. http:/localhost// shows the default index page and I can run http://localhost//testphp (which is the typical <?php phpinfo(); ?> file).
  3. I am reviewing several books on how to build a truly dynamic website driven by a SQL database. I downloaded the samples (Mac OSX 10.5.x). I click on the HTML file dept_form.html and it comes up in Safari (I can open it also with FF). But when I click on the "go" button the php file does not "run" but displays. file:///Users/rob/Downloads/ajax_scripts/dept_results.php?did=1 <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head>
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