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  1. Hi ProgMan, can you post your code so a least we can see on your end if you doing something wrong. And did you check the WAMPSERVER is running correctly when testing your code.
  2. Hi Mikeneeshelp, did you called your css file extension before executing you javascript code?. that's really important which code execute first. i suggest to try and put your css file extension before executing your javascript file and see what happen.
  3. Hi jeremy126, i have a question. How are you inserting the data. $e= mysqli_real_escape_strim($dbc,trim(POST[emailm]) ); or are you using preg_match() function $trimmed = array_map('trim',$_ POST); preg_match('/^A-Z\'.-]{2,20}$/i', $trimmed['$e]); just for curiosity.Because it seems that if you have a successful registration then the error is the way you are retrieving the data.
  4. Now i have a interesting question. How can change the days to 29 if february is chosen on the event_day selection?.
  5. Thanks guys for you help is working fine now my problem was that i was closing the condition before the <option> for example $month = array(1 =>'January', 'February', 'March', 'April', 'May', 'June', 'July', 'August', 'September', 'Octuber', 'November', 'December'); echo '<select name="event_month" id="a_place" >'; echo'<option value="0">Month</option>'; foreach($month as $key =>$value){ echo "<option value=\"$value\">$value</option> } if($_POST['event_month']) =="$value"){ echo 'selected="selected" '; } echo"</selected>"; and the correct way that actually works is $month = array(1 =>'January', 'February', 'March', 'April', 'May', 'June', 'July', 'August', 'September', 'Octuber', 'November', 'December'); //make the month pulldown menu echo '<select name="expire_month" id="expire">'; echo"<option value='0'>Exp-Month</option>"; foreach($month as $key => $value){ echo "<option value=\"$value\" "; if($_POST["expire_month"] == "$value"){ echo 'selected ="selected" '; } echo"> $value</option>"; } //end of foreach echo '</select>'; as you can see the all of the argument are inside the foreach loop that was the difference. Thanks Edward looking at your code i figure it out. The same code work for the day and year. echo '<select name="expire_day" id="expire">'; echo"<option value='0'>Exp-Day</option>"; for($day= 1; $day<=31; $day++){ echo "<option value=\"$day\" "; if($_POST["expire_day"] == "$day"){ echo 'selected = "selected" '; } echo ">$day</option>\n"; } echo '</select>'; and year echo '<select name="expire_year" id="expire">'; echo"<option value='0'>exp-Year</option>"; for($year = 2011; $year<=2016; $year++){ echo "<option value=\"$year\" "; if($_POST["expire_year"] == "$year"){ echo 'selected = "selected" ' ; } echo " >$year</option>" ; } echo '</select>'; Thanks guys.
  6. Thanks Larry / Edward for your quick respond, Well i tried to put the sticky code at the at the <select> input to make sticky but for some reason after i submit the form it hold no value. Here is how i'm making my input to make it sticky echo '<select name="event_month" id="a_place" value=\"<?php if(isset($_POST['event_month'])) echo $_POST['event_month'];?>\">'; everything else is working find but just the sticky part.
  7. Hi, i created a function for a pull down selection date just like in script 3.7 but where in the code do i should put the code to make it sticky, i already tried function event_date($value,$day, $year){ /*echo'<script type="text/javascript" src="../js/jQuery_v1.4.4.js"> </script>'; echo'<script type="text/javascript" src="../js/upload_js.js"></script>'; */ //make the month // $month = array(1 =>'January', 'February', 'March', 'April', 'May', 'June', 'July', 'August', 'September', 'Octuber', 'November', 'December'); echo '<select name="event_month" id="a_place" value=\"<?php if (isset($_POST['event_month'])) echo $_POST['event_month'];\" >'; echo'<option value="0">Month</option>'; foreach($month as $key =>$value){ echo "<option value=\"$key\">$value</option>"; } if($_POST["event_month"] == "$value"){ echo 'selected = "selected" '; } if(isset($value)) echo "$value"; echo '</select>'; // make the days echo '<select name=\"event_day\" id=\"a_place\" >'; echo '<option value="0">Day</option>'; for($day=1; $day<=31; $day++){ echo "<option value=\"$day\">$day </option>"; } if($_POST["event_day"] == "$day"){ echo 'selected = "selected" '; }else if( $month==2){ for( $day=1; $day<=29; $day++){ echo "<option value=\"$day\">$day</option>"; }//end of for loop }// end of elseif if(isset($_POST['event_day']) ) echo $_POST['event_day']; echo '</select>'; //make the year echo '<select name="event_year" id="a_place">'; echo '<option value="0">Year</option>'; for($year = 2011; $year<=2020; $year++){ echo "<option value=\"$year\">$year</option>"; } if($_POST["event_year"] == "$year"){ echo 'selected = "selected" '; } echo '</select>'; return TRUE; }//end of event_date function and it not working for me. Thanks
  8. Thanks Anthonio Conte, i did that and i gave the default value to be false but the code still execute, i was wondering if by any chance this have to be due to where the function is located. To be clear the function is in another file and i call the function where i keep the form validation code. Any thoughs.
  9. my friend you can work both with javascript and php. They have some interesting book out there in this subject. But i suggest to keep with your teacher "Larry Ullman" in order to keep familiar with the codes.
  10. OK, i have my function working now. The problem that i'm having now is that i can rip off the default value that in my case is the beginning of the date function that is "jan 1 12". I want the function to have a default value of a blank or 0 because right now the code always execute due to the default value. How can i alter my code in the function that it would print a blank at the option value. Can that be done or i would have to do it manually example <option>month</option><option value ='1'>jan</option>//and so on <option>day</option><option value='1'>1</option> //and so on <option>year</option><option value='12'>12</option>// an so on The following code is what i have now. //MAKE THE DATE PULL DONWN MENU// function event_date($event_month, $event_day, $event_year){ //make the month // $month = array(1 =>'January', 'February', 'March', 'April', 'May', 'June', 'July', 'August', 'September', 'Octuber', 'November', 'December'); echo '<select name="event_month">'; foreach($month as $key =>$value){ echo "<option value=\"$key\">$value</option>"; } if($_POST["event_month"] == "$value"){ echo 'selected = "selected" '; } echo '</select>'; // make the days echo '<select name="event_day">'; for($day=1; $day<=31; $day++){ echo "<option value=\"$day\">$day</option>"; } if($_POST["event_day"] == "$day"){ echo 'selected = "selected" '; }else if( $month[2] == "selected"){ for( $day=1; $day<=29; $day++){ echo "<option value=\"$day\">$day</option>"; }//end of for loop }// end of elseif echo '</select>'; //make the year echo '<select name="event_year">'; for($year = 2011; $year<=2020; $year++){ echo "<option value=\"$year\">$year</option>"; } if($_POST["event_year"] == "$year"){ echo 'selected = "selected" '; } echo '</select>'; return TRUE; }//end of event_date function // MAKE THE EXPIRATION PULL-DOWN MENU// function expiration($expire_month, $expire_day, $expire_year){ $month = array(1 =>'January', 'February', 'March', 'April', 'May', 'June', 'July', 'August', 'September', 'Octuber', 'November', 'December'); //make the month pulldown menu echo '<select name="expire_month" id="expire">'; foreach($month as $key => $value){ echo "<option value=\"$key\"> $value</option>"; } if($_POST["expire_month"] == "$value"){ echo 'selected ="selected" '; } echo '</select>'; echo '<select name="expire_day" id="expire">'; for($day= 1; $day<=31; $day++){ echo "<option value=\"$day\">$day</option>\n"; } if($_POST["expire_day"] == "$day"){ echo 'selected = "selected" '; } echo '</select>'; // MAKE THE YEAR PULL-DOWN echo '<select name="expire_year" id="expire">'; for($year = 2011; $year<=2016; $year++){ echo "<option value=\"$year\" >$year</option>"; } if($_POST["expire_year"] == "$year"){ echo 'selected = "selected" ' ; } echo '</select>'; return TRUE; }//end of expiration And the from where i call the function this what i have <p> <label for="date" class="label">Date:</label> <? event_date($_POST["event_month"], $_POST["event_day"], $_POST["event_year"]);?> </p> <p> <label for="expire_date" class="label">Expire Date:</label> <?php expiration( $_POST["expire_month"], $_POST["expire_day"], $_POST["expire_year"]); ?> </p> Thanks.
  11. Thanks Antonio, i will try it out and see if that work for me, i will let you know if i can get it to work.
  12. Hi, i just create a function to to create a drop drop down input field in which allow the user to select a particular date, but how do i retrieve the date chosen by the user. This is the code that i have to to create the input field in the form. //MAKE THE DATE PULL DONWN MENU// function event_date($event_month, $event_day, $event_year){ //make the month // $month = array(1 =>'January', 'February', 'March', 'April', 'May', 'June', 'July', 'August', 'September', 'Octuber', 'November', 'December'); echo '<select name="$event_month">'; foreach($month as $key =>$value){ echo "<option value=\"$key\">$value</option>";} if($_POST["$event_month"] == "$event_month"){ echo 'selected = "selected" '; } echo '</select>'; // make the days echo '<select name="$event_day">'; for($day=1; $day<=31; $day++){ echo "<option value=\"$day\">$day</option>"; } if($_POST["$event_day"] == "$event_day"){ echo 'selected = "selected" '; }else if( $month[2] == "selected"){ for( $day=1; $day<=29; $day++){ echo "<option value=\"$day\">$day</option>"; }//end of for loop }// end of elseif echo '</select>';//make the year echo '<select name="$event_year">'; for($year = 2011; $year<=2020; $year++){ echo "<option value=\"$year\">$year</option>"; } if($_POST["$event_year"] == "$event_year"){ echo 'selected = "selected" '; } echo '</select>'; return TRUE; }//end of event_date function // MAKE THE EXPIRATION PULL-DOWN MENU// function expiration($expire_month, $expire_day, $expire_year){ $month = array(1 =>'January', 'February', 'March', 'April', 'May', 'June', 'July', 'August', 'September', 'Octuber', 'November', 'December'); //make the month pulldown menu echo '<select name="$expire_month" id="expire">'; foreach($month as $key => $value){ echo "<option value=\"$key\">$value</option>"; } if($_POST["$expire_month"] == "$expire_month"){ echo 'selected ="selected" '; } echo '</select>'; echo '<select name="$expire_day" id="expire">'; for($day= 1; $day<=31; $day++){ echo "<option value=\"$day\">$day</option>\n"; } if($_POST["$expire_day"] == "$expire_day"){ echo 'selected = "selected" '; } echo '</select>';// MAKE THE YEAR PULL-DOWN echo '<select name="$expire_year" id="expire">'; for($year = 2011; $year<=2016; $year++){ echo "<option value=\"$year\" >$year</option>"; } if($_POST["$expire_year"] == "$year"){ echo 'selected = "selected" ' ; } echo '</select>'; return TRUE; }//end of expiration include("../include/footer.html"); and this code below retrieve the date chosen by the user which i think is not working. // // EVENT DATE // // require_once("post_events.php"); if(empty($_POST["$event_month"]) && empty($_POST["$event_day"]) && empty($_POST["$event_year"])){ $errors[] = '<p class="error"> - Please enter the event date.</p>'; }else{ $date_month = $_POST["$event_month"]; $date_day = $_POST["$event_day"]; $date_year = $_POST["$event_year"]; $date = $date_year . '-' . $date_month . '-'. $date_day ; } // expiration date // if( $_POST['place'] == 'onetime' && empty($_POST["$expire_month"]) && empty($_POST["$expire_day"]) && empty($_POST["$expire_year"]) ){ $errors[] = '<p class="error"> - Plese enter the expiration date.</p>'; }else{ $m = $_POST["$expire_month"]; $d = $_POST["$expire_day"]; $y = $_POST["$expire_year"]; $expiry_date = $y .'-'.$m.'-'.$d ; }
  13. If the connection is properly defined, you can use echo mysqli_connect_error() to see if something went wrong and you are not getting connected to the database.
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