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  1. Hello, I checked on chapter 4 of the downloaded scripts for this book only to be told the relevant scripts are in the "root" directory......however I cant find any such "root" directory. Could someone point out to me where that is OR provide a link to these sql-related files. Thanks Hector
  2. In chapter 4 if I click on the Account tab once logged in, no links appear that allow me to change my password or logout, the account link is a dead link?. It is supposed to give me the option to logout and other links too. I am using the files from the download on this site. I finally found the problem, there is no bootstrap.min.js file in the downloads for this book. That is why the dropdown menu wasn't working. I went to the bootstrap site and downloaded and now it works fine. This really should be in the download files...
  3. Hi. I've been using your Chapter 4 login code for a while now and it works well. But I'd like to make an enhancement. Right now, in the login_form.inc.php, the form code is this: <form action="index.php#loginform" method="post" accept-charset="utf-8"> I use the #loginform because I have placed the login div at the bottom of my page. It needs to take the user back to the bottom of the page if the login is unsuccessful because otherwise they will not see the error messages that the login was unsuccessful. It works well, EXCEPT that if the user logs in successfully, then they are still stuck at the bottom of the page. I would like to change it so that if the user logs in successfully, they are taken to the top of the page. (BTW, you can see the actual site here: www.readinesstest.com) Anyone have a thought on how to accomplish this? I've tried a handful of things but they didn't work. Thanks! --David
  4. <h1>CALCULATOR FOR SHOP</h1> <form id="theform" method="post"> <fieldset> <label>Quantity</label> <input type="number" name="quantity" id="quantity" value="1" min="1" required> <label>Price per unit</label> <input type="number" name="price" id="price" value="1" min="1" required> <label>Tax Rate(%)</label> <input type="text" name="tax" id="tax" value="0.0" required> <label>Discount</label> <input type="text" name="discount" id="discount" value="0.0" required> <label>Total</label> <input type="text" name="total" id="total" value="0.00"> <button>Calculate</button> </fieldset> </form> This is my HTML function calculate(){ 'use strict'; var total; var quantity = document.getElementById('quantity').value; var price = document.getElementById('price').value; var tax = document.getElementById('tax').value; var discount = document.getElementById('discount').value; total = quantity * price; tax = tax/1000; tax = tax + 1; total = total * tax; total -= discount; document.getElementById('total').value = total; return false; }; // end of calculate() function function init(){ 'use stric'; var theform = document.getElementById('theform'); theform.onsubmit = calculate; }; window.onload = init; This is CSS ! this is not working and i am not getting it why :s
  5. on the brink of New Year with one last question before 2013.... Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /hermes/waloraweb004/b1384/moo.laissezfairelondonco/wolfcut/includes/login.inc.php on line 27 This is really obvious (sytax error), not so, because I have been through each line over 10 times; compared it to the code in the Ecommerce book and copied / paste from the downloaded code. So I can't see where I have left out a bracket or a semi-colon. Here's the code for login.inc.php from example one: <?php $login_errors = array(); if (filter_var($_POST['email'], FILTER_VALIDATE_EMAIL)) { $e = mysqli_real_escape_string ($dbc, $_POST['email']); } else { $login_errors['email'] = 'Please enter a valid email address!'; } // Validate the password: if (!empty($_POST['pass'])) { $p = mysqli_real_escape_string ($dbc, $_POST['pass']); } else { $login_errors['pass'] = 'Please enter your password!'; } if (empty($login_errors)) { // OK to proceed! // Query the database and is line 27 where syntax error is supposed to be $q = "SELECT id, username, type, IF(date_expires >= NOW(), true, false) FROM users WHERE (email='$e' AND pass='" SHA1($p) "')"; $r = mysqli_query ($dbc, $q); if (mysqli_num_rows($r) == 1) { // A match was made. // Get the data: $row = mysqli_fetch_array ($r, MYSQLI_NUM); // If the user is an administrator, create a new session ID to be safe: // This code is created at the end of Chapter 4: if ($row[2] == 'admin') { session_regenerate_id(true); $_SESSION['user_admin'] = true; } // Store the data in a session: $_SESSION['user_id'] = $row[0]; $_SESSION['username'] = $row[1]; // Only indicate if the user's account is not expired: if ($row[3] == 1) $_SESSION['user_not_expired'] = true; } else { // No match was made. $login_errors['login'] = 'The email address and password do not match those on file.'; } } // End of $login_errors IF. // Omit the closing PHP tag to avoid 'headers already sent' errors!
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