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  1. Thanks Ben - I have done just that. Don't know why I didn't think of this before! However - just in the interest of not being too dependant on Google, and also of just knowing how to do it - isn't there a simple way of adjusting this code? Frank
  2. Hello All, I am testing 3 pages, and have found a script to rotate between the 3 pages. These are the pages people see after they have opted into a squeeze page. What I would like to do is record in a text file how many times each thank-you page has been "hit". This is the script I have: <? //enter your affiliate urls below, you can enter as many as you want, please //make sure that you have the affiliate url with the SUBID syntax at the end //of it, for reference goto: subids.com for more information. $offer[1] = 'http://urlthankyou1.html'; $offer[2] = 'http://ur
  3. Yes there is ..... just found it here: http://www.websitetemplates.name/ as in top post
  4. http://themeforest.net/ http://www.templatemonster.com/ http://www.freewebsitetemplates.com/ Aren't there any killersite templates anywhere? I'm sure it was mentioned somewhere in the web designer course? Cheers Francis
  5. Hello SuperTechies, I am hoping someone can help out with this php question. I've recently moved my website to another webhost, and have come across the php.ini file in the root directory of the website. Within this file are various parameters... for example: display_errors = On error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE log_errors = Off error_log = /logs/php_error_log expose_php = Off max_execution_time = 30 ; Maximum execution time of each script, in seconds max_input_time = 60 ; Maximum amount of time each script may spend parsing request data memory_limit
  6. Most excellent, thanks Wickham. I uploaded the file to the server and it works fine. In the end I included a webpage to make it look much nicer: <?php //Contact form processing code $yourname = $_POST['name']; $youremail = $_POST['email']; $yoursubject = $_POST['subject']; $yourmessage = $_POST['message']; $emailmessage = "yourname: {$yourname} with an email of: {$youremail} and message of: {$yourmessage}"; include("messagesent.php"); mail('info@logbookcarloan.org.uk', $yoursubject, $emailmessage); ?> Also thanks for the tip grabenair! Will b
  7. Hello All, I'm hoping someone can help me with this.... Have just been through the php videos in the webdesigners course. I'm trying to apply the php stuff by making the contact form on my website usable. I pointed the form (eg when a user clicks on "send" on the webpage) to a page called contactprocess.php, with this code on it: <?php //Contact form processing code $yourname = $_POST['name']; $youremail = $_POST['email']; $yoursubject = $_POST['subject']; $yourmessage = $_POST['message']; $emailmessage = "yourname: {$yourname} with an email of: {$yo
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