I am SH4DOW WIRE.
I had to look through all the coommands for array to find “array_fill()”. But it works now, I take $snat from ‘namn’, which is the name set for a textbox in another .php document.
This took me 5-10 minutes. I wanted to reverse the array and print it on the screen. But it prints in reverse with the keys aswell, and I wanted just the names.
So I thought of this solution. Enjoy
Sidan med HTML koden som vidareskickar information till PHP filen här nedanför:
I am playing with a file and I saved all the code, so that if you are curious, you can try it and see what it does 🙂 Enjoy!
So I have been creating a script that generates php pages. It’s not done yet as I need to tweak it but it prints the links and creates documents.
And here is the CSS file
Try out the code and see what it does 🙂
So today I have began to programmate again. This time HTML, CSS and PHP. I use PHP because I am very familliar with it and know what to search for on for example Google, if needed. Anyways, thsi is the DRAFT 1 to the code:
Not much to see, a form with two radio buttons, one text field and one button. But the tricks was to send this data forward to the second page.
I have been searching for posts, articles and tutorials online and all of them said that i need to use $S_POST for ‘submit’. After one hour of trixing and mixing, i changed it to ‘txt’ and immediately I could access the text field data from the page before (see first picture). So I repeated the deed with the radio buttons, so now i get the value of which button is chosen.
And this I wrote just to use it as make-up, to make the text look a little bit better and more my taste.
And this is the result:
Code in Pic 1
Code in Pic 2, with the choices made in Pic 4.
I will probably beginning to write and video record some tutorials where I programmate and teach it to others.
Answering a couple of easy questions about the app of your desire, you can find out what it could cost you or your company.
Here you can find out the price.