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  • Chexbox
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    Gellpak, I love you. Thank you for your assistance.

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  • Gellpak
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    probly not

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  • Chexbox
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    But I only have 2MB on my MySQL database. Is that enough if I have 40 new visitors per day?

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  • Gellpak
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    you can do that, but its a good idea to store the info in a database too

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  • Chexbox
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    So, in order to make a web site where the page greets the person by their first name based on a form they submitted a while ago I'd have to set a cookie?
    Do other web sites wipe out the variables that I set?

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  • Gellpak
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    theyre passed to the script and processed, thats pretty much the whole basis of the scripts....

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  • Chexbox
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    I'm sorry
    okay, what happens to the variables when a new page is loaded within the same browser window?

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  • Gellpak
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    ask specific questions about it

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  • Chexbox
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    Originally posted by Chexbox
    I get how the binary is stored in the txt file and all but I can't figure the PHP script out. What does it mean?
    Yeah, that helps. But I wanted to be able to understand the code because, like most scripts on these forums, there are some complex things in there that are not explained and that I can't understand and people just don't have the time or patients to explain things to those that don't understand. I'll just get a book on PHP.

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  • Mark Hensler
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    nope... better to be safe then sorry.

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  • Gellpak
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    hmm
    well i suppose it cant really hurt too much either

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  • Mark Hensler
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    In my experience, I've never had to print a head before the image's binary data. It just seemed to work.

    If you open a GIF in notepad, the first few characters say "GIF89a". If you open a JPEG, it has all kinds of stuff in the first few lines. I think browsers are smart enough to read this info, and determine the image type.

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  • Gellpak
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    check out this thread: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...threadid=19186

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  • Chexbox
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    I get how the binary is stored in the txt file and all but I can't figure the PHP script out. What does it mean?

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  • Mark Hensler
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    Well...
    The binary data is being displayed as a bunch of (non-ASCII) characters.

    Open a graphic in notepad (or any other ASCII editor). You're viewing binary data in a non-binaray form. But that doesn't mean it's text.

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