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  1. Thread: mail function

    by JackG
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    mail function

    I have frequently seen the php mail function used with some variations. Some are just written start with "mail", others start with "@mail". What is the difference, and when do we use which?

    Jack
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    UML Class Diagram

    Is a class diagram suitable and appropriate for website developed in the procedural style? Or do we require classes in our source code to use class diagrams?

    Same question for sequence diagram? Do...
  3. Thread: Php

    by JackG
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    Php

    Hey,

    Do webpages developed with PHP usually use the object-oriented approach, or the procedural approach? What is the main focus of PHP?...code with classes or without classes?

    Most people who...
  4. Thread: Password

    by JackG
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    Re: Password

    Thanks. Yeah, I think thats what I did.

    The hashed string you mention, I think that is the 32 character string. The password typed is converted into this 32 character string, (so I don't see the...
  5. Thread: Password

    by JackG
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    Re: Password

    I've tried using MD5 and it seems to work. The password typed does not appear in the db table. I am unsure of one thing though; when you copy and paste the 32 character string into the login page,...
  6. Thread: Password

    by JackG
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    Password

    When storing a password not sure how to do it. Managed to used SHA1 and MD5 to store as encrypted but then when attemtinp to login it would not work.

    Do we need to decrypt it or something? If so...
  7. Thread: EasyPHP

    by JackG
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    EasyPHP

    Hi,

    I remember that in the older versions of EasyPHP, using the phpmyadmin we were able to make fields in the mysql database store variables as encrypted. For example for a login table, if we...
  8. Thread: Html

    by JackG
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    Html

    What is the difference between HTML and XHTML?

    How can I tell if a code includes XHTML?

    As I understand it XHTML is just well written HTML, so isn't it possible that if you know HTML you maybe...
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