Posts by RikdeVos

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RikdeVos says

This is where I always look for product reviews: http://reviews.cnet.com/digital-cameras/?tag=revCatWrap

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RikdeVos says

Hi, I started something like this a while ago so I might be able to help you out. Please contact me through my profile.

Rik

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RikdeVos says

1920×1080, 1920×1080

2 Samsung 23” screens :-D I can’t remember what it’s like working with a small screen.

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RikdeVos says

encodeURIComponent() did the job. Thanks!!

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RikdeVos says

Hey guys, I’m submitting a form using AJAX . To send the post data, I use the following code:


// create datastring to send
dataString = "password="+$("#password").val();

// send the data
$.ajax({
    type: "POST",
    url: "file.php",
    data: dataString,
    success: function(response) {
        // stuff here
    });

Here’s the problem: if the user uses special characters (like &^%$#@!+/=... and more!) the dataString variable will not be correct, and parts will be lost. I have tried encodeURI, and then decoding it in PHP using urldecode, but I didn’t have luck. Those 2 functions don’t encode/decode the same. Does anyone know how to solve this? :)

Thanks in advance, Rik de Vos

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RikdeVos says
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RikdeVos says

Hi, I can code if for you for $100. The different pages will just be pages with a title, a picture and some optional text. If you want a voting system or a comment system, it’ll be more expansive.

You’ll have a previous, next and random button at the top. A link to a page where you can upload a new picture. And maybe some other text and links to facebook/twitter.

You’ll need a server supporting PHP 5 and MySql 5. Contact me through my profile if you’re interested. Cheers, Rik

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RikdeVos says

Hi, I can do this for $60. Contact me at rik12345@gmail.com if you’re interested.

Thanks, Rik

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RikdeVos says

You’re welcome ;-)

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RikdeVos says

Easy to fix :-) Just give your image a border=”0” attribute and it’ll hide the borders in IE.

<div id="footer" align="center"> <a href="http://www.facebook.com"><img src="images/ic-fb.png" border="0" height="56" width="56" /></a> <a href="http://www.twitter.com"><img src="images/ic-twitter.png" border="0" height="56" width="56" /></a> </div>
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