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  1. In Topic: Warning: stripslashes() expects parameter 1 to be string, array given

    Posted 9 Nov 2013

    Something like this?

    $connection = mysql_connect("$mysql_server","$mysql_user","$mysql_password") or die ("Unable to connect to MySQL server.");
    $db = mysql_select_db("$mysql_database") or die ("Unable to select requested database.");
    $isMagic = get_magic_quotes_gpc()
    foreach($_POST as $key=>$value) {
    	// IF POST VARIABLE NOT BLANK
    	if (empty($_POST[$key])) {
    		if($isMagic) {
    			$_POST[$key] = array($_POST[$key]);
    		}
    		// ESCAPE CHARACTERS
    		$_POST[$key] = trim(htmlspecialchars(htmlentities(mysql_real_escape_string($_POST[$key]), ENT_QUOTES)));
    	}
    }
    
    foreach($_GET as $key=>$value) {
    	// IF GET VARIABLE NOT BLANK
    	if (empty($_GET[$key])) {
    		if($isMagic) {
    			$_GET[$key] = array($_GET[$key]);
    		}
    		// ESCAPE CHARACTERS
    		$_GET[$key] = trim(htmlspecialchars(htmlentities(mysql_real_escape_string($_GET[$key]), ENT_QUOTES)));
    	}
    }
    

    You have been a fantastic help in this project. Thank you for your timely responses and wonderful feedback. How may I credit you in the credit roll of this project?
  2. In Topic: Warning: stripslashes() expects parameter 1 to be string, array given

    Posted 9 Nov 2013

    Warning: array_map() [function.array-map]: Argument #2 should be an array in

    attempting that throws me this error at log in. perhaps my $_POST is sometimes an array but not always?
  3. In Topic: What's your college

    Posted 28 Aug 2013

    I am currently attending college at Lord Fairfax Community College. I find the library computers here exceedingly useful at giving a slight buff to the amount of web traffic to my current website project CrowdGather which makes me wonder if any of the other users of this forum either A. attend college at LFCC also, or B. Use the computers at the library on their campus to boost site visits to their webpages. Any takers on this? :donatello:
  4. In Topic: Which Blog Platform To Use

    Posted 26 Jul 2012

    I use google blogger for my blog and it works great. Importantly, my blog get special treatment from google bot because they are common beings and therefore all of the links from my blogs to my web sites earns me SEO extra credit.

    That reason alone is a good enough reason for me, and the fact that it works great for all of my blogging needs is an additional plus.

    If you would like to see a sample of my blog to see how my platform performs simply Click!
  5. In Topic: I am trying to get to the top of search engines

    Posted 4 Jul 2012

    Wow you really are a dic head dude! I am simply attempting to make a journal of my process through figuring this subject out and your just posting really dic headed comments the whole way through. In case you haven't realized the purpose of my topic is for people who, like me, are beginning to investigate the workings of SEO. If you are so high and mighty then it is apparent you are not in any need of this topic so for that reason please kindly remove yourself from it! Removal, okay so this gets me on topic for my original intent to post here this moment, Google web development tools also includes a tool that allows you to remove listings from the search results page. This should be done when your website or content has been removed or changed. It can be strange having a link posted at the top of the search results and when someone clicks it they find nothing there, or something not related to the search query because you decided to change subjects. When you use the removal tool you will find that it does require a review from google however this is done rather quickly. So from my experience in all of this I have found that it is wise to first begin with a keyword optimization for a keyword that is essentially specifically yourself, your dot com address, your full name, something like that. This will get you to the top of google quickly unless you happen to share a full name with someone famous, then you may change it up slightly to have for yourself a unique keyword. Now that you have gotten listed with this, use the removal tool after your website update and begin optimizing a slightly more general set of keywords. The main key to optimization is content, so the more content your page contains the more general of a keyword you will be able to optimize. If you care to learn more details about this you can like us on Facebook

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