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I'm totally up to speed now!  Thanks a TON!
I'm in the process of editing my pages. For the most part, it's going okay, but there's this one script I have that completely stopped working.  It's a page with a very small script I use for my art galleries and it allows me to display images and titles to that page without creating a new HTML page for every last image.

It starts off with this:

if ($_REQUEST['srcs']) {

And the second part is this:
<img src="<?=$_REQUEST['srcs']?>">

It worked just dandy before the server moved, but now any image I load on that page is broken and adding "php" to the request code in the URL isn't doing anything but giving me errors for the "=" in it.  I get rid of the "=" and it's back to the broken image.  I checked the image properties and it asks for that exact url instead of the url for the image I called for.

Is there a possible solution to this? Thanks in advance! <3

Announcements / Re: Welcome to Arclight!
November 16, 2007, 06:57:53 AM
I don't quite understand what you meant about the PHP.  So, like, instead of <? include("head.php") ?> like I have on my pages, it has to be <?php include("head.php") ?> ?   That's pretty doable. *thumbs up*

However, I'm having a hard time logging in.  The account management page says I have a bad password and I get errors when I try to login via WinSCP and Filezilla's SFTP thingy.  I tried the "www" addon, but that didn't work.   I was pretty sure I had the same password the entire several years I was here.  Are these two things related?  I'm a Phase 1 user so I don't know if the account management page is usable to phase 1 users.

I haven't noticed any slowdowns. My ISP oversold it's service months ago and everythin runs slow for me!   ;D
Hosting Q&A / Regarding
March 08, 2007, 04:02:02 AM
I apologize wholelly  for this.

Question, though: Is it just the sketchblog directory?  I've ran two kinds of sketchblogs- a FusionNews one I've had running for a little over a year now, and a Blogger I've installed recently before the recent disable.  I believe the FusionNews is the one that's causing the problems since it was in the sketchblog directory (and it seems to be a magnet for spambot comments).  That folder is already deleted now, and if the same thing is happening in the "rarebox" folder,  I'll have it archived in my hard drive and deleted ASAP or disable comments if it's the only problem.

If the Blogger is causing problems too,  (it's running on my front page now), I'll take that down as well.

And Gmail is poop.
Announcements / PHP/MySQL Temporarily Offline
May 22, 2006, 03:50:37 AM
I've managed to fix everything within my site except the gallery itself which has errors pointing to the two lines below, and there's apparantly no upgrades for it.

copy("{$mainURL}img.php?dir=".rawurlencode($_GET['dir'])."&file=".rawurlencode($file), $fileT);       copy("{$mainURL}img.php?dir=".rawurlencode($_GET['dir'])."&w={$image_size}&file=".rawurlencode($file), $fileN);

I did speak to someone familiar with this stuff and he told me that the way to fix this kind of thing was to "enable 'fopen wrappers' in the PHP configuration"

Would there be a security risk in doing that?  I could always look for another image archival script, though it took me three months to find this current one which doesnt make use of MySQL or a ton of confusing files to operate.
Announcements / PHP/MySQL Temporarily Offline
May 15, 2006, 12:11:16 AM
Ah!  I understand!

The include tags I used would have the whole http-yaddayadda url to avoid directory confusion.  I can clean that up real easy.  Thanks!
Announcements / Status, Plans, and Questions...
May 14, 2006, 08:40:02 AM
Whenever you're ready to do it.  I have many backups of my site

FTP (though i have used SCP with my last host and had no problems with it)
I think thats about it for what I use.

as for SQL, I was always afraid to use it, despite not having things like forums and oekakis on my site because they required that, but ive done well without it and would opt for SQLite or bust

I'm easilly adaptable to anything as long as its not a one-file-per-upload thing. ;D

Can't think of anything, really.

I LOVE the service here.  everything loads well, runs efficiently, and keeps running strong hack after hack, which of course does this well thanks to your adminship which you said not to rate
Announcements / PHP/MySQL Temporarily Offline
May 14, 2006, 08:15:45 AM
I've been getting the following errors on some of my PHP pages which used to work fine until just recently, usually when I code an Include tag to a file that has another include tag on it.

Warning: copy() [function.copy]: URL file-access is disabled in the server configuration in /home/cammiluna/public_html/rarebox/gallery/index.php on line 50

I was able to fix some of the errors by making several copies of my header and footer tags for the necessary subdirectories, but now my gallery script is affected when I update the content.

Is this an issue with PHP that could be fixed or will it be permanent due to the  SQL upgrade?