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When starting a new thread, indicate which programming language in title

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Peo

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To make it clearer what type of programming language you are having problems with or wish to know more about, please mention it in the subject of your thread.

For instance:

"PHP - Need help installing guestbook"

If you don't know which programming language to use, or it's a general question not related to a specific language, write for instance:

"OTHER - Need help installing guestbook"

Thanks to Phyxisus for this idea. As usual, please let me know if you have any questions or suggestions about this.
 

Cagez

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Yeah, this would really help!

Whenever I do my threads, I prefix it with the language in square braces, like
PHP:
 My subject

Anywho, this id a good idea :)
 

gary7

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Uhm, how do I start a new thread??? Could you manually switch this to it's own thread??? I'm trying to install a php/javascript/html program on my website. I can't figure out how to make the files appear on the internet. The system says it's cpanel. I have no experience with this setup. How do I get the index.php show up on my public website? The file names are url_form.xxx, javascript.js, style.css, index.php and, phproxy.class.php. What folder do I put them in? The system already has an index.php which I suppose handles my website interface. Can I have two index.php files without overwritting the original??? Do I put the second index.php in another folder??? Does my website need the original index.php to function under Cpanel 9(?)?The website/cpanel has a public_html folder. Do I move my various files into this one?
I couldn't get the Wyse Winterm to be recognized by my website's cpanel file manager. Fortunately, I have access to a real computer. Does anyone know how to setup files to run under cpanel???
 

CAWUnited.com

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gary7 said:
Uhm, how do I start a new thread??? Could you manually switch this to it's own thread??? I'm trying to install a php/javascript/html program on my website. I can't figure out how to make the files appear on the internet. The system says it's cpanel. I have no experience with this setup. How do I get the index.php show up on my public website? The file names are url_form.xxx, javascript.js, style.css, index.php and, phproxy.class.php. What folder do I put them in? The system already has an index.php which I suppose handles my website interface. Can I have two index.php files without overwritting the original??? Do I put the second index.php in another folder??? Does my website need the original index.php to function under Cpanel 9(?)?The website/cpanel has a public_html folder. Do I move my various files into this one?
I couldn't get the Wyse Winterm to be recognized by my website's cpanel file manager. Fortunately, I have access to a real computer. Does anyone know how to setup files to run under cpanel???
http://freewebspace.net/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=18

Click on the New Thread Button right above the text: "Threads in Forum: Programming Help"
 
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