Jeff

Jeff

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114 weeks ago @ phpAddedit Form Generator - phpAddedit Form Generator · 0 replies · +1 points

I am not actively supporting this project but I'll try to help if I can. Based on your description, it sounds like the script is not finding any tables in your database. The most logical reason for this would be that your configuration file has some problem - either the database name, database host, database username, or database password are not correct. You can try to change some or all of the debug variables in that same script (config.php) to true and see what messages are displayed.

126 weeks ago @ phpAddedit Form Generator - phpAddedit Form Generator · 0 replies · +1 points

Charles, I am sorry but I have stopped using this software myself and thus no longer actively support it. I used to have a demo but I have disabled it for several reasons. Your step 4 error makes sense if you were unable to actually select a table in step 3 but why that is the case I have no idea and since I don't have a working copy to test with, I cannot be of much help. Sorry. As for the second comment/question, no the software cannot create any tables, merely work with existing ones. The main reason to use this is to work with two tables (most form builders only work with one) but it does assume you already have two tables you wish to work with. If you don't have any, that might explain your step 3 problem. In general, I recommend phpMyAdmin for creating and editing tables as an administrator. Check it out if you aren't already using it.

130 weeks ago @ phpAddedit Form Generator - phpAddedit Form Generator · 0 replies · +1 points

I cannot be sure without more details, but generally that code refers to the tables you selected in a prior setup step. Did you actually select a table or tables? If so, how many?

203 weeks ago @ Lengthy Travel - Selecting and Reviewin... · 0 replies · +1 points

No, it won't qualify as a carry on bag - though I have never tried so maybe if you get an agent that isn't strict... that top loading part cannot really detach, but if you underpack you can sort of squish it down. In that case I think the dimensions would still not qualify, but I am not sure.

209 weeks ago @ Lengthy Travel - Staying Connected in J... · 0 replies · +1 points

The service I used and loved (and discussed) was Wi2, which I mentioned in another comment seems to have discontinued their cheap monthly plan. But, it seems they have replaced it with the same access re-branded as Travel Japan Wi-Fi. The site isn't 100% clear, but it seems you can get premium access codes for free from a variety of partners they have. Check it out at: http://wi2.co.jp/tjw/english.html

214 weeks ago @ Lengthy Travel - Thoughts on Learning t... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks for the suggestion. I have an iPhone. I see that app does exist for iOS, but the reviews aren't very good (2.5 stars) so I wonder if it is worth the effort...

214 weeks ago @ Lengthy Travel - My Travel Costs in Sou... · 0 replies · +1 points

Sorry, I really don't remember those details, but I always rented a room in a shared apartment and I am sure the price was competitive or less than a hostel alternative. Have a great trip.

214 weeks ago @ Lengthy Travel - My Travel Costs in Sou... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks for the update - I wasn't aware of that change.

216 weeks ago @ Lengthy Travel - My Travel Costs in Sou... · 2 replies · +1 points

Argentina only charges at the airport if you fly in. It isn't a visa fee. So, want to avoid paying, fly into a different country and enter Argentina by land. Have a good trip.

217 weeks ago @ Lengthy Travel - My Latest Backpack: An... · 0 replies · +1 points

Unfortunately, no there is not really a good way of securing a day pack.