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Re: Auto Refresh

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Posted: 12 Days 6 Hours ago by: Anonymous

Not really, I think. I overlooked your statement that the info is _constantly_ changing, and thought it might be enough to generate a gif, just displaying some stuff. But then you could also convert the updated information constantly into a

Re: Auto Refresh

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Posted: 12 Days 11 Hours ago by: Retro Guy

Is this a live chat? Not sure if you're the same person asking about that recently. If so, maybe have the chat refresh, but to post have a "Post Message" button that reloads the page once to a static page with latest info, then when the

Re: Auto Refresh

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Posted: 12 Days 15 Hours ago by: Anonymous

That sounds interesting. Can an animated image be updated as it's, uh, animating? Yes, iframes should really be the last resort for any site, but in this case it may work.

Re: Auto Refresh

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Posted: 12 Days 23 Hours ago by: Anonymous

could you embed the updated information in animated images ? without js, i think iframes are the only way to achieve your goal, but iframes are best avoided.

Re: Auto Refresh

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Posted: 13 Days 1 Hour ago by: Anonymous

There is constantly changing information that the user needs, and it will be displayed on the same page. The information also needs to be displayed on the same page and can't be displayed on another page. I'll definitely try your idea.

Re: Auto Refresh

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Posted: 13 Days 2 Hours ago by: Anonymous

When you refresh, it just loads the page again. Whatever they typed will always be gone, it's like they clicked on the form again. An obvious question is why do you want to refresh a page with a form? Is this necessary? Why? Are you disp

Auto Refresh

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Posted: 13 Days 2 Hours ago by: Anonymous

I could use some help. I have a site where there's an input form that users will have to type and post in. I want to use an auto refresh, but when I try using a regular meta tag, everything that the users typed out in this form is gone if t

Re: Div Tag

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Posted: 20 Days 18 Hours ago by: Anonymous

Glad it works! Whatever you're working on sounds interesting, maybe you can share a link once you're ready if it's something you can share. php has a lot of functions so always good to try to handle something in php before doing it in t

Re: Div Tag

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Posted: 21 Days ago by: Anonymous

Thank you for the advice! I'm kind of new, so I didn't know what to do to sanitize user input. I used that and it worked. Thanks!

Re: Div Tag

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Posted: 21 Days 8 Hours ago by: Anonymous

Try using htmlspecialchars() <?php $new = htmlspecialchars("<a href='test'>Test</a>", ENT_QUOTES); echo $new; // &lt;a href=&#039;test&#039;&gt;Test&lt;/a&gt; which should display <a href='test'>Test</a> without messing up the page.

Div Tag

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Posted: 21 Days 17 Hours ago by: Anonymous

Hey. I need a bit of help. If there's user input on my website, then how do I make sure that a <div> or </div> tag doesn't ruin my website? I don't use JavaScript and I use PHP. It'd be very useful if you could give advice with ModSecurity

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