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Subject:begin
Summary:begin class
Messages:4
Author:Sandro
Date:2009-08-12 14:30:09
Update:2009-08-13 16:36:44
 

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Picture of Sandro Sandro - 2009-08-12 14:30:10
Hi,

I'm a braziliam trainee in PHP.
I write litle bad in english. Sorry !
In my browser, when I execute your example, nothing happened.
Is necessary another code to use classes ?

Thanks

Sandro

PS: Is wonderful yor picture with yor son. I'm father too of 3 ... rsrs

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Picture of Jon Gjengset Jon Gjengset - 2009-08-12 18:48:02 - In reply to message 1 from Sandro
Hi!

You should not need any other classes... Does your script produce any error output?

It is actually my brother, not my son... =P

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Picture of Sandro Sandro - 2009-08-13 13:42:06 - In reply to message 2 from Jon Gjengset
Good morning,

The screen stay white. No messages of error, bat in PHP, when occurs other erros, some times the screen stay white of same appearance.
To use your class, is simply to copy the two files, to joinner and execute, or is necessary another step or code ?

thanks

Sandro

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Picture of Jon Gjengset Jon Gjengset - 2009-08-13 16:36:44 - In reply to message 3 from Sandro
You need the RemoteForm class, the Browser class and the example file. Try putting in error_reporting ( E_ALL ); in top of the example file, and see what happens...

 
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