There's a setting in php.ini: zlib.output_compression = xxx
If it is set to "On", php will bzip the output of scripts so that there is
less data to transfer to the client.
I found that this setting is quite useful especially on slow connections,
but I have a slight problem with it: it also compresses output of scripts
which generate pdf files. While Mozilla / Firefox handles this well, IE
simply fails to show the document.
Is there any way to tell PHP not to compress output of certain scripts. Is
there a command for that?
Should I always YUI or GZIP text files in my site or only when they exceed a certain size? Since the decompression takes some time as well I thought that if the files are small they should only be mified...is that correct?
How do you simply output the current url in the browser i.e if i am in google.com I want google.com outputted and so on.Also on multilanguage sites if my url is say www.mydomain.com/en/about.html or www.mydomain.com/en/animals/horses/racehorses/stallions.html I want to be able to manipulate the url so I can change en to fr for example when I jump between english and french pages. I want users to be able to switch the language of that particular page by clicking a link. I need to be able to switch segment one of the url (en,fr,de etc...)dynamically somehow instead of hardcoding a link into each page.
I have a html form that is submitted with a submit button code...
if I display the output using the alert methods(now commented out) they work fine. I was hoping to display my messages in the div with id of output. When that didn't work I tried to see if I could send anything to the div. When I click the submit button the message "WTF" appears for at most half a second. I'm hoping to get it to stick around. I'm sure it has something to do with how form submission works. Maybe I need to submit to the same page? can I do that with JS?
This code works successfully, however the outputted message looks boring and unprofessional.
This appears with a plain grey border around it: "You cannot upload without first logging in. If you have not already logged in, please do that first." How do you add attributes to those script lines? And the border too?
the loop is for items ordered in a shopping cart. they are displayed as rows of a table. all i need to do is get the same data into an ASP array to use on the next page, specificaly the +theitem+ and +thenumber+ variables. Code:
I need to take text from a database, turn it into a barcode from the Web and print to a Zebra Z4M barcode printer. I am stuck at two separate approaches.
1. Use ZPL II (Zebra's proprietary language to command the printer) which is executed at a DOS Prompt with "COPY BarCode.txt LPT1" Is there any way to run that from the web. Also, is there any other method of sending the information in the text file to the printer?
2. Use some sort of ActiveX object to compile a barcode label image, then use another ActiveX object to remove the Header/Footer and Margins from the IE printout. I have found ActiveX objects that can compile the image, but have not found anything to block out the Header/Footer and Margins.
Is there a way to capture the html output of that script and save it to a variable or text file so that I can use a language like php to parse it and look for certain words or phrases?
I've got the following page below. Instead of the function writing to textfields, I want to write to span tags, which will be blank to start out with, then populate with the data after the function runs. This should be simple, but I'm not getting the syntax right for some reason. Here's the page: Code:
I have a variable which contains a string of html that I wish to output into a content div on the click of a button.I can toggle the content of the div with the string above, but I wish to include the ability to parse that string before output, so I can translate its language before its output.I can easily do this once the html is output into the content div using the JS HTML DOM, but due to this conversion not being instant I'm looking into ways of translating this text before it is output, so changing the string stored in the variable html.
Here's my code: