I've made this HTTP lib to simplify HTTP requests, mainly when dealing about POST data or file uploads.
Three functions are available:
string _HTTP_Get ( string $sURL ) string _HTTP_Post ( string $sURL , string $sPostData ) string _HTTP_Upload ( string $sURL , string $sFilePath , string $sFileField , string $sPostData = '' , string $sFilename = Default) Additionaly, two helper functions are also available:
URLEncode($sStr) URLDecode($sStr) Full documentation: https://github.com/jesobreira/HTTP.au3/blob/master/README.md
Fork me on Github: https://github.com/jesobreira/HTTP.au3
Download lib + docs: https://github.com/jesobreira/HTTP.au3/archive/master.zip
I changed my website's login page yesterday. In that file, i used header() function to redirect user from login page to error page.
But now my script (use WinHttpObj library) can't work. But if i change the login page to old page (without redirect) then my script works
How can i fix that?
I've been away for a while, working on one thing or another... Recently it's been StyleCI, The PHP Coding Style Service.
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I have a register page. when i click register, it's will insert information to database.
But if i refresh the page, the script just continues and insert the information to database again
How can i fix it?
This is not a request for sample code.
I was looking at one of my AutoIt projects, and my browser was open on a WordPress site we use and a thought occurred: Has anyone tried to use AutoIt as a front end (GUI), with the data read to/from WordPress and the result displayed in the AutoIt GUI?
Simple example would be a kind of online calendar. Would require a WordPress plugin. Kind of thing Outlook has. Except, all the calendaring is done in the background by WordPress, and the result read/modified/written by AutoIt using PHP to the WordPress database (MySQL).
I suspect in addition to AutoIt, one needs substantial HTML, SQL and PHP skills.
Has anyone perhaps attempted this? Am I wasting my time? If I can get the calendar working, I have the simplicity and speed of AutoIt available immediately, with the online database/calendar capabilities of WordPress.
All thoughts and comments very welcome.