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I need my script to be able to read an ini on my free web host, heres the script.

News Module
Created by me =D

#include <GUIConstants.au3>

GUICreate("News Module", "200", "200")
$mainpw = iniread("blizzstuff.t35.com/News.ini", "Main", "Password", "None")
$write = GuiCtrlCreateButton("Write", 10, 10, 40, 40, $BS_ICON)
GUICtrlSetImage(-1, "wi0054-48.ico", -1)
$up = GuiCtrlCreateButton("Upadte", 50, 10, 40, 40, $BS_ICON)
GuiCtrlSetImage(-1, "wi0064-48.ico", -1)
$list = guictrlcreatelist("Click the update button", 10, 50, 150, 150)
$set = ""

While 1
    $msg = GUIGetMsg()
        Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
        Case $msg = $write
        Case $msg = $up

Func _Password()
$UserPw = InputBox("Password", "Please enter password", "Password")
if $UserPw = $mainpw Then
$news = InputBox("News module", "Please insert news you would like others to see.")
inidelete("blizzstuff.t35.com.com/News.ini", "main", "News")
iniwrite("blizzstuff.t35.com/News.ini", "Main", "News", $news)

Func _Update()
$news2 = iniread("blizzstuff.t35.com/News.ini", "Main", "News", "none")
guictrlsetdata($list, $news2)

now i just need some help, and i tred the search thingy ma bobber

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Try downloading the INI file into the temp folder first. :)

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crazy code!

a) to even read the ini, it needs to be publicly accessible, and it has a password in it.

B) you cannot write to an ini file over the web, not by regular methods.

c) you cannot delete sections in an ini file over the web, see B).


You could read the news from there. But read only. This..

GUICreate("News Module", "200", "200")
InetGet("http://blizzstuff.t35.com/News.ini", "C:\news.ini")
$mainpw = iniread("C:\news.ini", "main", "password", "none")
MsgBox(64, "password", $mainpw, 10)

Displays a dialog with your (publicly accessible) password in it.

Works fine.


[edit]sheesh! I need to learn to spell![/edit]

Edited by mr.underperson

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