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I noticed that many websites has a script to detect ISP address. I got and
idea that it could be nice to write a script which would redirect members to
a dedicated webpage after detecting their ISP address .On that webpage I
would live a personal greeting or a message for my member. Unfortunately I
am not a script writer, so maybe somebody would do it for me ? Your help
will be appreciated. Thank You.
Jul 23 '05 #1
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Andy wrote:
I noticed that many websites has a script to detect ISP address. I got and
idea that it could be nice to write a script which would redirect members to
a dedicated webpage after detecting their ISP address .On that webpage I
would live a personal greeting or a message for my member. Unfortunately I
am not a script writer, so maybe somebody would do it for me ? Your help
will be appreciated. Thank You.


First off, ip addresses often change (sometimes in the same connection,
with proxies) and are not a reliable way to track users. Try cookies.

If you're not a script writer, you may want to first learn the basics of
programming and php.

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Jason Morehouse
Vendorama - The evolution of e-commerce
http://www.vendorama.com
Jul 23 '05 #2

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Jason Morehouse wrote:
If you're not a script writer, you may want to first learn the basics of
programming and php.


Sorry, I thought I was in the PHP user group :)

Nonetheless.

--
Jason Morehouse
Vendorama - The evolution of e-commerce
http://www.vendorama.com
Jul 23 '05 #3

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"Jason Morehouse" <jm@rm.spam-vendorama.com> wrote in message
news:PA*******************@news20.bellglobal.com.. .
Jason Morehouse wrote:
If you're not a script writer, you may want to first learn the basics of
programming and php.


Sorry, I thought I was in the PHP user group :)

Nonetheless.

--
Jason Morehouse
Vendorama - The evolution of e-commerce
http://www.vendorama.com

OK. Thank you for info.
Jul 23 '05 #4

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