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fyi
My new blog on bits and pieces of PHP coding.

http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/

Have used all of them. Hope they're as useful to others:

Use PHP to track email sender from your web site
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...from-your.html

Using PHP to solve the session_start() Error
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...art-error.html

Using PHP to read posted form data
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...form-data.html

Using PHP to add to strings or join string with string.
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...s-or-join.html

Using PHP to check if a form has been submitted
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...-has-been.html

Using PHP to find Out if a Nummber is Odd or Even
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...er-is-odd.html

The complete listcan be found here: http://webflexing.com/

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On Jun 3, 5:58 pm, f...@craft2style.com wrote:
My new blog on bits and pieces of PHP coding.

http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/

Have used all of them. Hope they're as useful to others:

Use PHP to track email sender from your web sitehttp://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/2008/06/use-php-to-track-email-send...

Using PHP to solve the session_start() Errorhttp://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/2008/05/using-php-to-solve-sessions...
Sorry - not very impressed. The first two fail to address the problem
they claim to solve, the HTML code is invalid - possibly through
upload to your CMS, and the PHP is badly formatted (again possibly for
the same reason).

Regarding the email thing - there's nothing here which can't be
spoofed.

Your session fix only deals with a small set of scenarios, there's a
whole list of things you didn;t mention - like adopting a style of not
terminating <?php in include files, checking for BOM markers, checking
for auto-includes....

C.
Jun 27 '08 #2

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fyi
On Jun 4, 2:00*am, "C. (http://symcbean.blogspot.com/)"
<colin.mckin...@gmail.comwrote:
On Jun 3, 5:58 pm, f...@craft2style.com wrote:
My new blog on bits and pieces of PHP coding.
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/
Have used all of them. Hope they're as useful to others:
Use PHP to track email sender from your web sitehttp://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/2008/06/use-php-to-track-email-send...
Using PHP to solve the session_start() Errorhttp://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/2008/05/using-php-to-solve-sessions...

Sorry - not very impressed. The first two fail to address the problem
they claim to solve, the HTML code is invalid - possibly through
upload to your CMS, and the PHP is badly formatted (again possibly for
the same reason).

Regarding the email thing - there's nothing here which can't be
spoofed.

Your session fix only deals with a small set of scenarios, there's a
whole list of things you didn;t mention - like adopting a style of not
terminating <?php in include files, checking for BOM markers, checking
for auto-includes....

C.
Have notice the html codes caused by uploading errors. Will correct
that.
Other than that, all the scriptings are extracts and are currently
working on actual web sites running on Windows servers.
As for the solve all scenarios fixes that you commented, please note
that the title of the blog is "BITS & PIECES php" and NOT Php
Encyclopedia! Dah!!!???!!!

The email solution is only one aspect that concisely explained here.
For you information, it has been useful to preventing, reporting
control spamming in actual circumstances. As for the other commonly
applied solution of entering graphic generated code, that will be
another blogging entry.

There're many ways to views and present solutions to problems. Being
concise is definitely a better approach than throwing unrequired
information in unwanted directions.

Jun 27 '08 #3

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fy*@craft2style.com wrote:
My new blog on bits and pieces of PHP coding.
Sheesh. All we need is another example of lousy PHP programming practices:
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/

Have used all of them. Hope they're as useful to others:

Use PHP to track email sender from your web site
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...from-your.html
HTTP_REFERER and HTTP_USER_AGENT are both easily forged - and probably
would be by a spammer. This adds no security.
Using PHP to solve the session_start() Error
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...art-error.html
Hiding the problem with ob_start() instead of fixing it. The bug is
still there - you've just added additional overhead to the server.
Using PHP to read posted form data
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...form-data.html
Nothing wrong with this - but even someone with only 2 days of PHP
programming experience can do this.
Using PHP to add to strings or join string with string.
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...s-or-join.html
Again, very simple. And a better way would have been to use the .=
operator.
Using PHP to check if a form has been submitted
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...-has-been.html
You forgot to mention the button had better be named 'submit' - or this
will fail. Like the $_POST above, too simple to even be worth mentioning.
Using PHP to find Out if a Nummber is Odd or Even
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...er-is-odd.html
One way to do it - but only works with even/odd. The modulus operator
is another way - and can tell you if the number is divisible by ANY
other number. Save the bit manipulation for bit operations.

The complete listcan be found here: http://webflexing.com/
This list is enough. Do everyone a favor and take it down. And as this
code is running on Windows servers (as you mention in another post), I'd
suggest you learn how to code properly before writing any more. And
then go back and fix the problems here.
--
==================
Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
js*******@attglobal.net
==================
Jun 27 '08 #4

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fyi
On Jun 4, 11:47*am, Jerry Stuckle <jstuck...@attglobal.netwrote:
f...@craft2style.com wrote:
My new blog on bits and pieces of PHP coding.

Sheesh. *All we need is another example of lousy PHP programming practices:
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/
Have used all of them. Hope they're as useful to others:
Use PHP to track email sender from your web site
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...ack-email-send...

HTTP_REFERER and HTTP_USER_AGENT are both easily forged - and probably
would be by a spammer. *This adds no security.
Using PHP to solve the session_start() Error
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...solve-sessions...

Hiding the problem with ob_start() instead of fixing it. *The bug is
still there - you've just added additional overhead to the server.
Using PHP to read posted form data
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...read-posted-fo...

Nothing wrong with this - but even someone with only 2 days of PHP
programming experience can do this.
Using PHP to add to strings or join string with string.
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...add-to-strings...

Again, very simple. *And a better way would have been to use the .=
operator.
Using PHP to check if a form has been submitted
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...check-is-form-...

You forgot to mention the button had better be named 'submit' - or this
will fail. *Like the $_POST above, too simple to even be worth mentioning.
Using PHP to find Out if a Nummber is Odd or Even
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...find-out-if-nu...

One way to do it - but only works with even/odd. *The modulus operator
is another way - and can tell you if the number is divisible by ANY
other number. *Save the bit manipulation for bit operations.
The complete listcan be found here:http://webflexing.com/

This list is enough. *Do everyone a favor and take it down. *And as this
code is running on Windows servers (as you mention in another post), I'd
suggest you learn how to code properly before writing any more. *And
then go back and fix the problems here.

--
==================
Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
jstuck...@attglobal.net
==================
Such arrogance is often found in many IT people.

fyi no matter how simple the solution is, it will always be useful
when you need it. I may not be a full time php coder, the 5 sites I
maintain run on 100% efficiently for the past 7 years. Mostly because
I know what my readers and audiences want.

A good coder with a lousy attitude has no audiences. I suggest you
learn your people skills before making any more postings. Or are you
one those who have no friends to start with? Maybe that explains why
the self-righteous, I know-it-all egocentric remarks.

Wake up, the web is not all about lengthy writeups by so called
experts. Information has to be right there at that instance when you
need it. Not everybody wants to read long and tedious report written
by egotists.

I have ommitted a few details to make the writeups more concise and
short. These are intuitive ommissions such as "Submit" being the
submit button. Dah???!!! But then an egocentric person will probably
missed that, he will be more interested in pointing out the 'mistakes'
in justifying his own self-worth. Pathetic.

Jun 27 '08 #5

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fy*@craft2style.com wrote:
My new blog on bits and pieces of PHP coding.

http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/

Have used all of them. Hope they're as useful to others:

Use PHP to track email sender from your web site
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...from-your.html

Using PHP to solve the session_start() Error
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...art-error.html

Using PHP to read posted form data
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...form-data.html

Using PHP to add to strings or join string with string.
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...s-or-join.html

Using PHP to check if a form has been submitted
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...-has-been.html

Using PHP to find Out if a Nummber is Odd or Even
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...er-is-odd.html

The complete listcan be found here: http://webflexing.com/
I suppose your intentions are good, but you would have been better off
just linking to appropriate pages of the PHP docs, so people can get
more accurate and complete information.

You say your info is concise, but if you think about it from A) a
first-day-beginner's perspective, none of this will be useful, or will
be covered in one or two tutorials *in context* of doing something
useful; B) someone's perspective, who has even a little experience
will already know most, if not all, of this.

So, for the most part, your info is mostly incomplete or not really
helpful.

--
Curtis
Jun 27 '08 #6

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fyi
On Jun 4, 3:05*pm, Curtis <zer0d...@verizon.netwrote:
f...@craft2style.com wrote:
My new blog on bits and pieces of PHP coding.
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/
Have used all of them. Hope they're as useful to others:
Use PHP to track email sender from your web site
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...ack-email-send...
Using PHP to solve the session_start() Error
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...solve-sessions...
Using PHP to read posted form data
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...read-posted-fo...
Using PHP to add to strings or join string with string.
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...add-to-strings...
Using PHP to check if a form has been submitted
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...check-is-form-...
Using PHP to find Out if a Nummber is Odd or Even
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...find-out-if-nu...
The complete listcan be found here:http://webflexing.com/

I suppose your intentions are good, but you would have been better off
just linking to appropriate pages of the PHP docs, so people can get
more accurate and complete information.

You say your info is concise, but if you think about it from A) a
first-day-beginner's perspective, none of this will be useful, or will
be covered in one or two tutorials *in context* of doing something
useful; B) someone's perspective, who has even a little experience
will already know most, if not all, of this.

So, for the most part, your info is mostly incomplete or not really
helpful.

--
Curtis- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
Your A & B do not include every PHP users. There're those experienced
programmers who make the switch to PHP. Also, there're others who do
php programming every now and then and, who require concise reference
at hand.

In the development of these blog postings, the intention is not to
present myself as experts in php. The php writeups are meant as
reminders and references for myself and others like myself. For all I
know the php experts here may or may not have an impressive php site
to showcase their expertise with sustainable viewerships to booast
about. How good or how lousy a php coder they are, nobody know. And I
don't care. I am more concerned with the usability of information that
is presented to my target audiences. Php is not my bread and butter
nor my core interest. Database design is.

What I do not understand is why should it be anyone concern how I
write and post my articles? Who the one calling the shot here?

Let face it you "experts" saw someone with a crafting site and thought
you can bully a woman into submitting to your egocentric behaviors. So
EXPERTS, let us have a look at your wonderful php sites. Or is it the
one here: http://www.jdscomputer.net/default.htm
Jun 27 '08 #7

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fy*@craft2style.com wrote:
On Jun 4, 11:47 am, Jerry Stuckle <jstuck...@attglobal.netwrote:
>f...@craft2style.com wrote:
>>My new blog on bits and pieces of PHP coding.
Sheesh. All we need is another example of lousy PHP programming practices:
>>http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/
Have used all of them. Hope they're as useful to others:
Use PHP to track email sender from your web site
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...ack-email-send...
HTTP_REFERER and HTTP_USER_AGENT are both easily forged - and probably
would be by a spammer. This adds no security.
>>Using PHP to solve the session_start() Error
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...solve-sessions...
Hiding the problem with ob_start() instead of fixing it. The bug is
still there - you've just added additional overhead to the server.
>>Using PHP to read posted form data
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...read-posted-fo...
Nothing wrong with this - but even someone with only 2 days of PHP
programming experience can do this.
>>Using PHP to add to strings or join string with string.
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...add-to-strings...
Again, very simple. And a better way would have been to use the .=
operator.
>>Using PHP to check if a form has been submitted
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...check-is-form-...
You forgot to mention the button had better be named 'submit' - or this
will fail. Like the $_POST above, too simple to even be worth mentioning.
>>Using PHP to find Out if a Nummber is Odd or Even
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...find-out-if-nu...
One way to do it - but only works with even/odd. The modulus operator
is another way - and can tell you if the number is divisible by ANY
other number. Save the bit manipulation for bit operations.
>>The complete listcan be found here:http://webflexing.com/
This list is enough. Do everyone a favor and take it down. And as this
code is running on Windows servers (as you mention in another post), I'd
suggest you learn how to code properly before writing any more. And
then go back and fix the problems here.

--
==================
Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
jstuck...@attglobal.net
==================

Such arrogance is often found in many IT people.

fyi no matter how simple the solution is, it will always be useful
when you need it. I may not be a full time php coder, the 5 sites I
maintain run on 100% efficiently for the past 7 years. Mostly because
I know what my readers and audiences want.

A good coder with a lousy attitude has no audiences. I suggest you
learn your people skills before making any more postings. Or are you
one those who have no friends to start with? Maybe that explains why
the self-righteous, I know-it-all egocentric remarks.

Wake up, the web is not all about lengthy writeups by so called
experts. Information has to be right there at that instance when you
need it. Not everybody wants to read long and tedious report written
by egotists.

I have ommitted a few details to make the writeups more concise and
short. These are intuitive ommissions such as "Submit" being the
submit button. Dah???!!! But then an egocentric person will probably
missed that, he will be more interested in pointing out the 'mistakes'
in justifying his own self-worth. Pathetic.
Wake up, idiot. There are some people out there who claim PHP isn't a
serious language because of all the crap code out there. You've just
proven their point once again.

And for your information - no, I'm not a full time PHP coder, either - I
do other things. But I've also been programming for over 40 years. And
I know bad code when I see it.

This is some of the worst.

But like any troll - I pointed out the weaknesses in your code. And you
come back with ad hominem attacks.

--
==================
Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
js*******@attglobal.net
==================
Jun 27 '08 #8

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Jerry Stuckle <js*******@attglobal.netwrote:
>
Wake up, idiot. There are some people out there who claim PHP isn't a
serious language because of all the crap code out there. You've just
proven their point once again.
I have to say that this agrees with my experience. I am, admittedly, a
huge Python fan, but I started to look into PHP because I had to support an
existing web site, and I liked it.

I learn best by example, so I went looking for examples. Statistically
speaking, it's just an unfortunate fact that a huge percentage of the
sample PHP code on the web is just poorly structured schlock code. Now, it
is certainly possible to write well-structured PHP code (and I've seen some
of that as well), but it appears that most people simply do not do so.

My theory is that PHP is a victim of its own good design. It is so easy to
write working PHP code that many non-programmers or beginning programmers
are encouraged to do so, without learning anything about programming
discipline.
--
Tim Roberts, ti**@probo.com
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.
Jun 27 '08 #9

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fy*@craft2style.com wrote:
On Jun 4, 3:05 pm, Curtis <zer0d...@verizon.netwrote:
>f...@craft2style.com wrote:
>>My new blog on bits and pieces of PHP coding.
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/
Have used all of them. Hope they're as useful to others:
Use PHP to track email sender from your web site
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...ack-email-send...
Using PHP to solve the session_start() Error
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...solve-sessions...
Using PHP to read posted form data
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...read-posted-fo...
Using PHP to add to strings or join string with string.
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...add-to-strings...
Using PHP to check if a form has been submitted
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...check-is-form-...
Using PHP to find Out if a Nummber is Odd or Even
http://bitspiecesphp.blogspot.com/20...find-out-if-nu...
The complete listcan be found here:http://webflexing.com/
I suppose your intentions are good, but you would have been better off
just linking to appropriate pages of the PHP docs, so people can get
more accurate and complete information.

You say your info is concise, but if you think about it from A) a
first-day-beginner's perspective, none of this will be useful, or will
be covered in one or two tutorials *in context* of doing something
useful; B) someone's perspective, who has even a little experience
will already know most, if not all, of this.

So, for the most part, your info is mostly incomplete or not really
helpful.

--
Curtis- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -

Your A & B do not include every PHP users. There're those experienced
programmers who make the switch to PHP. Also, there're others who do
php programming every now and then and, who require concise reference
at hand.
Right, but experienced programmers would know to simply look up
specific syntax, extensions, etc. in the docs. The benefit of using
the PHP docs is that they ARE concise, yet complete, unlike what you have.
In the development of these blog postings, the intention is not to
present myself as experts in php. The php writeups are meant as
reminders and references for myself and others like myself. For all I
know the php experts here may or may not have an impressive php site
to showcase their expertise with sustainable viewerships to booast
about. How good or how lousy a php coder they are, nobody know. And I
don't care. I am more concerned with the usability of information that
is presented to my target audiences. Php is not my bread and butter
nor my core interest. Database design is.
Many posters here, like Jerry have proven themselves many times over
by helping everybody. You don't need to be so defensive and condescending.
What I do not understand is why should it be anyone concern how I
write and post my articles? Who the one calling the shot here?
No, the real question is why you posted your blog here on the PUBLIC
newsgroup, comp.lang.php, when you didn't want any feedback or
critique from php experts. If the experts here tell you there's
something wrong, it's because they're trying to help you
correct/improve what you have; consider such things as a nice gesture.
Let face it you "experts" saw someone with a crafting site and thought
you can bully a woman into submitting to your egocentric behaviors. So
EXPERTS, let us have a look at your wonderful php sites. Or is it the
one here: http://www.jdscomputer.net/default.htm
You're not the only one who posts here with an accomplished web site,
and don't turn this into a sexist issue, that's just petty.

--
Curtis
Jun 27 '08 #10

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fy*@craft2style.com wrote:
>
Your A & B do not include every PHP users. There're those experienced
programmers who make the switch to PHP. Also, there're others who do
php programming every now and then and, who require concise reference
at hand.
No. But your postings will lead many new PHP users astray.
In the development of these blog postings, the intention is not to
present myself as experts in php. The php writeups are meant as
reminders and references for myself and others like myself. For all I
know the php experts here may or may not have an impressive php site
to showcase their expertise with sustainable viewerships to booast
about. How good or how lousy a php coder they are, nobody know. And I
don't care. I am more concerned with the usability of information that
is presented to my target audiences. Php is not my bread and butter
nor my core interest. Database design is.
All you've done is show your LACK of abilities in PHP. If that's what
you tried to do, then you excelled.
What I do not understand is why should it be anyone concern how I
write and post my articles? Who the one calling the shot here?
Because, as has been explained before - there are too many examples of
bad programming practices like you are showing available on the net.
And when people try to use this crap, many of them end up here asking
questions.

It also reflects poorly on the entire PHP community to have this junk in
public view.
Let face it you "experts" saw someone with a crafting site and thought
you can bully a woman into submitting to your egocentric behaviors. So
EXPERTS, let us have a look at your wonderful php sites. Or is it the
one here: http://www.jdscomputer.net/default.htm
This had nothing to do with you being a woman. I didn't even know you
are a woman (are you?). The only one making sexist comments is you.

And BTW - check again. That is not my website. I'm not even located
within 1,000 miles of Kansas.

But you're unable to see even the difference in the names.

--
==================
Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
js*******@attglobal.net
==================

Jun 27 '08 #11

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[chiming in a bit late, but what the hell]

On Wed, 4 Jun 2008 01:30:23 -0700 (PDT), fy*@craft2style.com wrote in
<65**********************************@z16g2000prn. googlegroups.com>:
>Let face it you "experts" saw someone with a crafting site and thought
you can bully a woman into submitting to your egocentric behaviors.
You're a woman? So what? I certainly didn't get any hint of gender
one way or the other from your email address, blog nickname
(WebFlexer) or anything you posted here. I doubt anyone else did
either, nor do I think they care. Code is code, regardless of who
wrote it.

On the other hand, you do seem to have a big chip on your shoulder. If
you post stuff like that in a forum where knowledgeable people hang
on, particularly on Usenet, you're going to be criticized. The only
variable is in how you decide to handle it. You've handled it badly.
--
Charles Calvert | Software Design/Development
Celtic Wolf, Inc. | Project Management
http://www.celticwolf.com/ | Technical Writing
(703) 580-0210 | Research
Jun 27 '08 #12

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In article
<65**********************************@z16g2000prn. googlegroups.com>,
fy*@craft2style.com () wrote:
Let face it you "experts" saw someone with a crafting site and
thought
you can bully a woman into submitting to your egocentric behaviors.
Another neophyte crybaby.

Welcome to Usenet, expect flame wars, whatever your gender.
Accept criticism, and move on. You'll get over it in time.
- Steve
Jun 28 '08 #13

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In article
<65**********************************@z16g2000prn. googlegroups.com>,
fy*@craft2style.com () wrote:
>Let face it you "experts" saw someone with a crafting site and
thought
you can bully a woman into submitting to your egocentric behaviors.

Another neophyte crybaby.
And 'only' another control freak would make such a comment. Get used to
it. You were a neophyte once too.

>
Welcome to Usenet, expect flame wars, whatever your gender.
Accept criticism, and move on. You'll get over it in time.
- Steve


Jun 28 '08 #14

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Twayne wrote:
>In article
<65**********************************@z16g2000prn .googlegroups.com>,
fy*@craft2style.com () wrote:
>>Let face it you "experts" saw someone with a crafting site and
thought
you can bully a woman into submitting to your egocentric behaviors.
Another neophyte crybaby.

And 'only' another control freak would make such a comment. Get used to
it. You were a neophyte once too.
Wrong answer. Intelligent neophytes accept criticism and work to make a
better job. Not here - the op argued with everyone who tried to help
her, then cried we bullied her.

In this case, the op is just a crybaby.
>
>Welcome to Usenet, expect flame wars, whatever your gender.
Accept criticism, and move on. You'll get over it in time.
- Steve



--
==================
Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
js*******@attglobal.net
==================
Jun 28 '08 #15

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In article <BGw9k.31$dz.19@trndny01>, no****@devnull.spamcop.net (Twayne)
wrote:
*Subject:* Re: Blog on PHP Bits & Pieces
*From:* "Twayne" <no****@devnull.spamcop.net>
*Date:* Sat, 28 Jun 2008 19:55:13 GMT
In article
<65**********************************@z16g2000prn. googlegroups.com>,
fy*@craft2style.com () wrote:
Let face it you "experts" saw someone with a crafting site and
thought
you can bully a woman into submitting to your egocentric
behaviors.

Another neophyte crybaby.

And 'only' another control freak would make such a comment. Get
used to it. You were a neophyte once too.
Absolutely :-)

That was way before google/google groups. I've been flamed and criticised,
I've come to expect it, especially if I say something stupid.

I'm no control freak, I don't have time to bang on about off topic
postings et al. Nor am I a web-site designer, So I can't be judged by the
quality of a website.

My point still stands though. Take criticism, and don't call it
'bullying'. If you advertise a website, expect it to be picked to pieces.
It happens.
>

Welcome to Usenet, expect flame wars, whatever your gender.
Accept criticism, and move on. You'll get over it in time.

- Steve
Jun 28 '08 #16

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