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I am using a PHP calendar with MySQL backend. For some reason, when you
click on an event in the calendar (which brings up a pop-up window),
there is a scrambled mess before the description. I have deleted the
tables and recreated them, but this has not solved the problem. Could
someone take a quick look at my site and help me out? It's at:
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/calendar

Thanks!
Ryan
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Jul 19 '05 #1
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"Ryan Sullivan" <rp******@yourrobe.wideopenwest.com> wrote in message
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I am using a PHP calendar with MySQL backend. For some reason, when you
click on an event in the calendar (which brings up a pop-up window),
there is a scrambled mess before the description. I have deleted the
tables and recreated them, but this has not solved the problem. Could
someone take a quick look at my site and help me out? It's at:
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/calendar

Thanks!
Ryan
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I think I can see the junk you are refering to - First off - you have a
table tag that is not closed correctly (you have /TABLE> instead of
</TABLE>).... Second, the junk you are getting - I was just wondering if it
had anything to do with a dynamic image being dumped and some partial header
or something? Or some debuging code that you have forgotten to remove?

I got a U some other character, followed by an F/TABLE>

Also... dunno if this might help some... I had a look at the source code of
the html behind
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/calendar/

and found that you use PHP SessionIDs...

<!-- form tags must be outside of <td> tags -->
<form name="monthYear"><input type="hidden" name="PHPSESSID"
value="f153c9852e05caca99442353bc05fedf" />

I'm wondering if you really wanted to have the /> at the end of the <INPUT>
tag?

Anyway... hope something above helps you...

laters
randelld
Jul 19 '05 #2

"Ryan Sullivan" <rp******@yourrobe.wideopenwest.com> wrote in message
news:a7********************@wideopenwest.com...
I am using a PHP calendar with MySQL backend. For some reason, when you
click on an event in the calendar (which brings up a pop-up window),
there is a scrambled mess before the description. I have deleted the
tables and recreated them, but this has not solved the problem. Could
someone take a quick look at my site and help me out? It's at:
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/calendar

Thanks!
Ryan
--
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I think I can see the junk you are refering to - First off - you have a
table tag that is not closed correctly (you have /TABLE> instead of
</TABLE>).... Second, the junk you are getting - I was just wondering if it
had anything to do with a dynamic image being dumped and some partial header
or something? Or some debuging code that you have forgotten to remove?

I got a U some other character, followed by an F/TABLE>

Also... dunno if this might help some... I had a look at the source code of
the html behind
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/calendar/

and found that you use PHP SessionIDs...

<!-- form tags must be outside of <td> tags -->
<form name="monthYear"><input type="hidden" name="PHPSESSID"
value="f153c9852e05caca99442353bc05fedf" />

I'm wondering if you really wanted to have the /> at the end of the <INPUT>
tag?

Anyway... hope something above helps you...

laters
randelld
Jul 19 '05 #3
Hi - this is the HTML code I saw in the popup window - seems that garbage is
being generated:

*--
<tr><td class="display_txt_bg">

<table cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="0" width="100%">

<tr>

<td><span class="display_txt">Pieces of April Premiere at the Arena Grand
Theater.</span></td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td align="right"><span class="display_user">Posted by: default user</td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td align="right"></td>

</tr>

UsF/table>
*garbage is here*

</td></tr>

</table>

*--

So I would suggest you check the php that is generating the html - seems
that something is getting mangled, as you say, but without viewing your php
code - its kinda hard to debug it from here .
mondo regards [Bill]
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"Ryan Sullivan" <rp******@yourrobe.wideopenwest.com> wrote in message
news:a7********************@wideopenwest.com...
I am using a PHP calendar with MySQL backend. For some reason, when you
click on an event in the calendar (which brings up a pop-up window),
there is a scrambled mess before the description. I have deleted the
tables and recreated them, but this has not solved the problem. Could
someone take a quick look at my site and help me out? It's at:
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/calendar

Thanks!
Ryan
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Jul 19 '05 #4
Thanks, Bill. I've actually posted the PHP files if you care to take a
look at them. I'm a PHP/MySQL newbie, so I'm in over my head!

http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/createtables.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/eventdisplay.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/eventform.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/eventsubmit.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/functions.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/index.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/useradmin.php.txt

Thanks,
Ryan

swdev1 wrote:
Hi - this is the HTML code I saw in the popup window - seems that garbage is
being generated:

*--
<tr><td class="display_txt_bg">

<table cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="0" width="100%">

<tr>

<td><span class="display_txt">Pieces of April Premiere at the Arena Grand
Theater.</span></td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td align="right"><span class="display_user">Posted by: default user</td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td align="right"></td>

</tr>

UsF/table>
*garbage is here*

</td></tr>

</table>

*--

So I would suggest you check the php that is generating the html - seems
that something is getting mangled, as you say, but without viewing your php
code - its kinda hard to debug it from here .
mondo regards [Bill]
--
William Sanders / Electronic Filing Group Remove the DOT BOB to reply via
email.
FREE LONG DISTANCE -> mailto:ex********@efgroup.net
Free Satellite Receivers and installation ->
http://www.vmcsatellite.com/?aid=58456
mySql / VFP / MS-SQL
"Ryan Sullivan" <rp******@yourrobe.wideopenwest.com> wrote in message
news:a7********************@wideopenwest.com...
I am using a PHP calendar with MySQL backend. For some reason, when you
click on an event in the calendar (which brings up a pop-up window),
there is a scrambled mess before the description. I have deleted the
tables and recreated them, but this has not solved the problem. Could
someone take a quick look at my site and help me out? It's at:
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/calendar

Thanks!
Ryan
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Jul 19 '05 #5
Thanks, Bill. I've actually posted the PHP files if you care to take a
look at them. I'm a PHP/MySQL newbie so I'm in over my head!

Thanks,
Ryan

http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/createtables.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/eventdisplay.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/eventform.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/eventsubmit.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/functions.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/index.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/useradmin.php.txt

swdev1 wrote:
Hi - this is the HTML code I saw in the popup window - seems that garbage is
being generated:

*--
<tr><td class="display_txt_bg">

<table cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="0" width="100%">

<tr>

<td><span class="display_txt">Pieces of April Premiere at the Arena Grand
Theater.</span></td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td align="right"><span class="display_user">Posted by: default user</td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td align="right"></td>

</tr>

UsF/table>
*garbage is here*

</td></tr>

</table>

*--

So I would suggest you check the php that is generating the html - seems
that something is getting mangled, as you say, but without viewing your php
code - its kinda hard to debug it from here .
mondo regards [Bill]
--
William Sanders / Electronic Filing Group Remove the DOT BOB to reply via
email.
FREE LONG DISTANCE -> mailto:ex********@efgroup.net
Free Satellite Receivers and installation ->
http://www.vmcsatellite.com/?aid=58456
mySql / VFP / MS-SQL
"Ryan Sullivan" <rp******@yourrobe.wideopenwest.com> wrote in message
news:a7********************@wideopenwest.com...
I am using a PHP calendar with MySQL backend. For some reason, when you
click on an event in the calendar (which brings up a pop-up window),
there is a scrambled mess before the description. I have deleted the
tables and recreated them, but this has not solved the problem. Could
someone take a quick look at my site and help me out? It's at:
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/calendar

Thanks!
Ryan
--
To reply, please remove your robe.


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Jul 19 '05 #6
Hi - this is the HTML code I saw in the popup window - seems that garbage is
being generated:

*--
<tr><td class="display_txt_bg">

<table cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="0" width="100%">

<tr>

<td><span class="display_txt">Pieces of April Premiere at the Arena Grand
Theater.</span></td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td align="right"><span class="display_user">Posted by: default user</td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td align="right"></td>

</tr>

UsF/table>
*garbage is here*

</td></tr>

</table>

*--

So I would suggest you check the php that is generating the html - seems
that something is getting mangled, as you say, but without viewing your php
code - its kinda hard to debug it from here .
mondo regards [Bill]
--
William Sanders / Electronic Filing Group Remove the DOT BOB to reply via
email.
FREE LONG DISTANCE -> mailto:ex********@efgroup.net
Free Satellite Receivers and installation ->
http://www.vmcsatellite.com/?aid=58456
mySql / VFP / MS-SQL
"Ryan Sullivan" <rp******@yourrobe.wideopenwest.com> wrote in message
news:a7********************@wideopenwest.com...
I am using a PHP calendar with MySQL backend. For some reason, when you
click on an event in the calendar (which brings up a pop-up window),
there is a scrambled mess before the description. I have deleted the
tables and recreated them, but this has not solved the problem. Could
someone take a quick look at my site and help me out? It's at:
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/calendar

Thanks!
Ryan
--
To reply, please remove your robe.

Jul 19 '05 #7
Thanks, Bill. I've actually posted the PHP files if you care to take a
look at them. I'm a PHP/MySQL newbie, so I'm in over my head!

http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/createtables.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/eventdisplay.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/eventform.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/eventsubmit.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/functions.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/index.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/useradmin.php.txt

Thanks,
Ryan

swdev1 wrote:
Hi - this is the HTML code I saw in the popup window - seems that garbage is
being generated:

*--
<tr><td class="display_txt_bg">

<table cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="0" width="100%">

<tr>

<td><span class="display_txt">Pieces of April Premiere at the Arena Grand
Theater.</span></td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td align="right"><span class="display_user">Posted by: default user</td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td align="right"></td>

</tr>

UsF/table>
*garbage is here*

</td></tr>

</table>

*--

So I would suggest you check the php that is generating the html - seems
that something is getting mangled, as you say, but without viewing your php
code - its kinda hard to debug it from here .
mondo regards [Bill]
--
William Sanders / Electronic Filing Group Remove the DOT BOB to reply via
email.
FREE LONG DISTANCE -> mailto:ex********@efgroup.net
Free Satellite Receivers and installation ->
http://www.vmcsatellite.com/?aid=58456
mySql / VFP / MS-SQL
"Ryan Sullivan" <rp******@yourrobe.wideopenwest.com> wrote in message
news:a7********************@wideopenwest.com...
I am using a PHP calendar with MySQL backend. For some reason, when you
click on an event in the calendar (which brings up a pop-up window),
there is a scrambled mess before the description. I have deleted the
tables and recreated them, but this has not solved the problem. Could
someone take a quick look at my site and help me out? It's at:
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/calendar

Thanks!
Ryan
--
To reply, please remove your robe.


--
To reply, please remove your robe.

Jul 19 '05 #8
Thanks, Bill. I've actually posted the PHP files if you care to take a
look at them. I'm a PHP/MySQL newbie so I'm in over my head!

Thanks,
Ryan

http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/createtables.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/eventdisplay.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/eventform.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/eventsubmit.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/functions.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/index.php.txt
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/php/useradmin.php.txt

swdev1 wrote:
Hi - this is the HTML code I saw in the popup window - seems that garbage is
being generated:

*--
<tr><td class="display_txt_bg">

<table cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="0" width="100%">

<tr>

<td><span class="display_txt">Pieces of April Premiere at the Arena Grand
Theater.</span></td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td align="right"><span class="display_user">Posted by: default user</td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td align="right"></td>

</tr>

UsF/table>
*garbage is here*

</td></tr>

</table>

*--

So I would suggest you check the php that is generating the html - seems
that something is getting mangled, as you say, but without viewing your php
code - its kinda hard to debug it from here .
mondo regards [Bill]
--
William Sanders / Electronic Filing Group Remove the DOT BOB to reply via
email.
FREE LONG DISTANCE -> mailto:ex********@efgroup.net
Free Satellite Receivers and installation ->
http://www.vmcsatellite.com/?aid=58456
mySql / VFP / MS-SQL
"Ryan Sullivan" <rp******@yourrobe.wideopenwest.com> wrote in message
news:a7********************@wideopenwest.com...
I am using a PHP calendar with MySQL backend. For some reason, when you
click on an event in the calendar (which brings up a pop-up window),
there is a scrambled mess before the description. I have deleted the
tables and recreated them, but this has not solved the problem. Could
someone take a quick look at my site and help me out? It's at:
http://dcavello.phenominet.com/calendar

Thanks!
Ryan
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