[PHP] Re: Check for page change efficiently [was Re: Creating a blogrolling/link management system]

2003-10-08 Thread Paul van Schayck
Hello, [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Chris) wrote I'm not sure I understand-- I want to check to see if their page has changed once each day and, if so, I will highlight that link in my list... I doubt most web sites would have a problem with one hit per day :) Don't know much about blogs ;). I though

[PHP] Re: Check for page change efficiently [was Re: Creating a blogrolling/link management system]

2003-10-08 Thread Kevin Stone
Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Paul Van Schayck) wrote in news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]: First of all you need to check with the website you are going to check if they really enjoy all bandwith required. And people will not see their

[PHP] Re: Check for page change efficiently [was Re: Creating a blogrolling/link management system]

2003-10-08 Thread Paul van Schayck
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Kevin Stone) wrote Hello Kevin. This is just a thought.. I have never employed this method personally.. but I suppose you could read the page into a string and use the md5() function to generate a hexidecimal value based on that string. Store the hex value in a database

[PHP] Re: Check for page change efficiently [was Re: Creating a blogrolling/link management system]

2003-10-08 Thread Kevin Stone
Paul Van Schayck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Kevin Stone) wrote Hello Kevin. This is just a thought.. I have never employed this method personally.. but I suppose you could read the page into a string and use the md5() function to

Re: [PHP] Re: Check for page change efficiently [was Re: Creating a blogrolling/link management system]

2003-10-08 Thread Curt Zirzow
* Thus wrote Kevin Stone ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): Paul Van Schayck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:[EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Kevin Stone) wrote Hello Kevin. This is just a thought.. I have never employed this method personally.. but I suppose you could read the page