The solution you choose for credit card verification depends on a number of
- how much control you want over look feel
- whether you are rolling your own shopping cart
I happen to use Authorize.Net, which allows you to control the entire process
maintain the look feel
I've been using Authorize.Net for about 6 months now am happy with them. I
use their AIM interface, which allows ,e complete control over the look feel
of the payment process. There is no problem doing everything in PHP, as long as
you have the CURL extensions they are built with SSL support.
I thought that using fopen to create an SSL connection was not yet supported
I would suggest the CURL functions for this.
From: Adam Voigt [mailto:adam;cryptocomm.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 12:33 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Do you have telnet access to the server? If so, you could download the
standalone CURL program invoke it via the
exec() function call.
From: Ben C. [mailto:benc;cox.net]
Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 13:19 PM
To: Jaime Bozza; 'Adam Voigt'
In an earlier message, Jason Wong [mailto:php-general;gremlins.com.hk] said
Yup. So you can have:
print I'm a $variable;
alert(I'm a . $variable);
But the language could still support variable evaluation within strings
without requiring the
In an earlier message, Marco Tabini [mailto:marcot;inicode.com] saidf ...
If I can venture a comment, what you think
clutters the code others may find a quick and
easy way to identify a variable in it.
I guess this could be true. But I don't understand why someone would need
an easy way to
In an earlier message, Larry Rosenman [mailto:ler;lerctr.org] said ...
That's the way the language designers did it, and
there's LOTS of PRODUCTION code out there that uses it.
Because that's the way it is? Well, that's good enough for me. I'll
never question anything else again
In an earlier message, Ernest E Vogelsinger [mailto:ernest;vogelsinger.at]
Think of how an interpreter works. It parses the
sourcecode in realtime, not as a compiler. People must
_wait_, every time, until it is finished,
not only once like a compiler. Thus designers of
You need to change the first statement to
$from = From: [EMAIL PROTECTED];
From: Frank Wang [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Friday, November 15, 2002 10:15 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [PHP] mail and from line overriding
I suspect your problem is that CURL is not built with SSL support. To test
this, replace the https:/.../ with a reference to a non-SSL URL
(http://.../). If you get a return that, you need to build CURL with SSL
From: Steve Keller [mailto:[EMAIL
Microsoft provides a program that will do just that. I believe that it gets
loaded into Word you run it from there.
If this will suffice, take a look for it on Microsoft's site. If you can't
find it, let me know. I once downloaded it can probably dig up a URL for
On Thu, 21 Nov
In an earlier message, Derick Rethans [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] said ...
Yes it is. Actually, you should specify the URL with the
amp; yourself, like this:
otherwise it is not valid HTML.
I understand that using '' is technically not
Not, this answer makes sense. I couldn't see how using 'amp;' in the query
string would work.
I'm gonna take the advice augment my error message to include browser name
other info. I've been wondering if a web crawler might be causing this.
I'll let you know what turns up (of course, the
To: Jonathan Rosenberg (Tabby's Place)
Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: amp; in Query String
Jonathan Rosenberg (Tabby's Place) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I'm missing something here. If you use 'amp;' to separate arguments on
query string, how do they get
Ok ... I take back what I said about amp; not working in a query string.
It works just fine.
But, none of this explains why I am sometimes receiving a request with amp;
in the query string, especially I am using '' in the A link.
The only way I think I can find out is by augmenting the error
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