I am currently out of the office on annual leave and will return on Monday, 12 December. If you have an urgent query, please contact the office on (02) 9319 7901 or email Catherine Grenfell on cather...@steptwo.com.au. Otherwise, I will respond to your email on my return. Kind regards Rebecca
Hi. using wamp server 2.2, windows 7 professional 32 bit, and now, wrote a script for my class, and inserting a script using a database in sql. now, when i enter my details into the form, and then click submit. i get the now shwoing me the data. saying, the user was denied access for local host.
Marvin, I'd try it on a webserver to make sure it's not something to do with wamp, IIS, or local permissions etc.. regards, Mike On 12 December 2011 14:03, Marvin Hunkin startrekc...@gmail.com wrote: Hi. using wamp server 2.2, windows 7 professional 32 bit, and now, wrote a script for
Hi, I am working on re-designing a website, and will be using Century Gothic for headings. My question is: Is it ok to use Century Gothic or I have to buy some sort of license that allows using on the web. I checked many websites, there is nothing certain that says buy a licence or it's a free
Marvin, It looks like you screwed on your database permissions when setting up the sql request, or you haven't used the right database info, username or password on your script to access it with the sql request. Have a good look over it and doublecheck all your information... Cheers, Doug
hi Lara, Century Gothic is not a free font: http://www.identifont.com/show?1N2 My suggestion is to find a similar font type to Century Gothic in Google Web Font (open source fonts) and embed the font from there: http://www.google.com/webfonts cheers, steven On 12/12/2011, at 2:22 PM, Lara
Hi Lara, Would depend where you got your Century Gothic font to begin with, usually they (the font foundry you got it from originally (it looks like the font was originally made and offered for sale by Monotype Imaging)) have permissions right up front on what usage is permissable. At this
Hi Again Lara, Sorry about my first post, I should have included this from Monotype Imaging, the owner's of Century Gothic, it's their free-online usage link for signing up to use Century Gothic for free on the web. http://webfonts.fonts.com/en-US Cheers, Doug Burt - Original Message
hi. doing a website development course from http?wsi.tafensw.edu.au, and doing php. and the lecturers are on vacation. so, working my way through this subject. and so up to inserting data into a database, using php and my sql, in a form. now. got this stupid error, which i will paste below.