tedd.sperling at gmail.com
Wed Jun 1 17:10:46 EDT 2011
At 4:05 PM -0400 5/31/11, David Roth wrote:
>Thanks for your e-mail.
>That's returning a graphic and I was looking to get a return of text
>something in your example?
No problem returning text either.
You just need to figure out how to use AJAX (actually AHAH) to send
commands from the client-side browser to the server-side php script
to do something. After which, the php script then returns the
scripting uses to alter the current page DOM presenting a different
layout to the browser/user.
is the slave.php script that receives the commands via a GET (see the
The slave.php script simply takes the command and then sends back the
HTML needed to create the next page.
It's very simple. You should be able to do this (I figured it out)
-- if you can't, then I am available for hire. Please contact me
>On May 31, 2011, at 10:41 AM, tedd wrote:
>>At 2:42 AM -0400 5/30/11, David Roth wrote:
>>>I'm using Tumblr.com for a blog platform for a new website. It has
>>>a lot of benefits as a blog, but it also has the restriction of
>>>not being able to embed PHP code in the HTML theme template. (Yes,
>>>I know, my feelings exactly! :-) )
>>>the county code of the user so that different links can be
>>>presented to them that matches their country. Serving up different
>>>properly for county code. For example, I'm in the New York City
>>>metro area and it says I'm in Canada, not the US. I don't
>>>recalling having this kind of problem with PHP scripts, so I'd
>>>to be able to call a PHP script and make the result accessible
>>>so I'm not sure if I'm overlooking something. Maybe this is a AJAX
>>>and jQuery task? I'd appreciate it if someone could offer a
>>>Thanks in advance!
>>There's a description at the site.
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