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vinod1975
#1
This thread will talk about everything about Linux , troubleshooting , using and all applications related to the same...
 
vinod1975
#2
Waiting for your Linux issues
 
Kreskin
#3
Vin I don't have or no anything about Linux, or I'd be chatting.
 
vinod1975
#4
If you or your friend have anything related to Windows , Linux or router ( wired or wirless ), wirless networking lem me know
 
Kreskin
#5
Thank you very much Vin.
 
vinod1975
#6
So I am waiting for your questions
 
Kreskin
#7
Do you code php mysql?
 
vinod1975
#8
On linux or on windows
 
Kreskin
#9
Web design, I'm not sure if one or the other makes a difference. I'm trying to code a web script in php that requires a call to a mysql database but would need a drop down menu with different variables. Is that something you have expertise in?
 
vinod1975
#10
Have you ever tried blue fish menues
 
Kreskin
#11
No, what's that?
 
vinod1975
#12
Well, there are a couple of options - say - Javascript menu/Pure CSS menu etc.
It can be done - but its gonna take some effort since you will need to put in check for number of elements picked from database and then populating local variables with that(Offbeat - thats the reason static menus are preferred).

So a generic solution would be - using array and then fetching data from database and assigning values.

There are couple of drawbacks for this DYNAMIC approach -

1. Response time / delay is more then static content
2. Number of elements and their type needs to be checked
3. memory required varies as compared to static content
4. Server load increases ( Both in terms on content fetch and send , if data is more)

ALternate solution if feasable is to use AJAX where only required/related parts are updated/refreshed/fetched on need basis - resulting in efficient solution/code.

But if its a small project where in you are simply taking a few variables /configuration parameters - gievn approach may work. But again - it requires effort, which can be easily downloaded from a few websites free.
 
vinod1975
#13
have I answered your questions
 
vinod1975
#14
A beta release of a new server-oriented edition of Red Hat Linux, Pensacola, is available for your computer-crashing pleasure
 
Kreskin
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by vinod1975 View Post

Well, there are a couple of options - say - Javascript menu/Pure CSS menu etc.
It can be done - but its gonna take some effort since you will need to put in check for number of elements picked from database and then populating local variables with that(Offbeat - thats the reason static menus are preferred).

So a generic solution would be - using array and then fetching data from database and assigning values.

There are couple of drawbacks for this DYNAMIC approach -

1. Response time / delay is more then static content
2. Number of elements and their type needs to be checked
3. memory required varies as compared to static content
4. Server load increases ( Both in terms on content fetch and send , if data is more)

ALternate solution if feasable is to use AJAX where only required/related parts are updated/refreshed/fetched on need basis - resulting in efficient solution/code.

But if its a small project where in you are simply taking a few variables /configuration parameters - gievn approach may work. But again - it requires effort, which can be easily downloaded from a few websites free.

I have looked around and don't see one like this. I have so many different whereas statements needed in the desired script that it isn't easy to find examples let alone one that puts it into a drop down javascript menu.
 
vinod1975
#16
Dear friend google for them , I am you will find....
 
vinod1975
#17
Files that use the 8.3 naming convention can degrade NTFS drive performance.
Unless you have a good reason for keeping the 8.3 naming convention
intact (such as if you’re using 16-bit programs), a performance gain can
be achieved by disabling it.
Set the Registry
DWORD key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\
Control\FileSystem\NtfsDisable8dot3NameCreation
to 1 . Exit the Registry
and reboo

 
vinod1975
#18
No one has any problem
 
vinod1975
#19
Hi All

Wish you all a very Happy New Year 2010 , I am back after long time

Rgds
-Vinod
 

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