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Hello all, 1st time poster here and newbie all around.

I am in the midst of making a dynamic php site for World of Warcraft, i
have most of the forms to enter data into the database made and am
starting to think about the security for the members data.

I want to be able to let a member come back to the site to check more
checkboxes when they need to, but only let the member who submitted
that form be able to edit it later.

The site is up for testing at /

If you go there to test, after registering, do not try submitting to
Leatherworking or Tailoring, those 2 are not uploaded yet.

To view the data after submitting, go to the home button (top left)
then select View database, then the profession you submitted to.

all that should be enought for you to get an idea of how I want and
need the secuirty features setup.

So if anyone could point me the right direction, i would be greatful,
as i don't "think" that the default restrictions in Dreamweaver MX 2004
is enough to do this...?!?!


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p.s. while there look at the bottom slide bars and tell me how to stop
that, the contents of the pages are not enogh to warrant the slidebars
and i am at a loss on how to stopthem.

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Sorry, I'm new to php, but the site looks good.

OH yea i posted this to tell you that I don't see scrollbars, so either
you fixed them or it's just something with your browser.

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The scroll bars (left to right) only show on lower resolutions, i have
no clue how to remove them, its really bugging me, and I am sure that
the content being displayed is way less than would require a slide bar.

And thanks for the compliment, I will be changing the buttons to
navigate soon to be Java Dropdowns instead, as I think the buttons are
too klunky.

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Akinraze wrote:
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Scrollbars occur when your content is too big for the page.  In your
case, if you narrow the window enough, you get scrollbars.

OTOH, if you use CSS to create a fluid design, you can handle a wide
variety of window widths without scrollbars.

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Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.

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