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    shared files on network

    hey
    the first thing i want is to be able to view my shared network files and delete them if i like or rename them in my firefox browser so when i open my page to shared folders i can view files that are bring shared well the only ones that i map in the php files not everything on the network

    oh and also i wanted this
    i need help with my lil website i have what i have to do is almost every day is add and remove the same thing over and over and what i was thinking is here is a example

    1. job one
    2. job two

    have like a admin page i can long in to and just click on job 1 that way the only thing that is show is the job one i hope this makes sense think you

    Payment method Paypal,
    Payment Amount: 30$ for each one or let know this is my first time
    time week or two done in php please
    Last edited by RaNaMaster; 02-02-2011 at 09:35 PM.

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    the first thing i want is to be able to view my shared network files and delete them if i like or rename them in my firefox browser so when i open my page to shared folders i can view files that are bring shared well the only ones that i map in the php files not everything on the network
    Just to let you know, that can't happen. It would be a massive security hole to give a browser access to the local file system, especially to delete/rename files. If this were possible, that would mean any a-hole with a website could delete anyone's files on their hard drive, which means you wouldn't be able to surf the net without getting your c: drive totally wiped every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fumigator View Post
    Just to let you know, that can't happen. It would be a massive security hole to give a browser access to the local file system, especially to delete/rename files. If this were possible, that would mean any a-hole with a website could delete anyone's files on their hard drive, which means you wouldn't be able to surf the net without getting your c: drive totally wiped every day.
    Unless they mean there is a PHP page running on a server that would be manipulating the files, that would be do-able. But the description isn't very clear.
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    yap thats what i want done

    i want to view my \\192.168.1.100\downloads files

    sorry im not good with words


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