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03-24-2003, 10:33 PM

Could someone enlighten me.I have
3 problems:Site is php/html code

1st- site Paid To banners and sent emails show error 127 from table handler.

2nd- admin page is not showing members info at sign up.

3rd- member count code is not counting.

If anyone could help -I would like to say Thank You in advance.:confused:

Go USA!!!!!

03-24-2003, 11:38 PM
1. ahh yeah, good ole line 127...
2. ahh, so it isn't
3. doh, glad you pointed that out

we have no idea what site you're talking about here :p give us links or source to work from

03-25-2003, 12:40 AM
Originally posted by Nightfire
1. ahh yeah, good ole line 127...
2. ahh, so it isn't
3. doh, glad you pointed that out

we have no idea what site you're talking about here :p give us links or source to work from


Very well put! :cool:

::] krycek [::

03-25-2003, 01:46 AM

Question 1 - clickitycash4u.com / when member clicks on paid banner or email sent they wait there 30sec and then this error shows up instead of them getting credit.

Question 2 & 3 - megamailfortune.com / admin area does show me members name/I.P./email etc.
Also the counter for the site is not counting.

Need to know how and if the php code needs adjusting

Thank You for such a quick response:thumbsup:

03-25-2003, 03:12 AM
I really, really think you should read the forum rules if you ever want any help :p

::] krycek [::

03-25-2003, 03:54 AM

I don't know what codes or pages I need to send you to view problems in the c/panel.

I have a Paid to Click site and I would like someone to tell me what does:

error 127 from table handler mean?

When a member clicks on a email link
or banner this message pops up. Does anyone know how to explain to me in detail how to correct this error.

I need a php code for a members count via email that have signed up for membership. This member count needs to be viewed on web site and on what page do I place codes.

I would like to beable to know what php code would collect members info from the signup form re:email address/I.P/Name etc and beable to view on the admin page. I have the form complete but it is not transfering info to admin page-the only info on a member is the # of members that have joined to date.

This is first time on board: Please excuse my inexperience on the form.
Is this self explained enough? :(

03-25-2003, 05:45 AM
I kinda get what your asking but in the future you need to explain in more detail and if possible provide links to the pages you are refering to. Or post the code that is causing the problem.


With the error 127 deal, that could be anything, we'd need to see the page that has the error otherwise it could be anything.

As far as the member count to be displayed via PHP, if you are storing all your membership info in a database, you can just run a count function on your table and get the number of records. As far as the specific PHP code to do this, try asking in the PHP forum.

Now to collect the form information, the best idea if available would be to store it in a database. Then you could also solve the above problem. As far as the specific coding, try googling for some examples or check out www.hotscripts.com for some pre-built form processors. Then when its stored in a database you can just output it onto a PHP page in your CP.

03-25-2003, 10:59 PM
This is the page that members click on to receive credit for paid banners. When they click on a banner a timer comes up and after they wait 30 sec instead of being paid for click this message come up error 127 from table handler.

Can anyone find the problem with this page?



03-25-2003, 11:01 PM
Can anyone find the problem with this page?

Yeah, it's password protected and we can't see the page you're talking about :p

03-25-2003, 11:09 PM

How do I allow you to view without my site being exposed / or to change password codes

03-26-2003, 12:20 AM
You can't show us your control panel without telling us your password; but obviously that's not a good idea.

In any case, if the error is in the control panel, presumably your host is responsible for that? Or am I misunderstaning?

03-26-2003, 03:10 PM
the error isn't in his control panel. the URL he posted is a link to what i presume is the source code. nice and secure over there.

03-26-2003, 03:47 PM
you could post your markup on this page, naturally if its too much text then you could upload a .txt file to this forum, before you finish posting.

If its the PHP causing some of your errors, and you need help with that, the best thing to do is try and centralize the problem, then possibly post relavent code here, this way you can make sure no passwords are revealed, and there is no compromise to your site.