These two functions will convert an RGB color to a hexadecimal, or convert a hexadecimal to RGB.
This function will take HTML input, and color code it for readability.
Iím tired of typing the same stuff over and over. So I spend alot of time writing reusable code. No matter if itís just simple methods or abit more complex objects. Hereís the database object I just wrote. Itís versatile and it really doesnt restrict you to follow any special rules except what objects already restricts you to. You can decide for yourself if you want to complete the query statement or make prepared statement in a valid vsprintf() format.
A hitcounter with images: [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/0.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/1.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/2.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/3.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/4.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/5.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/6.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/7.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/8.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/9.bmp[/IMG] Copy all in a folder called IMG and put the folder in the same directory as the script you also need to create a file called "counter.txt" and put it into the same directori with the script (NOT in IMG)
A hitcounter that uses numbers(0.bmp,1.bmp....9.bmp) To display unique visits
This script enables users/you to get the hash from a file using any hashing algorithm that is included in php and also enables you to verify that it is the same hash as the one you provide. This is useful if you download a file from a site that provided a hash and you want to check if it downloaded successfully.