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I offer to put a like to your site from mine or anything else I can do for you.
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Install what?

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phpwhat
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Carbonize wrote:Install what?


sorry, the advanced guestbook
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1 - Download the guestbook from this site.
2 - Extract it from it's zip.
3 - Open the config.inc.php file found in the admin folder.
4 - Fill in your MySQL details. Your host can provide these.
5 - Save the file.
6 - Upload the entire guestbook folder to your site.
7 - Goto Start and then Run and type in www.YOURSITE.COM/guestbook/install.php replacing the YOURSITE.COM with your actual sites address and the guestbook for the name of the folder.
8 - Follow the simple instructions on that page.

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phpwhat
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when u say go to start what u mean? start on my wondows the run ??

or ssomething else?

and then "upload the guestbook" is that every single thing in the ziped folder?

thanks
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When you unzip the zip file it should all be in a folder already (I think). Just upload that folder. Yes I do mean your windows start button and then run or you can simply type the url into your web browser.

I would sooner you try it yourself and then possibly cock up rather than never try at all otherwise you will never know nor learn.

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phpwhat
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Carbonize wrote:1 - Download the guestbook from this site.
2 - Extract it from it's zip.
3 - Open the config.inc.php file found in the admin folder.
4 - Fill in your MySQL details. Your host can provide these.
5 - Save the file.
6 - Upload the entire guestbook folder to your site.
7 - Goto Start and then Run and type in www.YOURSITE.COM/guestbook/install.php replacing the YOURSITE.COM with your actual sites address and the guestbook for the name of the folder.
8 - Follow the simple instructions on that page.



SO WHERE IN HERE (CAN U HIGHLIGHT OR SOMETHING) The MySQL
Info goes??

<?php
/* database settings */

$GB_DB["dbName"] = "";
$GB_DB["host"] = "localhost";
$GB_DB["user"] = "root";
$GB_DB["pass"] = "";

/* tables */

$GB_TBL["data"] = "book_data";
$GB_TBL["auth"] = "book_auth";
$GB_TBL["cfg"] = "book_config";
$GB_TBL["com"] = "book_com";
$GB_TBL["ip"] = "book_ip";
$GB_TBL["words"] = "book_words";
$GB_TBL["ban"] = "book_ban";
$GB_TBL["priv"] = "book_private";
$GB_TBL["smile"] = "book_smilies";
$GB_TBL["pics"] = "book_pics";

/* guestbook pages */

$GB_PG["index"] = "index.php";
$GB_PG["admin"] = "admin.php";
$GB_PG["comment"] = "comment.php";
$GB_PG["addentry"] = "addentry.php";


/* guestbook templates */

$GB_TPL["adm_enter"] = "admin_enter.php";
$GB_TPL["body"] = "body.php";
$GB_TPL["entry"] = "entry.php";
$GB_TPL["error"] = "error.php";
$GB_TPL["form"] = "form.php";
$GB_TPL["preview"] = "preview.php";
$GB_TPL["prev_entry"] = "preview_entry.php";
$GB_TPL["header"] = "header.php";
$GB_TPL["footer"] = "footer.php";
$GB_TPL["icq"] = "icq.php";
$GB_TPL["url"] = "url.php";
$GB_TPL["aim"] = "aim.php";
$GB_TPL["com"] = "com.php";
$GB_TPL["email"] = "email.php";
$GB_TPL["success"] = "success.php";
$GB_TPL["frm_icq"] = "form_icq.php";
$GB_TPL["frm_aim"] = "form_aim.php";
$GB_TPL["frm_gender"] = "form_gender.php";
$GB_TPL["frm_image"] = "form_image.php";
$GB_TPL["com_pass"] = "com_pass.php";
$GB_TPL["com_form"] = "comment.php";
$GB_TPL["image"] = "user_pic.php";

/* misc */

define('IS_MODULE', false); /* running as POST-Nuke 0.x or PHP-Nuke 5.x addon? */

$GB_PG["base_url"] = ""; /* e.g htpp://www.yourdomain.com/guestbook/img */

$DB_CLASS = "mysql.class.php";
$TEC_MAIL = "you_at_your_domain_dot_com";
$GB_UPLOAD = "public";
$GB_TMP = "tmp";

if ($GB_PG["base_url"] == "") {
$inter_type = php_sapi_name();
if ($inter_type == "cgi") {
if (isset($HTTP_SERVER_VARS["PATH_INFO"]) && !empty($HTTP_SERVER_VARS["PATH_INFO"])) {
$GB_PG["base_url"] = dirname($HTTP_SERVER_VARS["PATH_INFO"]);
} elseif (isset($HTTP_SERVER_VARS["REQUEST_URI"]) && !empty($HTTP_SERVER_VARS["REQUEST_URI"])) {
$GB_PG["base_url"] = dirname($HTTP_SERVER_VARS["REQUEST_URI"]);
} else {
$GB_PG["base_url"] = dirname($HTTP_SERVER_VARS["SCRIPT_NAME"]);
}
} else {
$GB_PG["base_url"] = dirname($HTTP_SERVER_VARS["PHP_SELF"]);
}
}

?>
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Carbonize
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phpwhat
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Carbonize wrote:


first one : leave empty?
second one: "local Host" my website? or any other server info from my host?

Third: "root" leave it like that, or what to put there?
Fourth: leave empty? or what to put?

Thanks .
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1st is the name of the database you wish to use.
2nd you can probbaly leave
3rd is the username you have for your database
and 4th is your database password.

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Carbonize wrote:1st is the name of the database you wish to use.
2nd you can probbaly leave
3rd is the username you have for your database
and 4th is your database password.


sorry i keep making this longer, just one more thing:

Database? = like my hosting is yahoo, so it would be like: yahoo.com? or my name i use in yahoo, or yahoo servers?

3rd : my yahoo name right ?
4rth: yahoo pasword ?

ok thanks i hope after this one im able to make it.
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If your hosting comes with a MySQL database then all of the information you require should be in your control panel or in an email. 99 times out of 100 the MySQL server is located on the same machine so try it as localhost first. The third is the username they gave you for the MySQL database. 4th is the password they gave you for your MySQL database.

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