I see in your code a redirection to signin in case of errors. It is possible that that rediretion brings you back to this page? (You may not see it on development machine, because you get no errors...)
I'm not questioning your powers of observation; I'm merely remarking upon the paradox of asking a masked man who he is (V).
I am working on a project where I need to come up with a way to gather the end user's computer information to be used for IT purposes, all users will be on a intranet with no exposure to external users.
What is the best way to do this? I've seen mention in a few places to use Java or WBF Browser application.
Any tips/advice would be greatly appreciated.
For additional information, the type of data i need to pull is: domain\username, computer name, serial number to start.
I've got a theme running on my wordpress site that's powered by ajax and jquery and I've got an issue with one of my posts where every time I navigate around the website to that particular post, it fails to load my thumbnails in that post correctly unless I reload the page manually in my browser or when I only type in the post's url in my browser and then load on its own without going through the main site (ajax powered).
I found somewhere that using this -> data- ajax="false" in my page will work but I don't know where or how to place it in that specific post.
Is there a way I could add some ajax- compatible code to my post that will reload the page ONCE automatically when it has been loaded?
I have a PHP project. I want to know what's the best way to save the date for a post in MySQL so it can be shown in a local time of the user.
For example if the local time in 00:00 in UAE and it's 09:99 in USA and a user in based in UAE created a post it will show created in 00:00 but if a user based in USA viewed the same post it will show created in 09:00
I am not sure how to explain this more but hope it's clear..