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Humor / CSI mistake :D
« on: July 25, 2010, 06:48:31 pm »
here is a funny CSI NY i think mistake

C++ / Javascript Injection
« on: April 18, 2010, 12:59:41 am »
Ok this tutorial is about Javascript injections via URL

if you are familiar with js(Javascript) then you have a head start ;D

ok to start a js injection in the URL type

Code: Javascript
  1. javascript:
then give a js command such as

Code: Javascript
  1. javascript:alert('hello world');
that would execute a the command alert giving you a window saying "hello world"

How can you use this?

whatever command you put after is exituted you could use it to
   I. Change form Values
Code: [Select]
< form action="" method="post">
<input type=hidden name="to" value="" />
<!--more fields-->
      format is
Code: Javascript
  1. javascript:void(document.forms[].forumname.nextnamesifany.vlaue="");
      lets say you want that e-mail sent to you, you would imput something like this
Code: Javascript
  1. javascript:void(document.forms[0].to.value="");
      void() changes whatever you input in the function temperarily
      document is something you must include
      in js everything starts counting at 0 so, this is the first form (forms[0])

      to is the name of the form

      value="" changes the value temperarily for only you
      to check your work on this do something like this:
Code: Javascript
  1. javascript:alert(document.forms[0].to.value);

   II. Cookie editing?
      thats right you can use js injections to edit your cookies
      to see your cookies you can use this injection

Code: Javascript
  1. javascript:alert(document.cookie);

      the editing format is document.cookie="field = value"

      if this field doesnt exist you are going to create it

      lets say you look at your cookie and you see Authorized = no

      you could get authorization with this injection

Code: Javascript
  1. javascript:void(document.cookie="Authorized = yes");

   If you know js you can use anyother funtion you want with it (as far as i know)

   If you dont know js... Google is your best friend!
        Remember this is just the basics the rest, you look up or ask people for help :D

[edited name=Pederson date=1271570534][/edited]
[edited name=Celestialkey date=1271570725][/edited]
[edited name=Celestialkey date=1271570867][/edited]
[edited name=Celestialkey date=1271570904][/edited]

php / PHP help MVC
« on: April 06, 2010, 11:28:01 pm »
Code: PHP
  1.          function state_item()
  2.         {
  3.                 $uri3 = $this->uri->segment(3);
  4.                 $uri4 = $this->uri->segment(4);//both for pages
  7.                 $this->load->model('item_model');
  8.                 $data['rows'] = $this->item_model->get_state($uri3, $uri4);//database querry
  9.                 $data['numrows'] = $this->item_model->get_rows($uri3);//for page navigator
  11.                 $this->load->view('state_view', $data);
  12.         }
Code: PHP
  1. function get_state($uri3, $uri4)
  2.         {
  3.                 $limit = $uri4;
  4.                 $limit = $limit * 15;
  5.                 $limit = $limit - 15;
  7.                 $q = $this->db->get_where('items', array('state_id' => $uri3), 15, $limit);
  9.                 if($q->num_rows() > 0)
  10.                         {
  11.                                 foreach($q->result() as $row)
  12.                                 {
  13.                                         $data[] = $row;
  14.                                 }
  15.                                 return $data;
  16.                         }
  19.         }
Code: PHP
  1. foreach($rows as $item)
  2.         {
  4.                 echo anchor('listings/item/'.$item->state_id.'/'.$item->item_id, $item->title);
  5.                 echo "&nbsp;&nbsp;-&nbsp;&nbsp;$";
  6.                 echo $item->price;
  7.                 $count = $count + 1;//for pages
  8. ?><br />
  9. <?php
  10.         }
  11. //page coding
  12. ?>

some pages dont have anything to input to the foreach so, error

php / CodeIgniter
« on: February 13, 2010, 02:40:24 am »
so I have been trying to use for my website...  and I was watching this to get the info to make it I just thought for those who use PHP that it might be a nice framework.. I have problems with the e-mail but its late... like I said I thought that you might like the framework

php / mysl query in php not working
« on: February 05, 2010, 01:48:43 pm »
I know i havent been on in a wile its because there really arent any internet coding posts and thats what ive been doing a lot latly with this new site and this my sql query wont work... any ideas why?
Code: PHP
  1. <div id="states" class="states">
  2.  States<br />
  3. <?php
  4.         $states = mysql_query("SELECT `state_id`, `name` FROM `states` ORDER BY `name` ASC");
  6.         foreach($states as $state){
  7. ?>
  8.                 <a href="index.php?state=<?php echo $state['state_id']; ?>"><?php echo $state['name'];
  10. ?></a><br />
  11. <?php
  12.         }
  13. ?>
  14. </div>

XHtml/Html / Tables
« on: December 05, 2009, 10:36:08 pm »
Tables are used mostly for formatting OR to make a layout
since the highlighting failed heres the code without
Code: [Select]
<title>Pederson's Tables</title>
<table align="center" border="1" width="200">
 <td>1 inch </td>
<td>56 inches</td>
<table border="0" align="center">
 <td><img src="" /> </td>
 <td><img src="" /> </td>
 <td colspan="2" align="center"><img src="" /> </td>

The <table> tag defines a table is going to be used. The <tr> tag means table row so, it defines a new row in the table. The <th> tag defines a new table header (almost the same as <td> but its bolded). the <td> tag defines a cell.
you can merge cells with the (row or col)span="number of cells" atribute. This merges a cell verticly(row) or horizontaly(col). Put <td> tags there as place holders because if you want to continue the table it wont register the <td>'s

Tables for formatting should be used only before CSS once you know it use CSS

[edited name=Pederson date=1260079759][/edited]

XHtml/Html / Images and links
« on: December 05, 2009, 10:31:04 pm »
Okay here is how you put links to other sites and images from the internet onto your site

Code: [Select]
<title>Pederson's links and images</title>
<body bgcolor="gray">
<font color="#000000">
<p> this is a random paragraph...</p> <br />
<a href=""></a><br />
this is a link to<br /><br />
<img src="" border="0" /> <br />
This is how you post an image... now lets mix the two together<br /><br />
<a href=""><img border="0" src="" /></a><br />
This is an image link

in the image tag (<img>) you may notice I used /> to close it. This is the same as closing it like this ></image> just with less typing...
The href in the <a> tag is tells the computer were to go in the a tag. whats printed inbetween the <a> tag and the closing tag is displayed as the link so, when you put an image there you get an image link :D

[edited name=Pederson date=1260125243][/edited]
[edited name=Nathan Adams date=1261711074][/edited]

XHtml/Html / One more list
« on: December 05, 2009, 10:25:31 pm »
This is a widely known list that is used on a lot of websites...

Code: Text
  1. <html>
  2. <head>
  3. <title>Pederson's new list</title>
  4. </head>
  5. <body bgcolor="#000000">
  6. <center>
  7. <font color="#00FF00">
  8. <p> this is a random paragraph...</p>
  9. </font>
  10. <select><!-- starts the drop down list-->
  11. <option> item </option><!--says whats in the list-->
  12. <option> item </option>
  13. </select>
  14. </center>
  15. </body>
  16. </html>

and <!-- is a comment --> and is used to make notes to yourself... this doesnt show up on the acual webpage... only in the source

the <select> tag starts the drop down list and what you put inbetween the <option> and </option> is what is going to be seen in the list... get in the habbit of closing all of your tags!

Request A Program or Tutorial / comunication with a network
« on: November 22, 2009, 01:10:34 am »
My friend and I were talking and he was telling me about a program me made in school and it could shut any computer down on a network and send messages to eachother ect. and I was wondering if anyone could make that because he sadly lost his files and can't remember how to make it so, please? lol

Introductions / Hey
« on: September 09, 2009, 09:41:02 pm »
Hey I'm Pederson lol and I don't have that much coding experience. That is because I am in high school, and haven't been able to get the more advanced books to learn it from. I know very basic C and am currently learning HTML from my school (web design). I am hopefully going to be a computer scientist when I grow older lol. There's a lot I can learn here and hope I learn a lot!

C / college lab
« on: September 09, 2009, 07:02:46 pm »
there is a random 64 in the last printed line help if you can !
Code: [Select]
/* Author:
 * Course: 2107
 * Section: 1 */

#include <stdio.h>

void evenOnLeft(int[], int);
void printA(int[], int);
void reverse(int[], int);
float average(int[], int);

int main(int argc, char **argv)
  int A[] = {9, 21, 321, 117, 27, 64, 13, 9, 12, 208};
  printA(A, 10);

  printf("The average of A[] is %f\n", average(A,10));

  reverse(A, 10);
  printA(A, 10);

  evenOnLeft(A, 10);
  printA(A, 10);

  return 0;

/* prints A[] inside parentheses with each value separated
 *    by commas to stdout */
void printA(int A[], int length)
int i;
printf("%d", A[i]);


/* returns the average of the items in A[] or 0.0 if A is empty */
float average(int A[], int length)
float avg = 0.0;
int i;
    avg += A[i];
avg = avg/length;
return avg;

/* Reverses the values in A[].  For example, if before the function,
 *    A[] contained [1,2,3,4,5], after the function, A[] contains
 *       [5,4,3,2,1] */
void reverse(int A[], int length)
int i;
        int temp;
temp = A[i];
         A[i] = A[length-1-i];


/* Moves all of the even integers in A to the left hand side of A
 *    and the odd integers to the right hand side
 *       For example, if before the function, A[] contained [1,2,3,4,5],
 *          after the function A[] could contain [2,4,1,3,5] */
void evenOnLeft(int A[], int length)
int i;
  int even=0;
int temp;
  int k=0;
temp = A[i];
A[i] = A[length-1-k];
A[length-1-k] = temp;

Nathan - Added code tags

[edited name=Nathan Adams date=1252541053][/edited]

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