David Beroff (d4b) wrote,
David Beroff
d4b

PayPal Buttons

I've been playing with PHP, CSS, and PayPal integration, and I'm pretty happy with the result. Ooo... look at the shiny buttons:
http://SafeAmericanKids.com/expand/

No database for this one; I was able to just use a simplistic require:
<?php 
$school = 'Old Forge Elementary School';
$city   = 'Old Forge 18518';
$grade  = 'K-6';
$quan   = '600';
$price  = '1,440';
$button = 'LK5Y94A7EJLML';
require   '../includes/opp.php'; 
?>

Also, GoDaddy just recently updated their file management control panel to allow drag-and-drop, which made it a lot easier and fun to experiment with the different files. At some point, I want to use Windows 7's native FTP support for a similar effect, but this'll do for now. (Windows XP has this, as well, but they made it so difficult to add/edit FTP sites that it almost wasn't worth it.)

Also, Mozy has been doing exactly what it is supposed to, running incremental backups a few times a day. My old machine was so creaky that I ran these manually, which yielded the predicable result that my backup had been three weeks out-of-date when the disk (literally) crashed. That was one seriously expensive lesson.
Tags: computer, sak, webdev
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