The order: passion fruit iced tea with soy milk, blackberries and vanilla syrup.
Thanks Hi Everyone: I'm sorry if this was posted before, but I'm just grasping at straws now and need some help.
I currently have my own site, and I wanted to keep up with today's standards and offer a mobile site for users.
For this, I automatically check the users browser type and direct them accordingly.
To do this, I grabbed code off the internet to use PHP.
When my main page loads everything is running smooth.
In a section where I have my flags of different countries loading, if I choose one of them it reloads the page in that language, then back to english.
The culprit appears to be: [HTTP_ACCEPT] = $old_server=isset($_SESSION['server'])?
$_SESSION['server']:$_SERVER; $difference = array_diff_assoc($_SERVER, $old_server); $difference2 = array_diff_assoc($old_server,$_SERVER); $_SESSION['server']=$_SERVER; echo('$_SERVERWhen I run this code every time it is run in a firefox browser it seems to run twice and it records 2 entires, I have tried different machines and also different versions of FF but each time I run this.
#purpledrink (passion iced tea with soy milk, vanilla syrup and blackberries 🍇) today and I have to say I'm still #teampink!
What about the guy who said, "I'm divorced" but failed to mention having since remarried?
Just to be clear its not a Zoom/dpi issue (webcontent is displayed fine, and all programs do their thing correctly). If you see the live example at: last two digits of time() function are shown and iframe is refreshed every 1 sec. code for iframe: Code: (php) [Select]header("refresh:1; $_SERVER[PHP_SELF]");echo substr(time(),-2,2); My point is, just as in IE, my iframe shouldnt freeze refreshing even if a file is being uploaded. Even if i close firefox, it will continue to download images from the site. In a section where I have my flags of different countries loading, if I choose one of them it reloads the page in that language, then back to english.