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Hello again, I have been reading alot in this forum so I am going to post a new question that I hope some can help me on.
I set up MC and uploaded to server. I have no problems in this area, I also set up a folder which is a secure folder on the server. I want certain files like order.php in this folder and you get to it https:www.tsigold.com/order.php. Now how do I set it up so when a button is pushed you are takin there and once you are there, order.php how do you for instance click a button to get back to site again or to contniue to credit card host company with this info. Basiclly I want to get to secure folder and get out. I hop this makes sence
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You mean your after a sort of shopping cart for your E-Commerce site ?

If so, check this out :

http://www.mals-e.com/

If thats not exactly what your looking for either try googling for :

E-commerce shopping cart
E-Commerce Website

Or get back to us if thats still not what your looking for.
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No, I have a shopping cart. You put your files in a public folder for public viewing, private folder is secure, to get to it you nedd https://tsigold.com/order.php. Now I want to leave this in there but how do you get back out or send the information from privite to another desination in flash.
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Using variables.
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How would I do this. I need some help in this area using http://www.tsigold/order.php.com as an example.
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Hmm, I think think to do such things you must either yourself be good at php or hire someone who is. Forums are not, in my opinion, places where you can simply ask people to do your work for you, but ask specific questions with specific answers, not general ones like "how to make a 3d flash game". Sorry didn't mean to be harsh, but do buy a big fat book on php if you do not already possess one.
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http://www.kirupa.com/developer/actions ... _mysql.htm

The above link will come in handy in getting you started with passing variables from your order.php script to flash.

It also explains how to use MySQL which will probably come in handy seeing as your site is e-commerce.
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Well Thank you for info. Forums can be a general discussion about anything related to the subject, getting someone to do the work for me is a chidish remark. I am a newbie and practice everyday and do just fine with all sorts of stuff in flash, my other hobby is saltwater tanks and reef tanks, I am a long time member of wetwebmedia.com forum and give advice to anyone who is needing help which is everyday. I see them as doing the best they can and just need help getting in the right direction, I would not comment or say to them or anyone else would say, why do you need help, next I will be doing is scrubbing your tank?
So look in the mirror bud, nobodys going to take your clients away from you. You need to get out and talk to people and relax. If you can not help me with an answer do not post, it is pretty easy.
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I`m still a little confused as to what it is your aiming to acheive SaltCreep. Can you explain the process envolved and perhaps either myself or somebody else can help you further ?
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Well I am stuck on this matter. I am tring to make sure that when a consumer gives me his/her personal information that it remains secure. Go to http://www.tsigold.com. And just go to a pick to the right and it will open up a shopping cart. Now put something in it and act like you are going to check out. For now it is safe to give information, but I want it even more secure. The files that pop the contact information out for you to fill out is what I need to be even further secure. For now it is in a public folder, I want to put this specific file in the secure folder only (https) so when you hit checkout instead of it just poping out, it will pop out of the secure folder (https). I want to be able to place this file in secure folder and have it pop out when checkout button is hit
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So, what your really after is a sort of client area [ such as a php user login of sort ] to combine with your shopping cart ?

That correct ?
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I think you hit the nail on the head bro. I get cofused in this area. I am working with php already, so I kinda know it a little about it. I am tring to figure out the best way to achieve this.
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Tried a quick google search and came up with these :

http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&sa ... ript&meta=

Also take a look at places such as phpfreaks.com and the programming section of this here Ozzu forum for help with the php coding for a login script.
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Thank you I will search in that area.

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