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by rebroy
10 Jun 2010, 11:17
Forum: Scripting
Topic: Channel/User tree via JSONP
Replies: 13
Views: 7885

Re: Channel/User tree via JSONP

Hi pavelhoral, that's ok, I didn't get a notification to your reply either so I'm sorry this response is late too. Yes it's using a third server that interests me but the trouble is that I don't know enough about programming to be able to do it. I need someone that could talk to me like an idiot to ...
by rebroy
05 May 2010, 12:16
Forum: Scripting
Topic: Channel/User tree via JSONP
Replies: 13
Views: 7885

Re: Channel/User tree via JSONP

Yeah, we have full access to the dedi via VNC and we have enough resource to run a java type applet, although I have no idea what a jetty http server is! Our webserver is a basic package that we have with Lunapages, most of the software and scripts that they do supply, PHP, Joomla etc. we can instal...
by rebroy
04 May 2010, 22:13
Forum: Scripting
Topic: Channel/User tree via JSONP
Replies: 13
Views: 7885

Re: Channel/User tree via JSONP

Not sure what you mean by "root server" my understanding of a root server is a machine that has the software and data to locate name servers that contain authoritative data for the top-level domains, I'm certain that's not what you mean! Our dedicated server is a stand-alone machine in a rack in a L...
by rebroy
04 May 2010, 12:31
Forum: Scripting
Topic: Channel/User tree via JSONP
Replies: 13
Views: 7885

Re: Channel/User tree via JSONP

Thanks kissaki, I now understand a little better, my problem is, that I take care of our clans website but I have little or no real programming knowledge, most of what I do is graphic related. Although we have over 50 members from 22 countries, we are short on programming guys, We had a French guy t...
by rebroy
03 May 2010, 17:01
Forum: Scripting
Topic: Channel/User tree via JSONP
Replies: 13
Views: 7885

Re: Channel/User tree via JSONP

Sorry Pavel but could you please explain this to me in layman terms? First let me tell you about my clans situation. We have a dedicated server which runs our Murmur server 1.2.2 (Windows 2003), this server does not have PHP installed. We also have a webserver (Linux), which is shared, this does hav...