August 2nd, 2000, 09:17 AM
why is ColdFusion absent from this site?
has anyone messed around with interdev yet or devtop?
also there seem to be broken image links all over this site?
August 2nd, 2000, 10:21 AM
try PHP and you may see why!
Links look cool here on IE5 & NS4.7
August 2nd, 2000, 11:45 AM
did you have a question or just want to rant?
August 2nd, 2000, 12:32 PM
what about my posts was ambiguous?
i have posted twice on these forums and both times gotten an idiot response?
whats the problem people?
arre we all so stuck up and pompous that we cant relate to other peoples questions any more?
we seem to have a hostility against "other" things?
apparently i posted in swahili...
<makes retard sign language movements with his hands>
why is coldfusion absent from this site?
we all seem to have bugs up our rearends?
perhaps a colonic will loosen you folks up a bit.
I have heard of PHP and it sounds very interesting, i have heard of many things that are interesting, thats one of the benefits of an open mind, you get exposed to much new info.
Apparently this is the pompous *** forum
i retract my question
[This message has been edited by bludhall (edited August 02, 2000).]
August 3rd, 2000, 11:59 AM
bludhall - my answer was as good as it needed to be, was sincere and as polite as I could muster.
What answers did you expect -"Why is cold fusion absent from this site" is not much of a question at the best of times, and one best directed at the moderators of this forum.
"what is 1+1" is a question, "why is 1+1" is still a question but a bit daft.
If you had asked about a specific point on coldfusion I am sure that somebody would have answered you, or at least tried. There have been many a good thread on PHP vs Cold Fusion running here - with (IMHO) PHP winning hands down.
I have found most of the regulars at this forum very helpful and willing to please but you really need to give us something to get our pompous brains into gear.
September 5th, 2000, 08:25 AM
I'm trying to research the best way to set up a database diven site using a h u g e database. It's interesting that coldfusion gets a relatively cold reponse from the forum, in that up till now, I've heard very little of php. I am still relatively new to the game, and have always used asp for any database linking. What are your thoughts on the relative attributes of asp / php? And is php hard to pick up?
If you feel you can help, please get in touch.
[This message has been edited by lexwellard (edited September 05, 2000).]