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Website/Interactive Game Help

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#1 ItsKat


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Posted 23 November 2012 - 11:48 PM

Okay so I have this website and it's a fan site but it's interactive.
I get emails and I have to do everything manually and it sucks away so much of my time and it's very annoying. I would be so appreciative if someone could PLEASE help me.
So my site is a warrior cats fan-site and on the site you register as a cat telling me your password, who you registered as, etc. I get the email manually and I have to manually type up a email with a activation code and send them one by one. Also on my site you can buy items and they appear in your account. But every time someone buys something with the virtual currency I have to manually come on and add it, and I also have to do this when they earn their currency.
So what I basically want is something that will
1) When you register they send you a automatic email with a automatic verification code and then they type it into a page and their account is activated
2) They are able to log on to their account so they don't have to repetitively keep typing in their username/password
3) Items/currency is automatically put in their dens and other features
Here's my website PLEASE take a look and tell me how I can do this: http://www.warriorcatsroleplay.com
If anyone could please help I would be so thankful I spent hours of days just sitting on the computer editing and I would be SOOOOOOO happy, you don't even know how happy I would be :) So can you take a look and give me advice/codes/web pages to where I can create this, or something that will help. I know you have to use .PHP code but I just don't understand all of that and I don't have time to spent hours studying it. Please help I will be extremely grateful :)

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#2 groovicus


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Posted 24 November 2012 - 10:33 AM

I know you have to use .PHP code but I just don't understand all of that and I don't have time to spent hours studying it.

What a coincidence. I write code for hours and hours a day, and I don't have the time to help anyone that can't be bothered to at least make an attempt. Unless they sign a nice contract, in which case I have a set of generic script that can be used for creating user accounts.

I am assuming that you are new to the Internet, otherwise you would have known that it is incredibly rude to ask for help when plainly demonstrating that you have no desire to try and figure it out yourself. It is also a little insulting to those of us that spent years in a classroom, months and months on extra-curricular projects, and many more years learning to program correctly. You are too lazy to do the work, but you want me to do it for you?

So sorry. I don't have the time to help, especially since there are thousands of websites that will show you exactly how to do a user validation using php. There are also thousands of other websites that show you how to get the data from your form back to the server, how to write the data to a database, how to create a simple php form, etc.

See what you can find, and we would be happy to help you figure out what you need to do to incorporate them into your website.

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