PHP Classes
elePHPant
Icontem

File: testKnowMyUser.php

Recommend this page to a friend!
  Classes of zinsou A.A.E.Mo´se  >  PHP User Location Details  >  testKnowMyUser.php  >  Download  
File: testKnowMyUser.php
Role: Example script
Content type: text/plain
Description: example script
Class: PHP User Location Details
Find users' location and display it on Google Maps
Author: By
Last change:
Date: 2 years ago
Size: 2,272 bytes
 

 

Contents

Class file image Download
<?php
require_once('KnowMyUser.class.php');
//DATABASE DETAILS
//SET HOSTNAME
$hostname = "localhost";

//MYSQL USERNAME
$username ="root";

//MYSQL PASSWORD
$password="";

//MYSQL DATABASE NAME
$database="cms";
//DATABASE CONNECTION
try
{
$bdd=new PDO('mysql:host='.$hostname.';dbname='.$database,$username,$password,array(PDO::ATTR_ERRMODE=> PDO::ERRMODE_EXCEPTION));

}
catch(
Exception $e)
{
    die(
'Erreur:'.$e->getMessage());
}
// DATABASE CONNECTION CODE END


/*
 First Way : you can specify all your setting yourself by creating an instance
 yourself that will then have all the methods from VSIPD and MapBuilder
*/


$x=new KnowMyUser('66.84.41.158');//specify a specific IP address to work
echo $x->buffered_staticmap("9",'640x200',$bdd);//a way to load a buffered image as suggested by someone
// $x->GetjustBasics_Map($bdd);//this is a short cut method to load a dynamic map but you can set every thing this way:


/*
$x=new KnowMyUser(); //get user IP to work
$map=$this->seehim_onMap();//see this method statement to know the parameters needed here we use the defaults

//from here you can set yourself your map details as specified in the reference.txt file or in the numerous examples
//of the MapBuilder class package directory.An example could be from there :


// Set the default map type.
$map->setMapTypeId(MapBuilder::MAP_TYPE_ID_ROADMAP);

// Set width and height of the map.
$map->setSize(650, 450);

// Set default zoom level.
$map->setZoom(17);

// Set minimum and maximum zoom levels.
$map->setMinZoom(10);
$map->setMaxZoom(19);

// Disable mouse scroll wheel.
$map->setScrollwheel(false);

// Make the map draggable.
$map->setDraggable(true);

// Enable zooming by double click.
$map->setDisableDoubleClickZoom(false);

// Disable all on-map controls.
$map->setDisableDefaultUI(true);

// Display the map.
$map->show();

*/



/*
second way: use a short cut with predefined map settings
*/

KnowMyUser::Fastway('66.84.41.158',$bdd);// to know a specific ip location
// KnowMyUser::Fastway(null,$bdd);//to know the client IP address or even without database storage:
// KnowMyUser::Fastway();//to know the client IP address even without database storage
?>