I've recenly written a guild recruitment block for my website (still in testing, not live).
I wrote the code in Notepad with a little help from a php editor (for syntax highlighting/troubleshooting).
Baically, it's written so that when you put an "A" through "E" next to the class you're trying to recruit, it echo's a priority on the front page for that class.
// Class Status
// Your class status should reflect the highest need based on the spec priority.
// A = Closed - no longer accepting
// B = Low - Recruiting this class, but on a select basis
// C = Medium - Recruiting this class, needed to fufill a group role (Tank, Mele, Ranged, Healing)
// D = High - Recruiting this class, imperitive to fufill class rolls
// E = Open - Recruiting members of this class, regardless of need
$class_dkn = A;
$class_dru = B;
$class_hun = C;
$class_mag = D;
$class_pal = E;
$class_pri = A;
$class_rog = B;
$class_sha = C;
$class_wal = D;
$class_war = E;
Pretty simple, right?
When I change a letter and cut the entire code from Notepad and paste it into the php block, it works perfectly. When I go into the block code and individually change a letter without repasting the entire code, the whole block breaks, and I get random code scattered all over my frontpage.
Anyone else run into this problem?