Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
Learn how to add a reCAPTCHA with HTML and PHP to protect your website from spammers and abuse
A small amount of code which enables the developer to change the paypal icon that appears on WooCommerce checkout page in WordPress.
This is a handy WordPress code snippet which allows you to change the shop page title in WooCommerce
A handy PHP code snippet to export data From MySQL database to CSV file with PHP
This is a handy code snippet which allows you to exclude or hide particular categories from your Home page in WordPress
Hello reader! In this Blog I will cover the topic, Canonical Issue, There Consequences and how to Resolve and get rid from such issues. So lets first start with......
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Welcome guys to the third part of the Simple CRUD application In PHP and MySQL. In the previous part, we looked at setting up our working environment and directory structure. We have also created a database and table our application will be using. If your just joining, please refer to the previous parts so as to catch up.
Having a WordPress site is great and very easy to maintain, but when it comes to comment spam it's a disaster... Luckily, there are few ways to reduce the spam almost to zero, using few useful plugins and some simple tricks.
Welcome guys, this is the second part of the Simple CRUD Application In PHP and MySQL series. In the first part of the tutorial series, I did an overview of the application we will be developing. In this part, we will be setting up our working environment and also create our database. Lets begin.
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