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PHP Tutorials

PHP » Basics — about 10 years ago
Regular Expressions are the Swiss Army knife for searching through information for certain patterns. They have a wide arsenal of tools, some of which often go undiscovered or underutilized. Today I will show you some advanced tips for working with regular expressions.
PHP » Basics — almost 8 years ago
Display your Feedburner Subscriber count as plain text for integration into your website.
PHP » Basics — almost 7 years ago
Learn to implement a scraper in PHP which fetches content from Wikipedia in a format which we want and that too without any HTML parser library.
PHP » Basics — over 6 years ago
Thanks to the new Twitter API v1.1, it is now impossible to query the API using pure JavaScript code! So, in this quick tutorial will see how to use PHP to do Application-only authentication and forward the API result of the required resource to JavaScript, plus caching API results to prevent rate-limit errors.
PHP » Basics — 9 days ago
Short sleeve stretch cotton pique polo in ink navy. Graphic patches and signature web trim in green, red, and off-white at spread collar. Two-button placket at front. Rib knit cuffs. Tonal stitching.
PHP » Basics — 9 days ago
Long sleeve French terry hoodie in black. Drawstring at hood. Iridescent logo at front. Rib knit cuffs and hem. Tonal stitching.
PHP » Basics — about 9 years ago
Tutorial on how to create a smilies system ( replacing smilies text by their images ).
PHP » Basics — over 10 years ago
This tutorial explains the basics of PHP Variables.
PHP » Basics — 9 days ago
Long sleeve cotton jersey t-shirt in black. Rib knit crewneck collar and cuffs. Printed logo in white featuring bonded graphic in tones of beige at chest.
PHP » Basics — over 7 years ago
In this tutorial, we’re going to find an XML feed from weather.gov and pull the current conditions from it. Then, we’ll use a PHP switch to determine which background-image div to show. We’ll further that by using another PHP switch in a CSS file to determine the intensity of that weather condition (That’s right, PHP inside CSS- the way a badass works).
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