Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
This is a simple tutorial that shows How To Populate Drop Down Menu From Database In PHP. This is going to be a simple and straightforward tutorial. Without wasting time, let begin. We will be create a test database and some sample data to use for the purpose of this tutorial. Below is the schema that create our fruits table.
So far we’ve created a MySQL database and tables, populated them with data, and added indexes to make them fast to search. Now it’s time to look at how these searches are performed, and the various commands and qualifiers available. We will be looking at querying MySQL database.
With well over ten million installations, MySQL is probably the most popular database management system for web servers. Developed in the mid-1990s, it’s now a mature technology that powers many of today’s most-visited Internet destinations. One reason for its success must be the fact that, like PHP, it’s free to use. But it’s also extremely powerful and exceptionally fast-it can run on even the most basic of hardware, and it hardly puts a dent in system resources.
Today I will be showing you how to create a simple PHP/MySQL search for your website. Recently I was working on a project I have to include a within search feature. The search engine is just to search the website database. So I decided to make a tutorial of it for you guys. This is going to be a very short, in fact its going to be the shortest tutorial have ever done my lovely readers will notice this but its concise. So let’s begin.
Getting feedback from users is a great feature of blogs and it helps bloggers to interact with their blog user. In today’s tutorial, I will be showing you how to build a comment system with a simple spam check in PHP. Spams are very annoying to bloggers and combating them is a tedious task. So I have decided to write a tutorial on how to create a PHP comment system with a little spam check.
In today tutorial, I will be showing how to create a photo album in PHP/MySQL. Before we get started, below is what our final output will look like. Photo Album In PHP/MySQL So let’s get started.
This tutorial describes how to release Session storage in a MySQL database. You may know that Sessions are very critical component of creating dynamic websites and web applications. When we build such type of website, we will most certainly be required to add handle of Sessions at some point.
In this article, I'll explain how to allow your users to post and view comments on your website without using any third party scripts. I'll explain how to develop a simple Comments class that you can reuse in other projects.
This tutorial will cover creating a login system with registration
You will learn how we can write SQL command to show data from two tables and also specify some additional conditions to limit the amount of data returned. Have fun!
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