Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
include() and require() functions is used to include the content of one php file to the other php file.Here you can learn this with an example...
This tutorial describes how to cache HTML output with PHP script. There are many cases when people would like to create a cache for output of php pages on their website. This technique allows you to reduce a response time and increase productivity of your site.
In this tutorial, suitable for PHP beginners and intermediates, we will learn how to handle file uploads in PHP and how to resize and save the image with PHP code.
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In this article we explain the differences between all the include() and require() functions PHP has to offer.
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