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PHP Tutorials

PHP » Email — over 10 years ago
A simple email contact form using php and mail(). Downloadable code.
PHP » Image Manipulation — over 10 years ago
Using JavaScript, PHP and the GD library, we are going to draw a bar chart showing the binomial distribution for 0 to 10 successes out of 10 trials based upon the probability for success entered by the user in a form.
PHP » Cookies and Sessions — over 9 years ago
Use Twitter for logins! Perfect for Twitter Apps and an unofficial OpenID.
PHP » Basics — over 9 years ago
In the second part of the tutorial, we learn how to add an item to the shopping cart and how to delete an item from the shopping cart. We also learn how to use cookies in order to keep trace of the items added to every single cart.
PHP » Basics — about 11 years ago
This tutorial explains step by step how to install Apache web server, PHP and MySQL on Windows XP machine.
PHP » Basics — almost 9 years ago
A simple guide explaining some of the basic error handling capabilities of PHP. Also features an error handling script that anyone can download and use. Some prior knowledge of PHP may be required.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 8 years ago
Wordpress version 2.9 comes with many improvements, one of them is something that should have been available for a long time, the post thumbnails. Here is how to use it.
PHP » Basics — over 8 years ago
The Ternary comparison operator is an alternative to the if-else statement, it's shorter and could be used to easily do a significant difference depending on a condition without the need of a if statement. The Ternary operator is made for two different actions, one if the condition is true, the other one if it's false but with nested Ternary operators we can use it like an if-elseif.else statement(more to that later).
PHP » Database Interactions — over 9 years ago
I remember the first time I wanted to pull addresses from a MySQL database and dynamically map them using Google Maps API. I went through the Google Maps API Documentation, followed several online tutorials and used code other developers provided online but I couldn’t achieve what I wanted. After several days of hair pulling and heavy coffee drinking, I put together what I had learned from all that and voila! I got it to work.
PHP » Database Interactions — over 11 years ago
Sorting your database-results
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