Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
One thing you can’t escape in your PHP journey is arrays, at one point or another they’ll crop up in your simple script, your project or anything in between. Arrays are relatively to simple to use, but can be a bit daunting for people new to programming or just PHP.
In this tutorial u will learn all about Php Sessions. Before you start reading you must have a basic understanding of PHP, if you like this tutorial So please go gental on the comments.
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There are different formats in which forms present you with a way to input your phone number. Some have a 3-digit field between parenthesis for the area code, a second 3-digit field and finally a third 4-digit field. Some coders like to record the dashes and the parenthesis, like this: (123) 456-7890 or 123-456-7890 or simply 456-7890 Let’s say you recorded the phone number using the format that uses parenthesis. You have hundreds, maybe even thousands of records. Now imagine your boss n
There are a lot of cases in which you will need to check for a valid email address. For example, you might have a user registration script, an online newsletter or a simple contact form. As merely humans, subscribers to our online newsletters might inadvertently misspell their email address, forget to press and hold the Shift key to get the @ character or miss to press the period before the “com”. Whatever the mistake the user makes, our script must be prepared.
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.
Want to know how to send email from a PHP script? Need visitors to send feedback to your email? You can use a PHP contact form. In this tutorial you'll learn how to create contact form with a php script that will send a simple text-only email.
In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create simple PHP guestbook using only one PHP file. We will create the PHP/MySQL Guestbook in four phases 1) Setting up the database 2) Creating the Guestbook form 3) Coding the PHP script that will process the guestbook submissions 4) Coding the PHP script that will display the guestbook entries
This tutorial gives the outline of a highly flexible role-based access control system. Furthermore, it helps in establishing principles using standard notions of RBAC. The tutorial teaches you the code for administering RBAC and also explains how questions about access can be answered.
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