Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Follow this simple tutorial that will allow you to create your own PHP based Image Uploader - maybe for a image hosting website idea that you may have.
This article focuses on the document that can be generated using PHP namely Rich Text Format (RTF). Rich Text Format (RTF) is a file type used to transfer formatted text documents between applications, even those that run on different platforms, such as IBM and Macintosh. RTF is a file format that many word processing programs understand; it is often used when a document is created in one word processing program but is expected to be edited in another word processing program.
This tutorial wraps up the 6 part series in building a dynamic band website in Drupal. Learn about additional resources and functionality you can add to it.
Learn the admin controls of Drupal in Part 5/6 of this in depth tutorial on building a band website with Drupal.
One of the defining features of PHP is the versatility it offers for connection to, and manipulation with, databases. In this article, we look at some features of the PHP and MySQL combination. We shall go through the following steps:- Connect to MySQL Database Server Create new Database Select MySQL Database Add data to table Retrieve data Error Handling
In this tutorial I will show you how to store binary images (or any binary file) in MySQL using PHP.
This tutorial will teach you how to: 1. Get mod_rewrite up and running 2. Rewrite URLS for cleaner addresses and better SEO with a PHP example.
A brochure-style Web site may be sufficient for a business that simply wants a basic Web presence — some static pages to inform the visitor of the company's off-line contact information. But most organizations want a Web site that can interact with the visitor, delivering custom content in dynamically-generated pages, and storing visitor information in a database.
In the fifth implements two classes to handle cms posts and categories.
The GD library in PHP offers some great tools for resizing and editing images. However, these can increase load time and it would be beneficial to enable client side caching of these resources. You can do this by adding one simple line of code to your image output.
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