Apr 07, 2011 — 11 comments
In this tutorial we'll learn how to make a PHP Mailing System which lets your users subscribe, validate, and recieve emails from you.
In this episode: - We do a quick fresh install of CodeIgniter and Doctrine, without going into details like last episode. - Briefly go over some of the basic concepts of CodeIgniter and Doctrine. - First we will review Controllers and Views in CodeIgniter. - Then we will move on to Models using Doctrine. This is where things are going to get a little different, compared to other CodeIgniter tutorials out there. - Finally we will preview a sample Doctrine Model and talk about what
This free tutorial shows you how to use the YQL web service from PHP. Demo and source code included.
This free tutorial shows you how to display Gravitar images with PHP. Demo and source code included.
In this first part of series, I will show you how to create a basic CodeIgniter install and add Doctrine as a plug-in. Doctrine is an Object Relational Mapper for PHP.
Creating a default config.php allows you to have a starting point for all your projects. This tutorial includes a brief overview of what your config.php should contain as well as a complete sample config.php file.
Welcome to part four of my ‘WordPress from scratch’ series! This 4th part covers setting up WordPress’s amazing comment system, getting your pages (pages.php) looking like the rest of your blog, setting up your dynamic highlighting nav’ and more! I’ve also provided code snippets...
One crucial part of PHP development practice is always keeping in mind that security is not something you can simply buy off the shelf at your local convenient store. Ensuring the security of your web applications is a process, which over time, needs to be constantly evaluated, monitored, and hardened.
We are developing a cool and simple login/registration system in a few easy to follow steps. You can download the complete source code and modify it to fit your own needs.
A tutorial on creating a complicated e-mail form for custom coupon creation (with user's name), print feature, with database support and mail() function usage. In-depth discussion of each step as well as updated script built at the end of the article is present
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