Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
An RSS feed is a great way to serve up your content to users. However, if you're not using a standard CMS or blogging platform you may not have an RSS feed generated for you automatically. This tutorial will show you how to create an RSS feed in a few simple steps. If you can query your database to get information about your articles, you can complete this tutorial and build a custom feed.
When it comes to building web applications in PHP, performance isn't typically a major concern. Features, usability and any business concerns are considered a greater priority, as they can be better demonstrated and visualised. Performance graphs don't make the boss's day. So, why should you as a PHP developer, worry about performance? Quite a few reasons, in fact...
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a captcha image to protect your form submissions.
The fourth part implements the login, logout, registration process using the class created in the third part
So, you’re a hotshot PHP developer. You’ve written a lot of code powering some pretty cool websites; maybe you’ve even written some public / open source scripts that other developers are using. You’ve been through it all with the web, from basic database hacks to battling with inconsistent browser rendering, and now you want to have a go at something different.
This quick tutorial shows you how to use Simple XML to read and manipulate an RSS feed. The end result is a few lines of code that you can use to syndicate a site's feed on your own page - adding links to relevant content for your users.
Learn how to create a website design templating system using php to be able to easily update different sections on your website by changing only few design files. The tutorial is designed for total beginners, so it is easy to understand and follow.
This tutorial walks you through how to use a few simple functions - strotime(), date(), and rand() - to find a random date in PHP. The end result is a simple one-line command, which you can place in a function and re-use in your own scripts.
In this tutorial, we will explore how to use the latest update of Zend Studio for debugging PHP scripts. But first, we will get an overview of the product, its various editions, the system requirements for running it, and other installation considerations.
The third part covers a class that handles user authentication. This class will be used to implement the login/logout/registration process to create a password proctected area of the CMS (the admin section).
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