Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Create your own content management system using an OOP approach. The second part implements a class that handles the database functions that we’ll need for our CMS.
Create your own content management system using an OOP approach. The first part covers the base class used to build the CMS.
This tutorial will show you how to install Abyss and configure it for PHP, as well as other tools.
With the introduction of PHP4, PHP introduced classes, a type of programming subdivision typically only seen in desktop languages. PHP5 expanded upon this implementation, creating what many consider to be a nearly full object orientation implementation. This tutorial will focus on only the basic realm of classes, which is compatible with both PHP4 and PHP5, unless otherwise noted. Note that you need a decent understanding of PHP to read this :D (including the understanding of how functions work)
Whenever you input data into the database, it must be sanitized. This is simply not an option. Not doing so leaves room for various exploits and attacks.
Mysql Tutorial 1 : MySQL for Newbies, How to create a MySQL Database and Table
This tutorial walks you through how to use the crypt() function in php. You'll encrypt a password so that it can be stored in the database, compare a new word to the encrypted password, and use an md5 hash to make sure you encrypt the entire passphrase.
In this tutorial I will teach administrators of Simple Machines Forums how to hide the boards of inactive members.
Debugging essentially means to track down an error in your code. Found a "bug" in your code? Then you need to "de-bug" it! This article will introduce you to some basic concepts such as error checking and built-in functions like var_dump() that will aid you in tracking down errors in your PHP applications. There are also many fully-fledged debugging tools for PHP that lets you set breakpoints, watch variables, and such like, but we won't be using them in this article.
This tutorial walks you through creating a php script to send a trackback HTTP request to a blog, read the response, and let the user know whether or not the trackback was successful.
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