Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
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.
This tutorial explains how to install Apache Web Server on Windows Vista.
In this tutorial i will teach you how you can upload files to your website using PHP. I will teach you the basics and show you how to manage which files may be uploaded.
Want to export your Mysql data to a CSV(comma seperated value) file? In this tutorial i will show you how to export your data from Mysql into a CSV file.
Ever wonderd how to display how many visitors you have online. In this tutorial i will show you an easy but effective way to display the amount of online visitor’s.
In this tutorial, we’ll see how the PHP server-side scripting language can be used to send email, and explore how to send complex message types such as HTML email or emails with file attachments.
In this advanced tutorial i will teach you the steps required to create a custom build login/member system with PHP.
Why would I want to validate PHP_SELF? It's a server side value, so how could it be a security issue? Wrong! It can be altered by the user for XSS (Cross Side Scripting). Read on!
Many people have heard of SQLite but not many people have used it in their PHP applications. Most PHP applications make use of the MySQL database engine to store information however this is not always needed for small amounts of data. In these cases, web applications often store their data in a "flat file" format, often just a plain text file or an XML file. Both of these methods have their downsides.
In this short article I will introduce you to the PHP Command Line Interface (or CLI for short). PHP CLI allows you to run PHP scripts directly from the command line bypassing the need for a web server.
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