Apr 07, 2011 — 7 comments
Building the Back End of a Photo Site
More often than not, new developers tend to repeat a lot of code in their websites and web apps instead of recycling them. Functions give you the freedom to alter code all throughout your website or web app in one place, both convenient and it helps avoid errors! We’ll look at why functions should be used, where they should be used, how they should be used and some special techniques you should be using.
In this tutorial we look at the issue of SQL injection, how the attackers use it, the problems that can arise and methods of prevention using PHP.
Today, most of websites use the RSS Feed with Feedburner to analyse and to count its readers. In this tutorial, I'll explain how create a custom RSS Feed button with the readers number. You'll use PHP with GD and XML.
Real World OOP with PHP and MySQL
Create a PHP5 Framework - Part 3
Recently I needed to create a page in Wordpress that didn't have the sidebar on it. Took me a wile to find the solution, but the one I found works like a charm. Takes a bit of programming knowledge, but not too bad.
When you post a new article to your blog, there is function (in wordpress) where it automatically sends a message out to various blog directories letting them know of your new post. That's a Ping. I don't need to tell you that this is great for traffic.
One of my sites was recently hacked by some dildo. I was running Joomla 1.5 and they broke into the admin account with a known exploit. This video shows you how you can prevent it to start with and how to reset your admin password to get back into your site.
How to Dynamically Create Thumbnails
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