Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
This tutorial shows you how to create an 8-character random password to send to implement into your user-management system.
In this tutorial you will learn how to build a php script that scrapes links from any web page, some things that can be created via scraping links and the legal issues associated with scraping content.
This tutorial covers the basics of using the Facebook PHP Client Library and how to get your application started, including, installing the Facebook Developer Application, downloading the Facebook PHP Client Library, create your application, a hello Facebook! example, FBML - Facebook Markup Language and using the Facebook API.
Sometimes you want to display an image - but it's not stored in the right size. If you allow the browser to resize the image, it will get distorted and waste bandwidth. Instead, you can use the PHP GD library to resize the image on the fly. This tutorial will show you how to use the GD library to read an image, resize it, and output it as part of an HTML page.
Everyone makes errors and if you use PHP you will create bugs. The purpose of this tutorial is to give an introduction to debugging using PHP. You will learn basic ways to determine where problems occur as well as functions like var_dump().
Web development is a world of rapid code modifications, instant deployment and immediate updates. Of course, maintaining the product of this web development can be as hectic as the web development is agile; with manual backups, quick database edits and tedious data migration and re-entry.
In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at the technique of geotargeting, or serving content to users based on their physical location.
Some forms need to be broken up into multiple pieces - but you need to find a way to keep passing information along to the final processing script. With PHP, you can write a very simple function to do all the hard work for you.
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.
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