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PHP Tutorials

PHP » Database Interactions — almost 11 years ago
A quick and easy guide to user registration using PHP, SQL and PHPMyAdmin.
PHP » Object Oriented Programming — almost 11 years ago
In this article, I'll be talking about a useful new feature introduced in PHP5 as part of the OOP improvements over PHP4. This feature is called Method Chaining and enables us to do pretty cool things like...
PHP » Frameworks — almost 11 years ago
An introduction to the Model View Controller design practice. This is a common theme of most frameworks and will greatly improve your code organization and management.
PHP » Basics — almost 11 years ago
A huge collection of various methods aiming to speed up your website.
PHP » Security — almost 11 years ago
Learn how to securely use PHP and MYSQL in a script.
PHP » Database Interactions — almost 11 years ago
In the previous part of this tutorial we have learned how to define a new project in Dreamweaver CS3, how to design a database, how to connect to the database using Dreamweaver's build in tools and how to create a template and apply it to our pages. In this part of the tutorial we have a look at how to create a control panel to manage our links.
PHP » Database Interactions — almost 11 years ago
This tutorial will give you a feel for working with PHP and MySQL. It fully explains how to Insert, Modify, Read, and Delete data from a SQL database.
PHP » Security — about 11 years ago
Learn how to ban a single IP or multiple IP addresses from accessing your website.
PHP » Database Interactions — almost 11 years ago
Making use of MySQL and its databases will enable you to more fully enjoy the potential of PHP. Here is a look at creating a table in your MySQL database.
PHP » Email — about 9 years ago
There are many ways for visitors to contact you through your website whether it is by comment, forums or guestbook’s, but the easiest method is an email straight to your inbox. An easy way to accomplish this is to add a form to your website that allows visitors to fill out and send to you. This is a brief tutorial on how to create your form, both the PHP and HTML sections to it.
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