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PHP Tutorials

PHP » Cookies and Sessions — over 5 years ago
A cookie is an item of data that a web server saves to your computer’s hard disk via a web browser. It can contain almost any alphanumeric information (as long as it’s under 4 KB) and can be retrieved from your computer and returned to the server.
PHP » Object Oriented Programming — almost 6 years ago
With the introduction of PHP5, there is a great improvements in OOP and it also introduces many new libraries to seamlessly work with database in an OOP way. These libraries provide you with improved performance, sometimes improved security features, and of course a whole lot of methods to interact with new features provided by the database server. In this tutorial, I will be discussing connecting to MySQL database the OOP way in PHP.
PHP » Forms — almost 6 years ago
A step to step guide on how to customize your newsletter subscription form for wordpress jetpack subscriptions plugin
PHP » Forms — almost 6 years ago
When a form is submitted to a PHP script, the information from that form is automatically made availableto the script. As of the PHP 5.4, there are only two ways to access data from HTML forms: GET and POST. In this post, I will be discussing GET vs POST, comparing and stating when to use them.
PHP » File Manipulation — over 6 years ago
include() and require() functions is used to include the content of one php file to the other php file.Here you can learn this with an example...
PHP » Cookies and Sessions — over 5 years ago
A handy PHP code snippet which detect whether the visitor is logged in or not in WordPress.
PHP » Forms — over 5 years ago
Most spam bots aren't too smart and will fill all the fields they find in a form in attempt to spam it. This led to inventing super-simple "honeypot" fields - input fields hidden by CSS. Users don't see them and don't fill them, while bots fill them. In your backend you just have to check if the field is empty. If it is not, voila, you have caught a spammer.
PHP » Basics — almost 5 years ago
There are times you might want to reference a particular file in another file. These is mostly common in OOP. PHP provides function which can be used to reference another file from a calling file. These function are include() and require() and we will be looking at them shortly. These functions help in creating functions, headers, footers, or elements that can be reused on multiple pages. This will help developers to make it easy to change the layout of complete website with minimal effort.
PHP » Frameworks — almost 5 years ago
In this Post, We are going to create a simple HTML select box element using Laravel Form and HTML builder class.
PHP » Forms — almost 5 years ago
Google’s recaptcha is really good but not always the most optimal tool for stopping spambots. It takes a bit too much space, requires entering app IDs, and sometimes is hard for the visitors to solve. Question based captcha’s are often easier solution. A simple question that requires textual answer is usually enough to keep most bots away, and is easy to code, requires no graphic libraries or API keys.
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