Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
So far we’ve created a MySQL database and tables, populated them with data, and added indexes to make them fast to search. Now it’s time to look at how these searches are performed, and the various commands and qualifiers available. We will be looking at querying MySQL database.
A handy guide which can help you while using wp_trim_words() function in WordPress
A handy PHP code snippet which allows you to set WordPress permalink structure via functions.php file
A handy PHP code snippet which allows you automatically empty your WordPress trash.
With well over ten million installations, MySQL is probably the most popular database management system for web servers. Developed in the mid-1990s, it’s now a mature technology that powers many of today’s most-visited Internet destinations. One reason for its success must be the fact that, like PHP, it’s free to use. But it’s also extremely powerful and exceptionally fast-it can run on even the most basic of hardware, and it hardly puts a dent in system resources.
A small amount of code which allows the users to extract the video ID from the YouTube URL.
A tiny PHP code which allows you to stop the automatic image compression performed by WordPress on the uploaded images to reduce its size.
Getting feedback from users of websites is very important, hence the need for all website to have a contact us form. Websites admins can get message on how to serve their users better. In cases of business websites, the contact us form will be used to get in touch with the business organization as regards their products and services. In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to create a simple contact us form in PHP.
A handy WordPress snippet which allows you to execute WordPress shortcodes within the WordPress theme files
A handy code snippet which allows you set default content for posts in WordPress editor.
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