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PHP Tutorials

PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 13 years ago
How to customize WordPress. An introduction to WordPress, and the basics of customizing themes. Plus some tips for making your blog search engine friendly.
PHP » Basics — over 2 years ago
Simple t-shirt with graphic printed logo. Crewneck. Short sleeves. Pullover style. About 28" from shoulder to hem. Cotton. Dry clean. Made in Italy.
PHP » Basics — about 12 years ago
Ever wanted to know exactly how many people are on your web site at any given time? This tutorial will teach you how you can create a script which will tell you exactly that.
PHP » Object Oriented Programming — almost 12 years ago
Create a web crawler / spider / scraper in under 5 minutes with PHP OO features! infinitely extendable and a great start.
PHP » Basics — about 12 years ago
There are several PHP scripts and classes to process PayPal payments using their native IPN (Internet payment notification) feature. This Tutorial / guide will show you how to process paypal payments using the IPN feature
PHP » Basics — over 2 years ago
Structured high-top sneakers crafted from polished leather Leather upper Lace-up style Leather lining Synthetic sole Padded insole Made in Italy
PHP » Basics — over 5 years ago
A handy PHP script which allows you to count the number of likes for a specific Facebook page
PHP » Basics — over 2 years ago
Lacoste Men's Straightset Sport Chukka Nubuck Sneakers Navy - the Straightset Sport Chukka is A Court-Inspired Style in Nubuck Leather With Crocodile Embossed Quarters. Leather Overlays and Matt Eyelets add Stylish Detail.
PHP » Image Manipulation — about 12 years ago
In this tutorial I will show you how to store binary images (or any binary file) in MySQL using PHP.
PHP » Image Manipulation — over 12 years ago
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.
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