Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
This is a Simple User Registration Script in PHP and MySQL. By using this user can easily register, filling username, email, password fields. After submitting form, the data will be stored in a database table. So that next time user can login with the login credentials which are used while user registration.
Regular expressions are a great, powerful and handy tool used for manipulating strings. First look at Regex (abbreviation Regular Expresion) might scare some people initialy as for beginner Regex patterns looks awful. This article will help you with using Regular Expressions in your projects.
You will learn how we can write SQL command to show data from two tables and also specify some additional conditions to limit the amount of data returned. Have fun!
Drupal 7 is an open source content management system. Here i’ll explain about what is content management system and what is drupal? and what drupal can do for your website and what you can do with drupal. How you can extend drupal’s functionality. And who else is using drupal 7.
Select database queries with Inner, Left and Right Join represent an important part of SQL syntax and come in very handy when you want to make more advanced queries. Don't forget to have fun while learning!
How to Import large sql database files into MySql, PhpMyAdmin allows us to import sql files into MySQL database, but it has a restriction of up-to 2 Mega Bytes in localhost, what if you want to import an 125 Mega Bytes of SQL file.
WordPress default email sending function wp_mail is way too basic. It uses "Wordpress" as sender name and doesn't allow you send HTML and plain text mail at the same time. If you are writing a plugin that sends emails this is going to be a problem.
Here is a great list of code snippets and scripts for .htaccess file to optimize your website in many ways like redirection, performance, ease of use, security and more!
Allow your visitors to Login Register in Drupal using Google Account login credentials, Here we are using a module just install enable and configure module.
Are you afraid to put your PHP site online because it’s unsafe? We have all been there. It’s easy to frighten when reading horror stories about hacked sites, leaked user data and so on. Probably every site can be hacked, no matter how well it’s protected. But having the most important security measures in your code will lower the probability to something like 1 in millions.
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