Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
This Tutorial explains installation of php & apc on gnulinux or centos-5
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...
The PHP $_GET and $_POST variables are used to retrieve information from forms, like user input.
This tutorial will cover creating a login system with registration
Convert currency from one country to another easily with Google’s finance calculator, using that it’s possible to collect the output using PHP.
RainCaptcha is simple to use CAPTCHA for forms, it helps prevent spam submissions by creating images on the fly with embedded text.
One of the most impressive features of WordPress is its extensibility. Plugins can extend WordPress and provide it with extra functionality – they can add to security, provide social functions, search engine optimization, and many more. I’ve gathered ten plus something of these plugins that you will surely find very useful for your WordPress site, let it be a blog, a portfolio, or anything else!
In WordPress there is default gallery, i guess most of us don't use because we have awesome plugin called nggallery. But in order to check if a post has gallery or not,we have to add this in wordpress loop.
Have you ever tried of logging WordPress with email id, if not then follow this simple tutorial. Basically in WordPress, we have only option to login with username, when you add this snippet in functions.php we can also login with email address too.
In WordPress we always have a boring same color of different posts, in order to specify each type of WordPress post in different colors ,there is a simple snippet which needs to be added in functions.php file. As you can change colors for yourselves.
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