Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
This is one of the PHP/MySQL essentials, you won't come far if you don't learn how to connect to a MySQL database with PHP. Additionally you will also find out how to run SQL query to retrieve data and insert a new record into MySql database. Have fun!
Building a multilanguage website is not a trivial task and you will encounter many problems on this way, and one of them is how you're planning to store the content of the site in the database for each language. This tutorial describes most popular techniques of creating database for multilanguage web sites.
This tutorial describes an introduction to classes and object oriented programming in PHP. Object oriented programming (OOP) is a commonly used term when discussing modern programming techniques. One of the things that makes humans stand out is the ability to categorize - we put objects into categories of similar type of function.
In this tutorial we'll learn how to create and use singleton classes. A singleton class is a class that can be instantiated only once. This is may be useful when only one object of certain class is needed to coordinate across your system. While it may not come up frequently, it can be a useful technique when it simply doesn't make sense to have more than one instance of a class.
Learn how to use the TinyURL API and fetch shortened URLs on the fly with PHP.
Let me introduce you to the basics of phpMyAdmin, one of the most popular applications for editing MySql databases. We will create a database, a new table and insert a couple of values.
Functions in PHP are a block of code that can be executed whenever we need it, without the need to write the same code again. Follow the link for the very first steps and introduction to the world of PHP functions.
The common problem on most of WordPress Themes is that Contributors can see all posts in Admin Panel (Dashboard), even draft and pending posts of others. This is an annoying thing, because if you or your users may want to write new articles on your blog, they will be able to see all other posts in your Admin Panel, but they can’t delete or edit any post.
I’ve been asked to recreate a tutorial on how to make your sidebar look better, more like mine. All it takes is some CSS copy/pasting!
A CDN is a “Content Delivery Network” and the way I think about it is that it’s a cheaper “server” that holds copies of your images, videos, and other miscellaneous files in multiple locations and is used to serve your visitors with that data.
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