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PHP Tutorials

PHP » Sockets — over 10 years ago
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a PHP script to check whether the actual domain name is available or not.
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 10 years ago
A walkthrough designed to help anyone looking to implement one of the popular PHP CMSs, regardless of technical ability.
PHP » Basics — over 8 years ago
This 7 step tutorial will teach you how to create a simple but secured login system.
PHP » Basics — over 10 years ago
I will cover the basics of using the Facebook PHP Client Library and how to get your application started, including: 1. Installing The Facebook Developer Application 2. Downloading The Facebook PHP Client Library 3. Creating Your Application 4. Hello Facebook! Example 5. FBML - Facebook Markup Language 6. Using the Facebook API
PHP » Cookies and Sessions — over 10 years ago
Basics of MySQL and showing the contents of a database table.
PHP » Database Interactions — over 1 year ago
If your MYSQL database import fails with Unknown collation: ‘utf8mb4_unicode_ci’ after the latest WordPress update 4.2.2, chances are that you are running a MYSQL server version 5.5.2 or below. With the most recent update, WordPress changed their encoding standard from utf8 to utf8mb4, which is only supported starting with MYSQL server version 5.5.3.
PHP » Security — over 10 years ago
In this tutorial you'll learn how to secure your scripts against SQL injections. Detailled explanation and good end result!
PHP » File Manipulation — over 10 years ago
Learn the basics of coding an upload file form in PHP.
PHP » Image Manipulation — over 10 years ago
Create a copy of an image as a thumbnail. You get a great function that use the GD library to create the new thumbnail file.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 1 year ago
What is a 404? 404 is the response status that your website sends to the client (visitor’s browser) when the visitor gets on a page that does not exist. WordPress does that pretty well and a theme can customize that page as needed. But what about getting a very fast 404 page and also to manage all those 404 urls? Meet, Forty Four, a great plugin to manage your WordPress 404 pages.
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