Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
This tutorial will teach everything you need to get you on your way to learning PHP. You can learn exactly how it works, how data is sent, as well as a detailed explanation of some of the most commonly used functions.
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a simple guestbook where your visitors can leave messages which are stored in a MySQL database. It contains the basic functions and security settings.
How to customize WordPress. An introduction to WordPress, and the basics of customizing themes. Plus some tips for making your blog search engine friendly.
How to create a template engine with PHP & MySQL that stores all html and design within a database.
Ever need to generate random keys for users, like those websites and products use to activate their accounts? This tutorial walks you through the creation of one such key generator, as well as provides you a function to create your keys if you just want the code.
In this tutorial you will learn some basics of security in PHP including Code Injection Vulnerabilities, GET/POST Variable Manipulation, SQL Injection and Cross-Site Scripting.
Many people have heard of SQLite but not many people have used it in their PHP applications. Most PHP applications make use of the MySQL database engine to store information however this is not always needed for small amounts of data. In these cases, web applications often store their data in a "flat file" format, often just a plain text file or an XML file. Both of these methods have their downsides.
Protect yourself, your server and your scripts. Also covers session fixation and SQL injection.
In this tutorial, we’ll see how the PHP server-side scripting language can be used to send email, and explore how to send complex message types such as HTML email or emails with file attachments.
A tutorial which will teach you to use mysql_num_rows to count the amount of results(rows) found from a query.
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