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PHP Tutorials

PHP » Content Management Systems — 9 days ago
If you are moving to a new domain, here is how to 301 Redirect WordPress on Addon Domains using htaccess, without hurting your page rank.
PHP » Content Management Systems — 9 days ago
A handy WordPress code snippet which allows HTML tag within the category description field on the WordPress dashboard.
PHP » Site Navigation — 9 days ago
This is a handy WordPress snippet which allows you to change search permalink in WordPress.
PHP » Content Management Systems — 9 days ago
In this post, I will show you how you can disable default sidebar widgets in WordPress.
PHP » Basics — about 1 month ago
We can get current server path or current working directory in PHP using getcwd function. You can change current working directory using chdir function.
PHP » Forms — 3 months ago
Most spam bots aren't too smart and will fill all the fields they find in a form in attempt to spam it. This led to inventing super-simple "honeypot" fields - input fields hidden by CSS. Users don't see them and don't fill them, while bots fill them. In your backend you just have to check if the field is empty. If it is not, voila, you have caught a spammer.
PHP » Database Interactions — 3 months ago
This is a simple tutorial that shows How To Populate Drop Down Menu From Database In PHP. This is going to be a simple and straightforward tutorial. Without wasting time, let begin. We will be create a test database and some sample data to use for the purpose of this tutorial. Below is the schema that create our fruits table.
PHP » Content Management Systems — 3 months ago
In this post, we will see how we can add a Favicon to our WordPress Website or blog
PHP » Cookies and Sessions — 3 months ago
Here's a handy PHP code snippet which allows you to the fetch Alexa rank of website.
PHP » Basics — 4 months ago
We will be looking at an interesting topic today: Difference Between Arguments And Parameters. No doubts most of us do use these two terms interchangeably while working with functions. New to functions? read my other tutorial Functions In PHP. These two terms can be confusing and are mostly used in place of the other, but as a programmer you should be able to identify and use your terms properly.So what are arguments and parameter?
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