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PHP Tutorials

PHP » Database Interactions — almost 4 years ago
Generating extended MySQL inserts is a great way of speeding up big insert jobs, there are some pitfalls to avoid though.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 3 years ago
Learn how to build a complete content management system using PHP and MySQL in just a few hours. Full code download included.
PHP » Forums — over 1 year ago
In this lesson we will cover most of the basic PHP knowledge and will learn how to create a very simple forum by using PHP and MySql database. If you are a PHP beginner this one should be right at your alley and most importantly, experiment and have fun!
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 2 years ago
In this article we are going to a have a look at the CSS classes you will find inside a Wordpress theme. You should be able to take the CSS in this article and use it as a starting point for your next Wordpress theme.
PHP » Security — 9 months ago
This tutorial provides a few simple techniques for protecting yourself and your web site from spammers. It does this from two perspectives: protecting your web site from being spammed (this article)
PHP » Content Management Systems — 6 days ago
The default WordPress category widget doesn't have an option to exclude certain categories from the listing, but you can easily do this by using a handy function.
PHP » Forms — over 4 years ago
Tutorial on how to retrieve user input data from form fields using PHP POST and GET metods.
PHP » Content Management Systems — 11 days ago
This is a small amount of code enables the support taxonomy support for files uploaded in media library.
PHP » Site Navigation — about 1 year ago
Compression is a simple and effective way to save bandwidth and speed up your website. When a user hits your website there is a call that is made to your server to deliver the requested files (actually they are HTML, CSS files, Javascript files, images etc. The bigger these files are the longer it's going to take for them to get to your browser. Also it takes much more time to appear on your screen whether you work on stationary or mobile devices.
PHP » Basics — over 4 years ago
Even after using PHP for years, we stumble upon functions and features that we did not know about. Some of these can be very useful, yet underused. Not all of us have read the manual and the function reference from cover to cover!
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