Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
As a website owner or blogger you need a good number of subscribers and followers to be successful in the social media world. Many websites provide freebies such as eBooks, Icon Packs and Plugins in exchange for emails. Getting people to tweet your content is another trending method to get more visitors to your site. In this tutorial, I’ll be showing how to create a WordPress reward for Tweet plugin to increase the tweets on your content while satisfying everyone!
We will learn how to create a simple HTML form for sending e-mail and how to process this data to send e-mail message in PHP.
Learn how to build a complete content management system using PHP and MySQL in just a few hours. Full code download included.
This is a Simple User Registration Script in PHP and MySQL. By using this user can easily register, filling username, email, password fields. After submitting form, the data will be stored in a database table. So that next time user can login with the login credentials which are used while user registration.
The mail() function allows us to directly send email from php script. This function allows sending header information as parameter.
If you’ve been following parts one and two of this portfolio website tutorial series you will already know how to design the concept in Photoshop and build a working demo in HTML/CSS. Now let’s take the design and convert it into a basic WordPress theme so you can easily manage and update your website through the popular WordPress application.
In this article we will present our unique solution for automation of app installation in just one click – Jelastic Packaging Standard (JPS). We will describe how to package your own application in order to share it as ready-to-use product.
Hooks are very useful in WordPress. They allow you to “hook” custom functions to an existing function, and allow you to modify WordPress’ functionality without editing the core files. This article shows simple usage of WordPress hook. The hook we are using here is post_publish, to restrict a specific word from post title You can read for more : http://www.dynamicwp.net/articles-and-tutorials/how-to-restrict-a-specific-word-from-post-title/
This tutorial introduces you to object-oriented programming in PHP. You'll explore the basics of object-oriented programming, and learn how to write simple object-oriented PHP scripts.
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