Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Wordpress allows you to create your own custom menus from pages or category items. Using your theme settings you can define where certain menus can appear. For example you can create a menu for all your categories and display this at the top of your page.
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.
Create a Basic Shoutbox with PHP and SQL
Learn to implement your own web scraper in PHP to fetch almost anything you want from the website of your choice. A real world example showing how to fetch photos from a vBulletin forum.
Chats and Shoutboxes are popular features of many websites. Learn how to create a facebook style chat with PHP OOP, including PHP Dependency Injection and PDO interface.
Regular Expressions are the Swiss Army knife for searching through information for certain patterns. They have a wide arsenal of tools, some of which often go undiscovered or underutilized. Today I will show you some advanced tips for working with regular expressions.
Rasmus Lerdorf (the creator of PHP), Michael "Monty" Widenius (the main developer of the MySQL database and the founder of MySQL AB and Monty Program Ab) and Mark Zbikowski (one of the key developers of Windows NTFS and Windows 2000/XP/Vista and the designer of the DOS executable file format) are spending several days with our team. Ask them anything!
Create an advanced and extendable PHP and MySQL membership system for your website.
In this 15th episode of the series, we are going to learn about three subjects: Profiling, Benchmarking and Hooks. You can use these tools to analyze your CodeIgniter applications performance, and figure out what part of the code you need to optimize. We are also going to make even further improvements to the Profiler library to suit our needs.
Polls are nearly ubiquitous on the web today, and there are plenty of services that will provide a drop-in poll for you. But what if you want to write one yourself? This tutorial will take you through the steps to create a simple PHP-based poll, including database setup, vote processing, and displaying the poll.
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