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PHP » Image Manipulation — over 8 years ago
I will in this tutorial show you how to create images with PHP, this uses inbuilt functions and doesn't need anything else then just PHP to work. Let's begin.
PHP » Cookies and Sessions — over 8 years ago
Cookies is small text files saved locally on the user's computer by the website, when the website later on wants the information it just reads the cookie on the user's computer. An example on what you can use cookies for is to see if the user has visited the site before, if it has then a cookie you saved the last time lies on the computer so therefor you can only check if it does.
PHP » Cookies and Sessions — over 8 years ago
Sessions is a good way for storing temporary data between your pages. A session is usually closed pretty fast after that the user have left the site so as I said, it's good for temporary storage, an example is the user's name or items the user have put in his/her shopping cart.
PHP » File Manipulation — over 8 years ago
Hello, today I'm going to explain you how you can make a simple file uploader.
PHP » Basics — over 8 years ago
I'm been building a system of my own for a while now, and thaught of sharing some code with you. I'm building some kind of community, with users and stuff. In most systems, you need to have configuration parameters, that you can easily change, and especially if more people will be administrating the site, so you can build a web form to handle the parameters.
PHP » Basics — over 8 years ago
When using Colors in HTML and CSS you need to use a hexadecimal color (something like #FFFFFF) which is the base 16 value from the RGB color scale.
PHP » Basics — over 8 years ago
The Ternary comparison operator is an alternative to the if-else statement, it's shorter and could be used to easily do a significant difference depending on a condition without the need of a if statement. The Ternary operator is made for two different actions, one if the condition is true, the other one if it's false but with nested Ternary operators we can use it like an if-elseif.else statement(more to that later).
PHP » Basics — over 8 years ago — reviewed, not listed
A tutorial for understanding the basics of Cron/crontab for Linux
PHP » Site Navigation — over 8 years ago — reviewed, not listed
How to make a simple pagination
PHP » Basics — over 8 years ago — reviewed, not listed
This is a basic referral system i typed up while in school. Easy to understand and follow.
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