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PHP Tutorial Part 8 - GET and POST
Posted 6 years ago.
Getting information from the user via a form is usually at the core of any PHP based website. I also...
PHP Tutorial Part 7 - Interacting with a Database
Posted 6.1 years ago.
There are very few websites left that don't utilize a database of some sort anymore. Luckily, PHP is...
PHP Tutorial Part 6 - Using Multiple PHP Files
Posted 6.1 years ago.
It's hard to tell from these simple examples I've been giving throughout this tutorial series, but a...
PHP Tutorial Part 5 - Arrays
Posted 6.1 years ago.
So far we've talked about storing numbers and strings into variables. There's another data type that...
PHP Tutorial Part 4 - Quick String Overview
Posted 6.1 years ago.
"String" is just a fancy name for text. HTML code is just one big string. So this topic is kinda imp...
PHP Tutorial Part 3 - Manipulating Variables and Program Flow
Posted 6.1 years ago.
Variables aren't only defined by passing parameters to the URL. You can define them within your code...
PHP Tutorial Part 2 - Input & Output
Posted 6.1 years ago.
What's the point of a program if you can't have input or output? In the case of PHP, the output of t...
PHP Tutorial Part 1 - Overview
Posted 6.1 years ago.
Welcome to the world of PHP. This tutorial is written for users new to programming in general. Altho...
How the TwoCans Q&A System Works
Posted 6.1 years ago.
...since I'm sure you're all wondering! A few notes about SQLIf you know SQL, you can skip this par...
10 PHP Tips and Tricks
Posted 6.7 years ago.
Here are a few things worth mentioning that I've figured out during my years of writing PHP-based we...
Validation vs. PHPSESSID
Posted 6.7 years ago.
So you want to write a validating page in PHP with sessions? Good for you. But there's one problem. ...
Creating and Editing Images in PHP
Posted 6.7 years ago.
Sometimes using image files for images on your website doesn't always cut it. If you want to create ...
A Fully Function PHP Forum in 964 Bytes of Code
Posted 6.7 years ago.
Someone in the IRC room spoke of a forum that was once written in under 2 KB of code. A simple minim...