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PHP Tutorial Part 8 - GET and POST
Posted 6.4 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 6.4 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 6.4 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 6.4 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 6.4 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 6.4 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 6.4 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 6.4 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 6.4 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 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 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 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 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...