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- PHP5 Classes A to Z Part 1
PHP5 Classes A to Z Part 1
- PHP MySQL Paging - Splitting Your Query Result In Multiple Pages
Ever use a Search Engine? I'm sure you have, lots of time. When Search Engines found thousands
of results for a keyword do they spit out all the result in one page? Nope, they use paging to show the result little by little.
- Eliminate 404 Errors for PHP Functions
As revealed by the site’s closely watched 404-error
- htaccess tricks and tips
.htaccess tricks and tips
- How to read your all sites file and directory
How to read your dir & file???
- History Ajax
AJAX the new developme
nt technique that many believe will blur the line between web-based and desktop applicati ons.
- PHP Syntax and data types
A PHP scripting
block always starts with . A PHP scripting block can be placed anywhere in the document.
- How to Enable PHP Error Logging via htaccess
How to Enable PHP Error Logging via htaccess
- How to Block IP Addresses with PHP
This method is relativel
y straightf orward.
JavaScrip t Compressi on
- Compressed CSS Compression
we have consolida
ted the priceless informati on provided in which discusses two practical methods for compressi ng CSS documents .
- Database Design Guidelines and Rules of Thumb
This article discusses
the various types of primary keys and list the advantage s and disadvant ages they provide.
- div id vs div class
Ids are to be used only once in your html layout. Classes can be used multiple times.
- All About NULL Values
Users new to the world of databases
are often confused by a special value particula r to our field – the NULL value.
- Codd Rules for Relational Database Design
Dr. E.F. Codd laid out twelve rules of relationa
l database design.
- Stupid htaccess Tricks
Stupid htaccess Tricks, covers just about every htaccess "trick"
in the book, and is easily the site’s most popular offering.
- The Extensible HyperText Markup Language
e Hypertext Markup Language, or XHTML, is a markup language that has the same depth of expressio n as HTML, but also conforms to XML syntax.
- Core PHP - PHP History
PHP (PHP: Hypertext
Preproces sor) is a computer scripting language, originall y designed for producing dynamic web pages.
- PHP Encode and Decode Function
User Can endcoded & decoded code using this artice.
- Ajax Tutorial Ajax Help and Tutorials
This is part of one of many such tutorials
covering Ajax with Prototype .
- foward mail to a php script
User can send multiple mail in a row using php script.
- PHP 5 and MySQL 5 Stored Procedures With Multi Query
I'm using PHP 5.2.0, PHP's MySQLi Extension
and MySQL 5.0, so stored procedure s are new, but stable. Multi Query Function.
- A Data Dictionary for PHP Applications
What is a Data Dictionar
y? In some languages it may go by another name, such as Catalog, Repositor y or Applicati on Model. The Data Dictionar y does not contain any applicati on data, it contains informati on which describes how that applicati on data is structure d. This informati on may include table names and character istics, field names and character istics, relations hip informati on, et cetera. It is therefore data-abou t-data, or meta-data .
- Using PHP Objects to access your Database Tables - Part 2
Using PHP Objects to access your Database Tables (Part 1) in which I showed you how to create a base class to contain all the standard code to access any database table, how to create extension
s to this class for each individua l table, and how to access these classes from within your PHP scripts.
- Using PHP Objects to access your Database Tables - Part 1
This tutorial is intended for developer
s who have already written code to get data in and out of a MySQL database, but who wish to discover if there are any benefits of adopting an Object Oriented approach. This tutorial will show you how to create an abstract class which can communica te with any database table, and then how to create subclasse s containin g the implement ation details for each individua l table within your applicati on. The end result is that you never have to code any of the SQL SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE statement s for any table as they will be generated at runtime.
- Introduction to Abstract classes in PHP
An abstract class is a class that cannot (or should not) be instantia
ted. They are surprisin gly useful for certain purposes. In this article, you will learn the important concepts related to abstract classes in PHP, and see many hands-on examples that will allow you to make use of them in your own applicati ons.
- Writing a Stored Procedure Part II
This will overwrite
the stored procedure that was there with the new set of commands, but will keep permissio ns,
- Writing a Stored Procedure
If you're anything like me, you don't easily pick up on developme
nt technique s just by hearing about them.
- Running Dynamic Stored Procedures
Now, one question that is commonly asked is, "How to I create a stored procedure
that can execute dynamic SQL statement s?"
- ext mysqli Part I Overview and Prepared Statements
The article is intended for readers with s
ome experienc e of using PHP and MySQL. It assumes that the basic concepts behind databases and programmi ng are understoo d, and that readers know how to use a PHP script to send a query to a MySQL server.
- XML in PHP 5 What is New
This article is intended for PHP developer
s at all levels who are intereste d in using the new XML functiona lity in PHP 5. Only basic, general knowledge about XML is assumed. However, it's an advantage if you have already worked with XML in PHP.
- Differences with PHP5 and PHP4 and manipulating content of XML DOM
I just recently created a solution in php to access an XML output from a .XLS (MS Excel 2003) spreadshe
- PHP5 Class Basics Part 1 Inheritance
One great aspect of using classes is that you can extend an existing class by creating a new class that "inherit
s" all the propertie s and methods of the parent class.
- PHP5 Class Basics Part 1 Page 2 out of 3 Constructor Destructor
As I said earlier, a class can also have its own variables
, called propertie s.
- PHP5 Class Basics Part 1
In this first part of a new article series on PHP5 classes and objects you will be introduce
d to the basic concepts of using classes, the construct or and destructo r methods and class inheritan ce.
- PHP5 Paging Object Using Singleton Pattern
code consists of 3 files, i will show the code here however you can download the attachmen t for the code.
- MySQL for Not IN Query how it work
I have two table one is master & antoher is child table. MySQL for Not IN Query how it work?
- MySQL Datatype and storage requirements
The maximum size of a row in a MySQL table is 65,535 bytes. Each BLOB and TEXT column accounts for only nine to twelve bytes toward this size. This limitatio
n may be shared by other storage engines as well.