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Hide of Change .php extension with url rewriting using .htaccess

in PHP added by phphungry, on 29/4/2008 advanced tutorials htaccess url rewriting

This tutorial explains you how to hide or change the .php extension in browser's address bar using .htaccess file.

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9 PHP Debugging Techniques You Should Be Using

in PHP added by porteightyeight, on 25/4/2008 advanced tutorials debugging general

Save yourself time, effort and headaches by employing the debugging techniques discussed in this article. I cover topics from enabling notices to writing Unit Tests, as well as some ideas you may not have thought of...

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Build a customizable RSS feed aggregator in PHP

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 24/4/2008 advanced tutorials rss web service xml

Although there are several commercially available feed aggregators, it's easy to develop your own feed aggregator, which you can integrate with your Web applications. You'll appreciate this article's fully functional PHP code snippets, demonstrating the use of PHP-based server-side functions to develop a customizable RSS feed aggregator. In addition, you'll reap instant benefits from using the fully functional RSS feed aggregator code, which you can download from this article.

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Create A Wordpress 2.5 Widget

in PHP added by jlaing, on 23/4/2008 advanced tutorials content management widgets wordpress

Create a plugin widget in Wordpress 2.5. Covers settings up and using sidebars in your template, activating your widget, and displaying your widget. This tutorial is best suited for people familiar with both PHP and Wordpress themes and plugins.

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Easy payments using Paypal IPN

in PHP added by finalwebsites, on 21/4/2008 e-commerce ipn payments paypal

There are several PHP scripts and classes to process PayPal payments using their native IPN (Internet payment notification) feature. This Tutorial / guide will show you how to process paypal payments using the IPN feature

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Flatfile Users Online

in PHP added by 1scripts, on 16/4/2008 online statistics stats users online

This tutorial shows you how to create a script that shows how many people are on each page of your site, without using a database. You can easily get the number of online visitors for each page as well as the whole site.

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Installing Apache on Windows

in PHP added by ducani, on 15/4/2008 apache install windows

Even though it is possible to do Web development and testing on a remote server, it is better to fully develop a new Web site on a local Web server, and then upload everything when it is finished, for many reasons: 1) Keeping the unfinished site off the Internet is safer, because as you begin developing the site, you probably have not put in all of your code for neutralizing any potential attacks against your site, including cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities...

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PHP5 and OOP

in PHP added by Jordan, on 10/4/2008 Object Oriented Programming oop php5

Object oriented programming was introduced for the first time in PHP 3. But the subjects is extremely actual again in PHP 5, because the entire concept of the OOP(Object Oriented Programming) was in fact redesigned from scratch for the new version of the language (PHP 5). Hence, this tutorial would be interesting for the advanced user familiar with PHP 4 and as well for the beginners, since we will try to use more "understandable" words and examples comprehensive enough to express the real power of the object oriented programming.

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You Are Here: Using PHP To Highlight Navigation

in PHP added by Crucial, on 6/4/2008 active current highlight navigation

When you walk into a mall, one of the first things you come to is a map with a "you are here" indicator that lets you know where you are. On a website, we can accomplish this by higlighting the current location on a navigation bar, menu, or list. Since the primary navigation is the most prominent feature on a website, we will discuss an easy way to do this with PHP.

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The Hitchhikers Guide to PHP Load Balancing

in PHP added by porteightyeight, on 3/4/2008 advanced tutorials cluster load balancing

This post gives an introduction to the complications that can arise from deploying your PHP applications onto a load balanced web hosting platform. This is a must-read article if you are planning to develop large scale web applications, or if your software will be deployed on a large range of platforms (as is the case for many open source projects).

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Desktop Application Development with PHP-GTK

in PHP added by gpt, on 31/3/2008 advanced tutorials desktop applications gui oo programming php5

PHP-GTK 2 is out, and with it, a fantastic means for PHP developers to build useful, reliable cross-platform desktop applications. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to get up and running with PHP-GTK in no time and build your first desktop application.

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Working With UK Postcodes

in PHP added by porteightyeight, on 31/3/2008 beginner tutorials postcode

This short post provides you with a table for converting postcodes into counties. I created the table from a variety of sources for a recent project where I needed to be able to map user's postcodes to counties.

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Easy IP to country lookup

in PHP added by prodevtips, on 27/3/2008 beginner tutorials geo-ip networking

Check which country your visitors are coming from with an easy to use open database.

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PHP components: Autosuggest

in PHP added by woork, on 25/3/2008 AJAX beginner tutorials databases mysql

A simple "PHP component" (8Kb), ready to use, to implement a search form with an autosuggest feature using PHP and MySQL just modifying some parameters.

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Stay away from Bloated Class Methods, actually, bloated ANYTHING!

in PHP added by rvdavid, on 22/3/2008 classes methods oop php5 principles tips

Why are there so many examples of bloated PHP methods out there?! I see a lot of bloated methods being used in examples through sites like phpclasses.org and a very large chunk of a project I’ve recently picked up which a few developers have worked on. Guys! remember! There is no good reason to bloat your methods to over 10-20 lines long and on the rare occasions that you do exceed 10 - 20 lines it would be more the exception to the rule as opposed to being the rule itself!

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