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10 things you (probably) didn't know about PHP.

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 22/2/2007 functions general tips

Here's a short list of cool features that might have slipped under your radar as well

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PHP IDE Roundup

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 6/4/2007 IDE debugger editor general php editors review

I'm going to talk about integrated developement environments (IDE) for PHP. First, IDEs are not text editors, such as emacs, vim, or notepad. IDEs offer an all-in-one solution for you coding work; they contain a code editor, debugger, allow you to preview your code in an embedded browser, and they make it easy to check in your code into you version control.

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Bar Chart HTML generator

in PHP added by AnyExample, on 8/5/2007 bar chart diagram general

This article contains PHP function ae_bar_html for generating HTML/CSS based one-column bar charts. It is suitable for simple diagrams and does not require libgd.

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Worse Than Failure: Client-side PHP

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 12/5/2007 JavaScript XMLHttpRequest general wtf

The introduction of the XMLHttpRequest component (*) opened the doorway for a new breed of "fancy schmancy" web applications like Flickr, GMail, etc. This, in turn, spawned an entire sub-industry and a new series of buzzwords seemingly based on the names of household cleaning chemicals. It even incremented the current version of the Internet to 2.0.

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Optimizing Apache and PHP

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 28/5/2007 general lamp performance tuning

Applications using the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl) architecture are constantly being developed and deployed. But often the server administrator has little control over the application itself because it's written by someone else. This series of three articles discusses many of the server configuration items that can make or break an application's performance. This second article focuses on steps you can take to optimize Apache and PHP. Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP (or Perl) form the basis of the LAMP architecture for Web applications. Many open source packages based on LAMP components are available to solve a variety of problems. As the load on an application increases, the bottlenecks in the underlying infrastructure become more apparent in the form of slow response to user requests. The previous article showed you how to tune the Linux system and covered the basics of LAMP and performance measurement. This article focuses on the Web server components, Apache and PHP.

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Edit phpBB: Based on users active over the past five minutes

in PHP added by ProgrammingPHP, on 3/8/2007 editing forum general phpbb

A frequent question regarding phpBB forum scripts seems to be how to alter the length of user activity shown. Here is an easy four-step guide.

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Facebook PHP Tutorial

in PHP added by jlaing, on 6/8/2007 facebook general

The basics of using the Facebook PHP Client Library and how to get your application started, including:

1. Installing The Facebook Developer Application
2. Downloading The Facebook PHP Client Library
3. Creating Your Application
4. Hello Facebook! Example
5. FBML - Facebook Markup Language
6. Using the Facebook API

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Surviving 100,000 instant Visitors on a Budget

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 20/8/2007 general server traffic

This tutorial describes what I did to cope with a spike of 100,000 visitors, keeping my server up throughout the entire day.

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Simplify e-mail validation routines with PHP

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 29/10/2007 email general regex regular expression verification

A very common task when building Web sites involves validating user-supplied e-mail addresses. In this article we'll show you how to use the powerful regular expression engine built into PHP.

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Getting to know GD

in PHP added by Sidewinder, on 9/11/2007 beginner tutorials gd general

Have you ever been on aim and received a message from one of your friends with a big long URL followed by something like John%20Is%20Stupid; You know what ever it is, wont be worth your time, but you click on it anyway to find someone goofy looking holding a sign and on it printed in big bold letters "John Is Stupid". Ever wonder how they work?

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Beginners PHP Part 1

in PHP added by Slipszenko, on 25/11/2007 beginner tutorials general php

A tutorial for total beginners to PHP.

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Beginners PHP Part 2

in PHP added by Slipszenko, on 26/11/2007 beginner tutorials general php

A tutorial for complete beginners to PHP.

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Beginners PHP Part 3

in PHP added by Slipszenko, on 27/11/2007 beginner tutorials general

The last in the series of tutorials for absolute beginners to the PHP language

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Sending emails with php

in PHP added by ineedtutorials, on 29/12/2007 email general phpmailer

In this tutorial, we'll see how the PHP server-side scripting language can be used to send email, and explore how to send complex message types such as HTML email or emails with file attachments.

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Display how many visitors online

in PHP added by ineedtutorials, on 3/1/2008 beginner tutorials database general oo programming php5

Ever wonderd how to display how many visitors you have online. In this tutorial i will show you an easy but effective way to display the amount of online visitor’s.

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Sorting 2D-arrays in PHP

in PHP added by prodevtips, on 6/1/2008 array beginner tutorials general

How to use array_multisort to sort tables by column.

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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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PHP: Be Notified When Google Crawls Your Site

in PHP added by adzeds, on 3/6/2008 beginner tutorials crawl general google mysql php5

Have you ever wanted to know when Google crawls your website? Well now you can using a simple PHP script which emails you everytime GoogleBot crawls your site.

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Random Password Generation

in PHP added by clearnetwork, on 15/7/2008 beginner tutorials general random security

A common feature found on many websites upon user registration are random passwords. This tutorial will walk you through a script that generates a random password to a given length.

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Bot Detection with PHP

in PHP added by charliepage, on 21/7/2008 bot detection bots general

Bots or Crawlers, are basically search engines crawling around the internet. This is how you get your pages on search engines (well, a major way). Bot Detection isn't something super vital, but if your CMS or website already has practically everything, then you need Bot Detection.

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10 Principles of the PHP Masters

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 4/10/2008 beginner tutorials general tips

With PHP's widespread adoption,it's almost too easy to find a script or snippet to do exactly what you need. Unfortunately, there's no filter as to what is a "good practice" and what's, well... not so good when writing a PHP script. We need trustworthy sources, who have proven they have a solid grasp on the best practices of PHP.

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Using an autoload function to make your life easier

in PHP added by clearnetwork, on 11/10/2008 advanced tutorials general oo programming php5

In PHP 5 you can make your life a lot easier by writing an autoload function. This function will automatically load your classes, so you do not need to repeatedly include classes on every page.

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50 Extremely Useful PHP Tools

in PHP added by goodphptutorials, on 21/1/2009 general tools

This post presents 50 useful PHP tools that can significantly improve your programming workflow. Among other things, you’ll find a plethora of libraries and classes that aid in debugging, testing, profiling and code-authoring in PHP.

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PHP and AJAX - Make a Password Strength Bar that Updates in Real-time

in PHP added by scott25, on 2/2/2009 beginner tutorials databases general mysql security

This tutorial will show you how to make a very simple feature which will help your users make more secure passwords, in registration forms. After the user types their password, this script will make a request to a PHP page, which will check the password for lowercase letters, uppercase letters, numbers and symbols. Without reloading the page, a bar displaying the strength of the password will be shown to the user.

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Image watermark with PHP

in PHP added by webmonitore, on 22/5/2009 advanced tutorials beginner tutorials content management general php5 security

To prevent quality images being stolen, we can use PHP to watermark web-images in popular formats like GIF/PNG/JPEG. We print a transparent gif-image on a jpeg-photo in this tutorial.

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