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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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Using Search Engine Friendly URLs for your Dynamic Pages

in PHP added by clearnetwork, on 29/7/2008 beginner tutorials mod rewrite seo

"Search Engine Friendly URLs" or "User Friendly URLs" are a much better way of constructing your URLs for dynamic pages. In this article I will discuss some basic ways of doing this, with a little help from mod_rewrite.

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Generating Search Engine Friendly Titles for your URL

in PHP added by clearnetwork, on 29/7/2008 beginner tutorials seo

For most dynamic websites you will want to create "Search Engine Friendly" or "User Friendly" URLs, rather than using ugly and meaningless strings or IDs to reference your content. The way you interpret the URLs and use them to get your content is for another article and I won't go into that right now, what I want to talk about is how to turn your page titles into versions that can be used in your URL.

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PHP Thumbnail Generation Script

in PHP added by clearnetwork, on 18/7/2008 advanced tutorials gd images

This tutorial focuses on a thumbnail generation script. Rather than generating a smaller representation of the image, it cuts out a section of the photograph to create an obscure snapshot of the photo itself.

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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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