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Decoding CAPTCHA's
Decoding CAPTCHA's
An introductory guide to breaking CAPTCHA's with source code. Walks through identifying weaknesses in a CAPTCHA using them to extract the text and then identifying them.
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jQuery Contact form for your website
jQuery Contact form for your website
In this tutorial we show how to create a modern contact form that is linked by a simple text link and opens in a fancy Lightbox where all form handling, including reCAPTCHA validations, are processed by PHP and the jQuery Ajax function. After the form submission was successful we are using the PHP Class script PHPMailer to send the message via SMTP.
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How to use an associative array with PHP's str_replace function
How to use an associative array with PHP's str_replace function
If you are a PHP developer, I'm sure you know the str_replace function for replacing strings and are probably aware that you can pass an array of strings as the search strings and an array as the replacements. What this post looks at is a way of using a single associative array instead of two arrays, which makes dealing with a large number of replacements much more maintainable in your code.
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Twitter-like pagination using CodeIgniter and jQuery
Twitter-like pagination using CodeIgniter and jQuery
Create a Twitter style pagination using jQuery and CodeIgniter.
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Reading the clean text from PDF with PHP
Reading the clean text from PDF with PHP
Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format created for the document exchange. Let's read the plain text from PDF file.
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Remove auto BR and P tags from wordpress
Remove auto BR and P tags from wordpress
how to remove those pesky BR and P tags that wordpress adds when publishing a post or a page.
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A Beginner's Guide to mod_rewrite
A Beginner's Guide to mod_rewrite
A beginner's guide on how to rewrite URLs with the mod_rewrite module.
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Making a forums in php - Part 1
Making a forums in php - Part 1
How to make a nice simple forums using PHP and MySQL part 1
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Deploying a PHP-GTK application with NSIS
Deploying a PHP-GTK application with NSIS
PHP-GTK allows you to take PHP to the desktop. This tutorial shows you how to package and distribute a PHP-GTK application.
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PHP generate calendar file (ics)
PHP generate calendar file (ics)
A tutorial teach user how to write a php script to generate ics file to add in a event into outlook calendar.
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Debugging PHP with Xdebug
Debugging PHP with Xdebug
The Xdebug is the extension for PHP that helps debugging PHP scripts by providing a lot of valuable debug information. Using the Xdebug you can debug your scripts in the Notepad++ and other PHP IDEs.
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Create a funky most commented section for your blog!
Create a funky most commented section for your blog!
After Engadget redesigned their website a few weeks ago, I noticed how their sidebar contained some unique methods of displaying posts. A nice featured posts section, a fancy calendar and an awesome most commented, digg and twitter section. Using the amount of comments to determine the width and having each post a different color to produce a rainbow, I thought was an awesome idea. So I had a go at making the most commented section for CreativityDen. It turned out pretty well, so I decided to sh
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Sessions in PHP
Sessions in PHP
Sessions is a good way for storing temporary data between your pages. A session is usually closed pretty fast after that the user have left the site so as I said, it's good for temporary storage, an example is the user's name or items the user have put in his/her shopping cart.
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Generate Excel spreadsheets in PHP
Generate Excel spreadsheets in PHP
This free tutorial shows you how to generate Microsoft Excel spreadsheets in PHP. Source code included.
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How to use Cookies in PHP
How to use Cookies in PHP
Cookies is small text files saved locally on the user's computer by the website, when the website later on wants the information it just reads the cookie on the user's computer. An example on what you can use cookies for is to see if the user has visited the site before, if it has then a cookie you saved the last time lies on the computer so therefor you can only check if it does.
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