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Avoid executing MySQL queries within loops
Reduce the number of MySQL queries by reorganising your code making it more efficient and much quicker with this tutorial.
How to Display More Posts in Wordpress
wplogohow-to-display-more-posts-in-wordpress600 In this tutorial you will learn how to display more posts in WordPress using category/archive view. For example on the index page you will have the maximum default posts set to 4, and on a different category we want to display 10 articles. This trick was tested for WordPress 3 or later version.
How To Create a Simple WordPress Blog Theme
So far in this WordPress theme tutorial series we’ve put together a visual concept in Photoshop and coded up a working prototype in HTML and CSS. Now let’s take our static web page files and create a fully working WordPress theme by splitting up the code over the various template files and injecting the relevant WordPress PHP tags.
Getting started with string manipulation in php
When working with php you will often come across the common problem of replacing or grabbing a specific chunk of a string. The way I look at it you have two main options that come directly out of php’s function api. You can either use a simple, quick and easy str_replace() function, or you can dive into the world of regular expressions and tackle the problem a little more smartly using preg_replace().
Wordpress Tutorial: Custom Admin Panel
In previous tutorial we developed a basic plugin that allowed us to use a shortcode. This tutorial will show you how to make basic administration panel in WordPress admin.
Rid That Mystery Man
Ever wondered how to replace that boring mystery man in your wordpress comments area???? Well this tutorial is for you, I’ll show you how to give your blog a more personal touch in the way of removing and adding your own custom gravatar.
Ajax Login form with jQuery and PHP
In this tutorial, I will explain you how to create a ajax popup log in form with jquery and php.
Unit testing a real world Codeigniter application
Learn how to integrate automated PHPUnit tests into an existing application written in CodeIgniter framework.
How to add rss feed to your php site?
n this tutorial, we will discuss about RSS. Do you know RSS? It means Really Simple Syndication. What kind of data do we syndicate? It can be blog contents, update news, latest product information etc. How do we syndicate? We will syndicate this information as xml file over the internet. Because xml data can deal with every platform.
Filter string with regular expression
In today's tutorial we will learn how to filter the string in order to only keep letters, numbers or hyphens - all other characters will be stripped including spaces. In order to achieve this we will use the PHP's function called preg_replace() and a regular expression.
Sort table columns with PHP and jQuery
Learn how to apply the sorting functionality to the table columns, where by clicking on the column heading the order of the items changes from ascending to descending and vice versa. We will accomplish this using PHP, Session Variables and some Ajax calls via jQuery.
Date dropdown menu with PHP and jQuery
In this tutorial we will create a dropdown menus for for the year, month and day. The day menu will be disabled until year and month has been selected in order to get the right number of days in the selected month of the year.
Adding captcha to the online form
In this tutorial we will learn how to add captcha image verification to your online form with SimpleCaptcha PHP class.
MySQL IF and CASE conditional statements
Today we will have a look at how we can filter records using IF and CASE conditional statements inside of the MySQL database query.
MySQL CONCAT, CONCAT_WS and INSERT
Today we will have a look at three MySQL string functions called CONCAT, CONCAT_WS and INSERT. First two are used to concatenate values together and the last one to replace part of the given string.
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