Posts Tagged php

Ruby for PHP Developers

By Jose on September 9th, 2010 Category: Tutorials 24 Comments

Ruby for php developers

With our knowledge of PHP we can learn a lot about Ruby. Use of variables, loops, arrays, functions and classes, everything starting from PHP. In the end, there is an example to see all together where we’ll combine what we have learnt to see something really useful in action. Brief Introduction We could say PHP […]

Creating a Upload/Download System Using PHP Classes

By Cody Robertson on August 29th, 2010 Category: Tutorials 15 Comments

Creating a Upload-Download System Using PHP Classes

Making a PHP upload script can be a very challenging task when you are just starting out, heck; it’s still hard to some extent when you are an experienced developer. So today, I’m going to show you how to make one using PHP5 Classes and a simple form. In the script we will be able […]

How to Create a Forum in PHP from Scratch

By Jose on August 9th, 2010 Category: Tutorials 28 Comments

How to create a  forum in PHP from scratch

In this tutorial we’ll see how to make a forum using PHP and MySQL. We have to cover a lot of different things, so let’s start! Some details about this tutorial You can download a compressed folder with the whole project inside. So sometimes I won’t show all the code of a file in order […]

How To Use, Style and Implement WordPress Shortcodes

By Jennifer R on June 23rd, 2010 Category: Tutorials, Wordpress 30 Comments

How to Use, Implement and Style Wordpress Shortcodes

WordPress shortcode API is a powerful function which was introduced from version 2.5, it’s just a simple set of functions for creating macro codes in post content. If you’ve developed a Vbulletin forum before, you would have been familiar with the shortcode (something called BBCode) but the WordPress users maybe not. In this article, I […]

Getting Started With PDF Generation in PHP

By Abhin on May 21st, 2010 Category: Tutorials 9 Comments

Getting started with pdf generation in PHP

PDFs are everywhere now a days. From documents to e-books to invoicing they are becoming a standard. Generating pdf from programming languages can be tricky, though there are libraries provided to ease up the task. Now a days more and more web applications are requiring some form of document generation whether it be reports, stats […]

Create an AJAX/jQuery/PHP Contact Form

By Hein on April 30th, 2010 Category: Tutorials 55 Comments

Create an AJAX-jQuery-PHP Contact Form

This tutorial uses XHTML, CSS, jQuery and a little PHP to make a pop-up/modal contact form that validates whatever is entered into the form and then uses AJAX to send the form without refreshing the page. Sounds complicated…actually it’s very simple!! The code of this tutorial has been updated The HTML Markup The HTML layout […]