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At 8/6/06 03:02 PM, DannyIsOnFire wrote: Very cool update.
Glad to get off that damn page 12 =)
Oh and thanks for including my tutorial ^^oh and you didnt link Ca1um's name to his site (www.ca1um.com)(first list of tutorials)
Yeah lol. Thanks for including? Well it was a great tutorial, why not include it lol.
About the link, I think I'm going to be overhauling the whole link thing and make a tutorial authors section like supporters. People were saying it's too busy with the name linking to site next to each tutorial, and additionally, it will save space on this list.
PHP: Advanced Misc by Nino_JoJ
you forgot to link my alias, again
At 8/6/06 03:11 PM, Nino_JoJ wrote: PHP: Advanced Misc by Nino_JoJ
you forgot to link my alias, again
Whoops, sorry. It doesn't matter now as we will just have a tutorial author list at the bottom.
Also, PLEASE keep discussion to PHP: Main discussion thread.
alrighty, I have a site which we can temporarly put the scripts on, if you want to do this idea, email me the turorials and I can make them part of my site, if its ok with you guys my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
At 8/6/06 03:18 PM, sacul wrote: alrighty, I have a site which we can temporarly put the scripts on, if you want to do this idea, email me the turorials and I can make them part of my site, if its ok with you guys my email is email@example.com
Your sites a .tk domain one...
I think we'll stick with PHP: Main atm.
Guys, seriously. This thread can't get filled up with useless posts.
PLEASE KEEP DISCUSSION TO THE PHP: MAIN DISCUSSION THREAD!!
At 8/7/06 07:02 PM, authorblues wrote: ive got PHP main in my sig now
go ahead and link it to authorblues.com
And you've got it there in style too :) It made me laugh.
At 8/9/06 06:44 PM, NeillS wrote: Why aren't the new tutorials being added to PHP: Main? A few have been written. No posts.
What do you mean?
At 8/9/06 07:21 PM, NeillS wrote: I have been seeing people write tutorials and not post them in PHP: Main so in the update they will be added.
Excellent point, and I got a PM from someone yesterday saying theirs wasn't included, but they didn't post it here.
I think Doofy touched on this somewhere, but I'll say it again here.
I can't memorize all of the PHP: Main tutorials that people make. PLEASE post the link within this thread or it wont be included!!
Not sure whether i should post this here or in the discussion thread. Would somebody do me the pleasure in writing a tutorial on rounding numbers? That would be very helpful and i would greatly appriciate it.
At 8/10/06 05:12 AM, -Vengeance- wrote: Not sure whether i should post this here or in the discussion thread. Would somebody do me the pleasure in writing a tutorial on rounding numbers? That would be very helpful and i would greatly appriciate it.
round(), ceil(), floor()... that's about all you need ;)
At 8/11/06 05:48 PM, NeillS wrote:At 8/11/06 05:45 PM, windymager wrote: but it seems that idea was already takenThen why in the world did you post it?
cause I didnt knew
Your resource for great PHP tutorials!!!
PHP: GENERAL CODE:
PHP: Basic Superglobals by SpamBurger
PHP: Beginners tutorial by DFox2
PHP: Constants by SpamBurger
PHP: Email Form / Contact by MihaS
PHP: Include Function by DannyIsOnFire
PHP: Languages (system) (basic) by NeillS * NEW *
PHP: Loops by Nino_JoJ
PHP: Managing IP addresses by -Calum-
PHP: Page ID by ElementalFlash
PHP: Redirecting In Php by NeillS
PHP: Sessions and Cookies by WoogieNoogie
PHP: Setting and Returning Cookies by Jams44
PHP: Storing Cookie Info by Jams44
PHP: Website Progress/Percentages by Greeley
PHP: Basic Ftp Interactions by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Basic Php-gtk by CyberLemming * NEW *
PHP: Capitalize Every Word (arrays) by juraj
PHP: Changing Content-types by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Counting unique hits by Rellizate
PHP: defining functions and stuff by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: File uploads by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Functions & Arrays by Momo_the_Monkey
PHP: Good habits/Security concerns by Sir-Davey
PHP: Image Resizing by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Output Buffering by Nino_JoJ
PHP: replace_tags() by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: resizing and copying images by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Secure PHP Navigation by bigftballjock
PHP: securing file uploads by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: SQL and PHP by SpamBurger
PHP: Starting With Gd by -cherries-
PHP: Using explode and implode functions by DFox2
PHP: Using MySQL by windymager * NEW *
PHP: SPECIFIC PROJECTS:
PHP: Calculator by Momo_the_Monkey
PHP: Contact Form by DannyIsOnFire * NEW *
PHP: Count Line Breaks by EccinNET
PHP: Creating A Random Ad Script by Jams44
PHP: Create a random quotes script by DFox2
PHP: Date Displayer by Jams44
PHP: Easy gallery by Whabs
PHP: Link Checking by Jams44
PHP: Shoutbox (MySQL) by WoogieNoogie
PHP: Simple Hit Counter by SpamBurger
PHP: Voting System (From 1 to 5) by Greeley
PHP: Creating a Blog by WoogieNoogie
PHP: Curl: Gmail Rss Reading by elbekko
PHP: Flat-files (Create a shoutbox) by IWantSomeCookies
PHP: Member System by SpamBurger
PHP: Mysql, Php, And Podcasting by WoogieNoogie
PHP: Random quote image by DFox2
PHP: RSS tutorial by elbekko
PHP: Search Engine by EccinNET
PHP: Secure (and Handy) View Source by authorblues
PHP: Simple Faq System by NeillS * NEW *
PHP: User Authentication (Part 1) by Greeley
PHP: Users Online by SpamBurger
PHP: USEFUL RESOURCES:
Total number of tutorials: 62
PHP: Other links:
PHP: Main Tutorial Authors (These are all people who have contributed one or more tutorials to PHP: Main)
PHP: Main Supporters (These are supporters who list PHP: Main in their signatures, of course in addition to the tutorial authors)
-cherries- (Bellybutton Treasure)
DannyIsOnFire (Danny Is On Fire Productions)
elbekko (The General Forum)
ElementalFlash (Elemental Flash)
GamesCool (Orange Fox Games)
Nino_JoJ (Recruiting Grounds)
Rellizate (Land of Flash)
Php: Main - Discussion Thread - Please keel ALL discussion about PHP: Main in that thread. Only post links to new tutorials in this thread. Thanks.
We are continuing our "referall" program. If you put PHP: Main in your signature, you can get on the list under supporters with a link to your website. Simply put a link in your signature, and post here and say that you have put it in. You will be included in the next update.
Please pop into PHP: Main discussion thread and suggest some more "other links".
We started a brand new way of linking to authors sites on this update. Please report mistakes with that. As always, please report any mistakes.
BTW, thanks a ton to Doofy for spotting the error in my HTML :)
At 8/12/06 09:21 AM, NeillS wrote: The languages system shouldn't be in basic, if you read the tutorial you would know that :P
Based on my knowledge of PHP, and common sense, I believe someone who started learning PHP yesterday would be able to understand your tutorial.
If you want it in another category, convince me otherwise.
At 8/12/06 10:06 AM, --Storm-- wrote: I guess I am now.
Cool, I'm adding you.
At 8/12/06 01:18 PM, Zwe wrote: I made my first tutorial:
PHP: String Manipulation
Is it good enough to go in PHP:Main?
Sure, I think it's very useful. I say nice job. I hope to see more tutorials from you.
At 8/12/06 09:21 PM, -cherries- wrote: How in the world do I use PHP: GTK?
Your host has to have it enabled, I believe.
At 8/13/06 01:59 AM, WoogieNoogie wrote:At 8/12/06 09:21 PM, -cherries- wrote: How in the world do I use PHP: GTK?Your host has to have it enabled, I believe.
or I guess I could download xamp.