Response to Php: Main 2006-10-18 18:21:45
At 10/7/06 12:22 PM, rmbrstrongbad18 wrote: PHP: Creating an account system
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Response to Php: Main 2006-10-21 10:04:16
At 10/7/06 12:22 PM, rmbrstrongbad18 wrote: PHP: Creating an account system
I honestly do not feel this should be included in the list.
Response to Php: Main 2006-10-21 12:46:46
I barely have time now, but I succeeded to make this Tutorial though.
Response to Php: Main 2006-10-30 20:14:52
At 10/30/06 03:36 PM, dll-driver wrote: Uhh. Conan, the link to the topic about making a flat files shout-box is broken. It says that that topic doesnt exist. Does any one know the link,
I was gonna use it to make the posts for the flat files forum.
Unfortunately it's not broken, rather the topic was deleted :(
The only thing I can do is take if off in the next update, but I don't think there's any way to get deleted topics back.
I apologize, and I'd like to find out why exactly it was deleted.
Response to Php: Main 2006-11-05 17:40:14
At 10/21/06 10:04 AM, Pilot-Doofy wrote:At 10/7/06 12:22 PM, rmbrstrongbad18 wrote: PHP: Creating an account systemI honestly do not feel this should be included in the list.
Response to Php: Main 2006-11-11 17:37:24
At 11/11/06 02:17 PM, Jordan wrote:At 11/11/06 02:10 PM, ElementalFlash wrote: really, i looked to make sure but ive never seen it, do you know why it got dissed?Your tutorial wasn't explained well enough, and was very short.
I agree. Little to no explaination on most aspects, and it wasn't really well thought out. For instance, you told it not to show the form if password wasn't posted. What if password is wrong? You would want to show the form if the PW was wrong.
I'm not going to include it as that doesn't really cut it. Thank you for trying, and I really hope you submit future tutorials.
Response to Php: Main 2006-11-13 00:44:53
Your resource for great PHP tutorials!!!
PHP: Basic Php Forms by Rellizate
PHP: Basic Superglobals by SpamBurger
PHP: Beginners tutorial by DFox
PHP: Constants by SpamBurger
PHP: Email Form / Contact by MihaS
PHP: Include Function by DannyIsOnFire
PHP: Languages (system) (basic) by NeillS
PHP: Loops by NinoGrounds
PHP: Mail by NinoGrounds * NEW *
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: Simple $_get Workings by NeillS
PHP: Some basic important security by elbekko
PHP: Storing Cookie Info by Jams44
PHP: Text Display by AcDiK_DR4G0N
PHP: Website Progress/Percentages by Greeley
PHP: Basic Ftp Interactions by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Basic Php-gtk by CyberLemming
PHP: Capitalize Every Word (arrays) by juraj
PHP: Changing Content-types by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Counting unique hits by Rellizate
PHP: Creating Functions by WoogieNoogie
PHP: Database Optimization by NinoGrounds
PHP: Database Structuring 101 by DFox
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: Hash Algorithms by authorblues * NEW *
PHP: Image Resizing by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Intro To Curl by SpamBurger
PHP: Output Buffering by SexOnStreet
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 Kurt
PHP: Starting With Gd by cherries
PHP: String Manipulation by Zwe
PHP: Using explode and implode functions by DFox
PHP: Using MySQL by windymager
Response to Php: Main 2006-11-13 00:46:19
PHP: Calculating Age by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Calculator by Momo_the_Monkey
PHP: Contact Form by DannyIsOnFire
PHP: Count Line Breaks by EccinNET
PHP: Creating a basic flash cms by cherries * NEW *
PHP: Creating A Random Ad Script by Jams44
PHP: Create a random quotes script by DFox
PHP: Date Displayer by Jams44
PHP: Easy gallery by Whabs
PHP: Forced Download by DannyIsOnFire
PHP: Gzip - get saved today! by SexOnStreet
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: Member System by SpamBurger
PHP: Mysql, Php, And Podcasting by WoogieNoogie
PHP: News System With Comments by Momo-the-Monkey
PHP: Random quote image by DFox
PHP: RSS tutorial by elbekko
PHP: Search Engine by Zendra
PHP: Secure (and Handy) View Source by authorblues
PHP: Simple Faq System by NeillS
PHP: User Authentication (Part 1) by Greeley
PHP: Users Online by SpamBurger
Total number of tutorials: 77
Official PHP site - Great for looking up functions, PHP info
PHP Freaks - Tons of tutorials, code snippets
Pixel2Life PHP section - More PHP tutorials
TechTuts.com PHP section - More PHP tutorials
HotScripts PHP tutorials - Tips and Tricks on HotScripts.com
PHP: Main Tutorial Authors (These are all people who have contributed one or more tutorials to PHP: Main)
Response to Php: Main 2006-11-13 00:48:06
PHP: Main Supporters (These are supporters who list PHP: Main in their signatures, of course in addition to the tutorial authors)
Important!! In this update, and others, some tutorials have been lacking what we're really looking for. Thanks to user feedback, these haven't been included.
The tutorials that aren't making the cut have a lot of things fudementaly wrong. How should you go about writing a tutorial? Well, I was going to draft up a template, but authorblues just submitted a tutorial that basicaly has everything that's important.
I encourage you to check it out here. I'm using that as an example because it was just submitted, and was done very well. First off, authorblues provides a description of what the tutorial is trying to ACCOMPLISH. I often see people submit tutorials and just jump right into code. Please, provide the reader with a paragraph of what the tutorial is going to teach or just some sort of overview. Organization. authorblues used subheadings to clearly identify new sections. Please, when writing tutorials, use some sort of organization. Whether it's headings like he used, or some other sort of organization, just make sure it's easy to read.
I also want to thank everyone who submitted tutorials that did not make it. I hope you decide to submit future ones. Please just follow the simple guidelines I posted above, as I really hate having to reject tutorials.
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".
Lastly, this was a hard update. I tried to accommodate all of the name changes and everything, but I probably missed some, so my apologies. Also, I'm a bit rusty as there hasn't been an update in a long time, so please bare with me :)
As always, please report any mistakes.
Response to Php: Main 2006-11-18 16:14:46
At 10/18/06 06:42 PM, NeillS wrote:At 10/12/06 03:05 PM, glompho wrote: Could you please add me to SupportersRead the post above dumbass.
At 10/7/06 12:17 AM, DFox wrote:
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.
Response to Php: Main 2007-01-09 23:41:41
And 20,000 views later :)
Just wanted to say great job to everyone.
I personally want to thank everyone who has contributed tutorials or put PHP: Main in your sig. We have done an excellent job of publicizing it around Newgrounds.
So, I hope to see some new tutorials soon, and thanks again!
Response to Php: Main 2007-01-14 14:32:21
At 1/10/07 03:56 PM, Naois wrote: Could I also be put onto the supporters list? Site: Naois.net
Yup, I'll add you in the next update :)
At 1/14/07 02:22 PM, cherries wrote: My names cherries now, not -cherries- :D
PS, I am writing a tutorial on sending forms with AJAX.
I'll fix that. Can't wait to see the tutorial!