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Response to Php: Main 2007-07-28 23:03:13


Oh gosh ive been to the download PhP website but what do i click i want english windows version... and just PhP or other required things


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Response to Php: Main 2007-07-29 02:07:27


PHP: Main
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Your resource for great PHP tutorials!

PHP: GENERAL CODE:

BEGINNER (21)
PHP: Basic Php Forms by Rellizate
PHP: Basic Superglobals by SpamBurger
PHP: Beginners tutorial by DFox
PHP: Constants by SpamBurger
PHP: Creating a new directory by Momo-the-Monkey * NEW *
PHP: Email Form / Contact by MihaS
PHP: Including Files by DannyIsOnFire
PHP: Languages (system) (basic) by NeillS
PHP: Loops by NinoGrounds
PHP: Mail by NinoGrounds
PHP: Managing IP addresses by bagoverhead
PHP: mt_rand() and array_rand() by Mister-Mind
PHP: Page ID by keifer121
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

INTERMEDIATE (32)
PHP: Ajax by SpamBurger
PHP: Basic Ftp Interactions by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Basic Oop by different
PHP: Basic Php-gtk by CyberLemming
PHP: Capitalize Every Word (arrays) by juraj
PHP: Changing Content-types by Pilot-Doofy
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 (advanced) by different
PHP: Functions & Arrays by Momo-the-Monkey
PHP: Good habits/Security concerns by Sir-Davey
PHP: Hash Algorithms by authorblues
PHP: Image Resizing by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Intro To Curl by SpamBurger
PHP: Output Buffering by NinoGrounds
PHP: Outputting updates by thecoshman
PHP: Page Id's (using Mysql) by Jordan
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: String Manipulation by Zwe
PHP: Type casting by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Using explode and implode functions by DFox
PHP: Using MySQL by thingie-348

ADVANCED (3)
PHP: Advanced Misc by NinoGrounds
PHP: CLI (Command Line Interface) Basics by Craige
PHP: Function strFind() by Pilot-Doofy

PHP: SPECIFIC PROJECTS:

BEGINNER (19)
PHP: Calculating Age by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Calculator by Momo-the-Monkey
PHP: Contact Form by DannyIsOnFire
PHP: Count Line Breaks by Zendra
PHP: Creating a basic flash cms by cherries
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 eWhabs
PHP: Forced Download by DannyIsOnFire
PHP: Gzip - get saved today! by NinoGrounds
PHP: Link Checking by Jams44
PHP: Mad Libs by Thomas
PHP: Pagination by DearonElensar * NEW *
PHP: Shoutbox (MySQL) by WoogieNoogie

Response to Php: Main 2007-07-29 02:08:34


PHP: Shoutbox With No Sql by condawg
PHP: Specific word shuffle by juraj
PHP: Simple Hit Counter by SpamBurger
PHP: Voting System (From 1 to 5) by Greeley

INTERMEDIATE (14)
PHP: Basic Guestbook by Jordan
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: Search Engine by Zendra
PHP: Secure (and Handy) View Source by authorblues
PHP: Simple Faq System by NeillS
PHP: Uploading With Php And Ajax by Pilot-Doofy * NEW *
PHP: User Authentication (Part 1) by Greeley
PHP: Users Online by SpamBurger
PHP: Youtube Api With Simplexml by DFox * NEW *

PHP: USEFUL RESOURCES:

BEGINNER (3)
PHP: Rapid Website Development by Sir-Davey
PHP: Setting up a localhost by NeillS
PHP: Speed by NinoGrounds

INTERMEDIATE (1)
PHP: Application Design In Php by Craige

Total number of tutorials: 91

PHP: Other links:

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)

Pilot-Doofy (12)
SpamBurger (8)
NinoGrounds (7)
DFox (6)
Jams44 (5)
NeillS (5)
WoogieNoogie (5)
Momo-the-Monkey (4)
DannyIsOnFire (3)
elbekko (3)
Greeley (3)
authorblues (2)
cherries (2)
Craige (2)
different (2)
Jordan (2)
juraj (2)
Sir-Davey (2)
Zendra (2)
AcDiK-DR4G0N (1)
bagoverhead (1)
bigftballjock (1)
condawg (1)
CyberLemming (1)
DearonElensar (1)
eWhabs (1)
keifer121 (1)
MihaS (1)
Mister-Mind (1)
Rellizate (1)
thecoshman (1)
thingie-348 (1)
Thomas (1)
Zwe (1)

PHP: Main Supporters (These are supporters who list PHP: Main in their signatures, of course in addition to the tutorial authors)

DannyIsOnFire
DFox
elbekko
eWhabs
Momo-the-Monkey
Naois
Pilot-Doofy
SpamBurger
thecoshman
WoogieNoogie

For this update, I ask you to please bare with me. There were a TON of things that needed changing. Some tutorials needed to be removed, names changed, websites changed, userpages linked to, and I probably made some mistakes. Feel free to point them out, and again, I aplogize. After this, it should get much easier.

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. I am aware that everyone's sigs were removed in the redesign, so I encourage people who haven't put PHP: Main back in their sigs to please do so as any publicity helps PHP: Main :)

As always, please report any mistakes.

Response to Php: Main 2007-07-31 10:55:57


I have re-added PHP:Main to my signature.

Response to Php: Main 2007-07-31 13:51:36


At 7/31/07 10:55 AM, NinoGrounds wrote: I have re-added PHP:Main to my signature.

Lol, yeah, so did I.

Response to Php: Main 2007-08-07 04:23:07


At 7/31/07 10:55 AM, NinoGrounds wrote: I have re-added PHP:Main to my signature.

Same.

Response to Php: Main 2007-08-07 04:34:57


At 7/31/07 01:51 PM, Zendra wrote: Lol, yeah, so did I.

Oh Zendra, you trickster you.

I have a degree in Online Signature Screening. I have been trained specially to check signatures on BBS's. Here's how I checked your signature. I started with my eyes on the left, and moved them across until I reached the end of your signature on the right. I did not spot the said link to "PHP: Main". So yeah Zendra, maybe if I wasn't a certified sig checker you would have gotten away with this evil plot, but you messed with the wrong sig checker this time. Also if you ever needs a certified signature checked just contact me I work for $40/hour and I guarantee all my sig checks for 100% accuracy. (please note sigs may not contain more than 15 words otherwise accuracy goes down at least 25%)

Also, I got everyone else down. Thanks guys!

Response to Php: Main 2007-08-23 16:57:00


I've added PHP main to my sig :).

Anyway, I was thinking it would be a good idea to move the PHP:main into its own blog. Therefore the list can be updated without creating large page spaces between updates.it would make things easier to find.

Just an Idea.

G'day and long live PHP:main

Response to Php: Main 2007-08-23 17:29:33


At 8/23/07 04:57 PM, Seachmall wrote: Anyway, I was thinking it would be a good idea to move the PHP:main into its own blog. Therefore the list can be updated without creating large page spaces between updates.it would make things easier to find.

Just an Idea.

G'day and long live PHP:main

It's certainly not a bad idea. I just get worried that people would forget about it and it would be very hard to find.

Response to Php: Main 2007-08-23 17:41:46


by its own blog, do you mean its own site?

if so, then i dissagre. All the mains where started right here on NG it sounds almost retarded to then go and take them to their own site.

Though it would be cool if they got some front page atention of something like that. I mean, how long have we had php: main and C++: main. they surely must be an accepted part of NG history. The day that they die will be a teribal blow to NG - let it never happen.

LONG LIVE PHP: MAIN!!!

Response to Php: Main 2007-08-23 17:50:46


At 8/23/07 05:41 PM, thecoshman wrote: by its own blog, do you mean its own site?

No, we mean like phpmain.newgrounds.com so it would be on that userpage.

Though it would be cool if they got some front page atention of something like that. I mean, how long have we had php: main and C++: main. they surely must be an accepted part of NG history. The day that they die will be a teribal blow to NG - let it never happen.

That would be nice, but I doubt it would ever happen :\

Response to Php: Main 2007-08-23 18:01:09


Mmm, I suppose it could cause it to die out. Any, it was just an idea. I'll (hopefully) be contributing soon as I've (finally) finished my main project so I can work on other tidbits.

Response to Php: Main 2007-09-07 12:50:55


At 8/23/07 05:50 PM, DFox wrote: No, we mean like phpmain.newgrounds.com so it would be on that userpage.

Why don't you just do that there is no user called that.
just have that user post a link to it (or post the list there as well)


I have done the deed. Didst thou not hear a noise?

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Response to Php: Main 2007-09-09 04:15:11


At 9/7/07 12:50 PM, glomph wrote:
At 8/23/07 05:50 PM, DFox wrote: No, we mean like phpmain.newgrounds.com so it would be on that userpage.
Why don't you just do that there is no user called that.
just have that user post a link to it (or post the list there as well)

Eh, at this point it's not worth it. When I started PHP: Main I was much more enthusiastic about this forum and at this point I've become much more of a casual poster. I'm not going to spend the time to re-work it because it's not receiving much action as it is. I think it's best to leave it how it is and just let it serve it's purpose.

Response to Php: Main 2007-09-18 07:27:24


At 8/23/07 05:41 PM, thecoshman wrote: Though it would be cool if they got some front page atention of something like that. I mean, how long have we had php: main and C++: main. they surely must be an accepted part of NG history. The day that they die will be a teribal blow to NG - let it never happen.

Most newgrounders wouldn't care. Sure, we might.

And yes it'd be cool if there was a better way of handling mains...


> twitter.

Response to Php: Main 2007-09-18 08:59:12


At 9/18/07 07:27 AM, different wrote: Most newgrounders wouldn't care. Sure, we might.

And yes it'd be cool if there was a better way of handling mains...

Maybe someone could make a simple search engine for the mains or something, but these are all things that would fit nicely in the Programming Crew website, that we once decided to make :P


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Response to Php: Main 2007-10-06 19:31:56


DFox, I have a tutorial on making buttons in PHP here:
http://www.newgrounds.com/bbs/topic/7895 26

Can you add it?


Save Firefox and free software!

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RIP Michael Jackson. RIP Billy Mays. (But I do not care for them)

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Response to Php: Main 2007-10-07 07:11:17


PHP: Main has been added to my signature =]

Response to Php: Main 2008-01-19 14:00:42


Forgive me if I'm missing something, but it seems like all I have to do is write a tutorial on PHP and put the URL here in order for it to be submitted to the list. If that's the case, then...

http://www.newgrounds.com/bbs/topic/8473 57

Hope I understood correctly!

Response to Php: Main 2008-01-19 16:31:23


At 1/19/08 02:00 PM, ShirkDeio wrote: Hope I understood correctly!

Looks right to me. First tutorial of 2008!

Response to Php: Main 2008-01-19 16:42:12


At 1/19/08 04:31 PM, WoogieNoogie wrote:
At 1/19/08 02:00 PM, ShirkDeio wrote: Hope I understood correctly!
Looks right to me. First tutorial of 2008!

Yay :D

Not that writing a tut on "switch" is such an accomplishment, though lol. Maybe it'll help people new to PHP.

Response to Php: Main 2008-01-19 18:52:43


This is the best thread on NG!

Response to Php: Main 2008-03-08 04:59:11


i thought that my first post in about 6 months should be a bump... make a ton of people happy im bringing back this topic, to all web programmers that have doubted stuff, if you got over it and you couldnt find a tutorial on here to help you. PLEASE make one about it, keep this topic strong and alive! this is good it helped meee soo much when i was learning PHP

Response to Php: Main 2008-03-08 05:08:58


I miss this topic as well...only problem is, most everything seems covered. I planned on writing some others, but it got sent to the wayside.

And seeing as how DFox is gone...well, if he doesn't come back, I'd be willing to track the updates.

Response to Php: Main 2008-03-21 09:43:15


I'm glad to see this still going
Here, school is killing me, I haven't programmed anything in more than a year and a half


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Response to Php: Main 2008-08-09 13:20:30


http://www.newgrounds.com/bbs/topic/9506 93

BTW, does DFox even come on here anymore?

$DFox[Status] = $_GET[stat];
if ($DFox[Status] = "Yes" | true) {
echo "YAY.";
} else {
echo "Who'll do the listings from now on, then?";
}

srsly


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Response to Php: Main 2008-08-09 14:51:16


At 8/9/08 01:20 PM, ZiggyZack99 wrote: BTW, does DFox even come on here anymore?

No and this topic is pretty much dead.

Response to Php: Main 2008-08-09 15:23:54


At 8/9/08 01:20 PM, ZiggyZack99 wrote: $DFox[Status] = $_GET[stat];
if ($DFox[Status] = "Yes" | true) {
echo "YAY.";
} else {
echo "Who'll do the listings from now on, then?";
}

So... status is always Yes and you will get at least 1 syntax error because of the |?


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Response to Php: Main 2008-08-09 16:22:21


At 8/9/08 03:23 PM, DearonElensar wrote:
At 8/9/08 01:20 PM, ZiggyZack99 wrote: $DFox[Status] = $_GET[stat];
if ($DFox[Status] = "Yes" | true) {
echo "YAY.";
} else {
echo "Who'll do the listings from now on, then?";
}
So... status is always Yes and you will get at least 1 syntax error because of the |?

Ah. Sry.

if ($DFox[Status] = "Yes" | $DFox[Status] = true) {

Also, Status is not always Yes. Status is an array element retreived from the _GET array. If it is false, then *ssslcckkkk* (throat-cutting noise). Srsly, answer the question. Also, a pipe is OR. Don't say it's not, I've used it like that before.


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