Response to Php: Main 2005-12-15 07:09:51
Maybe I'll write a PHP: RSS tutorial :)
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Response to Php: Main 2005-12-15 13:21:34
Meh, I wanted to post my tutorial but NG came whining about invalid HTML again... X( I'll put it online and link to it :)
Response to Php: Main 2005-12-15 18:07:57
At 12/15/05 06:00 PM, IWantSomeCookies wrote: Does anyone want a PHP: Using Flat-file tutorial?
And no, its not just <? include 'files.txt'; ?>
sure, flat files can be quite usefull.
Response to Php: Main 2005-12-15 19:28:35
Response to Php: Main 2005-12-15 21:04:57
At 12/15/05 08:01 PM, Greeley wrote: Nice... a fair amount of turorials in this week. It's awsome to see this.
Yeah, I just put my first one in *yay*
And thanks GC for replying, I didn't want to reply in there, so here I am ^.^
Response to Php: Main 2005-12-15 23:24:27
I'm looking to learn how to set up a system that allows me to create a page on my site that will take a template page that has the basic layout of the page (with the menu and background images and ads) and add a flash toon to the base template page.
I know a little about PHP and MySQL but this is just a very daunting task for me.
I would need to set up a database to keep track of the uploaded toons on my site and would love to set up a gallery system that would make it easy to keep the toons in alphabetical order when they get old. And perhaps another system that would sort them by dates.
Setting up the upload has already been covered but the gallery system and making the database save info on the flash would be very helpful and having an admin page that is secure would be great.
I know this isn't to complex from what I have learned but I am not a code minded person. If I had a skeleton to work off of I could implement more. But I am not wanting to use PHPNUKE or anything along those lines.
If someone could help me out and make a tutorial about how to set something like this up and explain how it works I would appriciate it.
Perhaps call it Content Management.
Anyway thank you for reading this.
Response to Php: Main 2005-12-16 16:30:28
At 12/15/05 06:14 PM, GamesCool wrote:At 12/15/05 07:09 AM, elbekko wrote: Maybe I'll write a PHP: RSS tutorial :)Personaly, I'd LOVE to see that. I really need to get into that area of PHP. It would be really cool if you wrote one on it.
I will :)
Ehm, one little question:
Do I have to give explanetion for every single line or can I just have some code blocks and explain them?
Oh yeah, for the RSS, I'm not using any of PHP's XML functions ;) I'm just writing some DB info to a file :)
Response to Php: Main 2005-12-16 20:13:02
PHP: GENERAL CODE:
PHP: SPECIFIC PROJECTS:
PHP: USEFUL RESOURCES:
PHP: Rapid Website Development by Sir-Davey
Total number of tutorials: 13
Afro-Ninja, can you please delete that first post. For some reason he posted right when I was about to post the list :(
Response to Php: Main 2005-12-16 20:28:56
At 12/16/05 08:20 PM, Inglor wrote: AS: Main got around 50 topics in a week.
And thats what I am talking about. ;-)
And you know, replying to this thread now is going against my above post, so i'll stop to give Games a break ;-)
Response to Php: Main 2006-01-06 13:18:40
At 1/6/06 09:17 AM, Afro_Ninja wrote: dammit, sorry guys. I must have missed the new page over break. I tried to delete the post at the top but
Sorry, you can't do anything with "Php: Main" - the first post to it is old and only super-admins can perform admin tasks on this thread.
Damn. Where is James when you need him, lol.