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Response to Php: Main 2006-07-12 18:30:26


Someone make me a good socket one :D


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Response to Php: Main 2006-07-12 18:35:12


At 7/12/06 06:30 PM, elbekko wrote: Someone make me a good socket one :D

kay.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-17 10:20:37


Hey guys, I had an idea I wanted to run by you.

I want to try to promote PHP: Main around Newgrounds a little more.

So I had an idea. I know a lot of you already link to PHP: Main in your sigs which is great. I would like to get more people to do that. So, how about on all updates, I list another category, "PHP: Main supporters" Under that it will have all of the people who link to PHP: Main in their signatures. I think it might encourage people to link to PHP: Main in their sigs.

What do you guys think of this?

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-17 10:37:54


At 7/17/06 10:33 AM, SpamBurger wrote: I think it's a great idea. I will put it in my sig :)

OK, I think I'm going to go for it!

So, you've posted here. If you have a link to PHP: Main in your signature, please post here.

All supporters will be posted in the next update, and the supporters will be checked before each update to make sure the link is still in their sig.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-17 11:34:13


At 7/17/06 10:37 AM, GamesCool wrote:
At 7/17/06 10:33 AM, SpamBurger wrote: I think it's a great idea. I will put it in my sig :)
OK, I think I'm going to go for it!

So, you've posted here. If you have a link to PHP: Main in your signature, please post here.

All supporters will be posted in the next update, and the supporters will be checked before each update to make sure the link is still in their sig.

Good idea. Furthermore, I'll say that is even better idea to format it like so:
<username> (from <website>).

It will encourage people even more.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-17 11:47:41


At 7/17/06 11:34 AM, Nino_JoJ wrote:
At 7/17/06 10:37 AM, GamesCool wrote:
At 7/17/06 10:33 AM, SpamBurger wrote: I think it's a great idea. I will put it in my sig :)
OK, I think I'm going to go for it!

So, you've posted here. If you have a link to PHP: Main in your signature, please post here.

All supporters will be posted in the next update, and the supporters will be checked before each update to make sure the link is still in their sig.
Good idea. Furthermore, I'll say that is even better idea to format it like so:
<username> (from <website>).

It will encourage people even more.

Indeed it will.
No ones dislikes free ad space, and so i reckon a lot more people wil put it in there sigs.
This may also help promote it in other forums, and maybe make the programming forum a bigger community.

we can dream :P

Ill put it in my sig later.


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Response to Php: Main 2006-07-17 12:50:46


Sig - revamped

can't wait for the update.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-17 12:58:29


Sig also = revamped.


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Response to Php: Main 2006-07-17 13:01:54


Nino, I like that idea. So next to each persons name they can put their website.

I agree with what Danny said because it will encourage expansion of PHP: Main and the programming forum.

So, so far we have SpamBurger, Nino, and Danny for PHP: Main supporters, but I'm sure there are other people who have PHP: Main in their sigs, so just post on the next page.

For now, PLEASE refrain from posting as I am in the middle of compiling the next update. Thanks for your understanding.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-17 13:42:14


Update is ready.

Please stand by for update.

PLEASE DO NOT POST!!

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-17 13:44:38


PHP: Main
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Your resource for great PHP tutorials!!!

PHP: GENERAL CODE:

BEGINNER (8)
PHP: Beginners tutorial by GamesCool
PHP: Email Form / Contact by MihaS
PHP: Managing IP addresses by -Calum-
PHP: Page ID by ElementalFlash * NEW *
PHP: Sessions and Cookies by WoogieNoogie * NEW *
PHP: Setting and Returning Cookies by Jams44
PHP: Storing Cookie Info by Jams44
PHP: Website Progress/Percentages by Greeley

INTERMEDIATE (12)
PHP: Basic Ftp Interactions by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Capitalize Every Word (arrays) by juraj
PHP: Counting unique hits by Rellizate
PHP: File uploads by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Good habits/Security concerns by Sir-Davey
PHP: Image Resizing by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: replace_tags() by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: RSS() by Deleted user * NEW *
PHP: Secure PHP Navigation by bigftballjock * NEW *
PHP: securing file uploads by Pilot-Doofy
PHP: Starting With Gd by -cherries- * NEW *
PHP: Using explode and implode functions by GamesCool

ADVANCED (3)
PHP: Advanced Misc by Nino_JoJ * NEW *
PHP: CLI (Command Line Interface) Basics by Dezmerkt
PHP: Function strFind() by Pilot-Doofy * NEW *

PHP: SPECIFIC PROJECTS:

BEGINNER (8)
PHP: Count Line Breaks by Zendra
PHP: Creating A Random Ad Script by Jams44
PHP: Create a random quotes script by GamesCool
PHP: Date Displayer by Jams44
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

INTERMEDIATE (9)
PHP: Creating a Blog by WoogieNoogie
PHP: Curl: Gmail Rss Reading by elbekko * NEW *
PHP: Flat-files (Create a shoutbox) by IWantSomeCookies
PHP: Member System by SpamBurger * NEW *
PHP: Random quote image by GamesCool
PHP: RSS tutorial by elbekko
PHP: Search Engine by Zendra
PHP: User Authentication (Part 1) by Greeley
PHP: Users Online by SpamBurger * NEW*

PHP: USEFUL RESOURCES:

BEGINNER (1)
PHP: Rapid Website Development by Sir-Davey

Total number of tutorials: 41

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

DannyIsOnFire (Danny Is On Fire Productions)
GamesCool (Orange Fox Games)
Nino_JoJ (Recruiting Grounds)
SpamBurger (Helnet)

Hey guys! I want to start off by saying this was a SUPERB update! We have a ton of new tutorials. I want to thank each and every person who has contributed a tutorial, or put PHP: Main in their signature. Thank you for making PHP: Main such a sucess.

We are starting a new "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.

As always, I am human, and today I was using a terrible connection, so PLEASE report any mistakes. Thanks, and lets keep these tutorials coming!

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-17 13:46:30


YEAH BOYYY!!!!

It looks awesome, and you even fixed my tutorial's name this time :P

I support PHP: Main, also.

And, a message to everyone linking to PHP: Main, don't forget to put the page number you link to up somewhere like 9999, so it always links to the latest page.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-17 13:54:19


The best update, ever !

And you even fixed the WoogieNoogie bug ;)

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-17 14:16:09


Also, I have a question for everyone.

I've recently written up a revision to my blog tutorial. It's got alot better coding and some better features. I would like to post it up for PHP: Main, but what would I do about the outdated tutorial? Any suggestions on what I should do?

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-17 14:37:37


At 7/17/06 02:16 PM, WoogieNoogie wrote: Also, I have a question for everyone.

I've recently written up a revision to my blog tutorial. It's got alot better coding and some better features. I would like to post it up for PHP: Main, but what would I do about the outdated tutorial? Any suggestions on what I should do?

I suggest you just make a new post, and call it PHP: Creating A More Advanced Blog or PHP: Creating A Blog V2.0 etc
Something like that.

Fantastic update aswell.
The new feature is an excellent idea, and will hopefully help PHP: Main grow =)


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Response to Php: Main 2006-07-18 07:23:39


Don't you remember that Pilot Doofy (or Afro Ninja) make some OOP Tutorial? It was requested in the topic I was created (remember..?).

I was searching for it via the search panel but I couldn't find.
Anyone?

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-18 12:53:24


At 7/18/06 11:27 AM, SpamBurger wrote: Oh, and I have an idea to get people to write tutorials for php: main. You can have another section like the one for people who link to php: main, where anyone who has written five or more tutorials will be put in the list. Just a suggestion :)

Hmm. Well if you've written 5 tutorials, it means your listed 5 times. So how about I make author names next to tutorials link to their websites?

I think people are also more likely to click the links that way.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-18 13:12:34


http://craige.pastebin.com/751339

The start of a true OOP tutorial. Tell me what you think. There is not much there yet in the way of learngng keywords yet, but I am getting there. It takes time. Tell me what you think about is so far.

*Note* Allow pastebin a good 5 min or more to load, it has been slow lately for some reason.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-18 13:15:30


lol guys, one last opinion question.

We've been doing a lot of discussing in this thread. It's getting pretty long with only 1 tutorial.

How about a PHP: Main discussion thread where we can do all the discussion about everything PHP: Main related?

Like Craige just asked for suggestions on his OOP tutorial (It still hasn't loaded for me BTW), which is GREAT, but can easily finish up this page.

So what do you guys think of a specific PHP: Main discussion thread?

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-18 13:23:59


At 7/18/06 01:15 PM, GamesCool wrote: How about a PHP: Main discussion thread where we can do all the discussion about everything PHP: Main related?

Like Craige just asked for suggestions on his OOP tutorial (It still hasn't loaded for me BTW), which is GREAT, but can easily finish up this page.

I am trying to be sure it is great for when I finish it and post it. I hate seeing all these half assed tutorials with one comment paragraphs to explain something. These tutorials should look like they could be pulled out of a book. (btw, I was just adding in the part about methods, so it is not finished, and it comes to a sudden stop. Same with the visibility part. I started writing it when I decided I should write the part on methods first, so it is not finished either.)

So what do you guys think of a specific PHP: Main discussion thread?

I think it is a good idea. Keep this thread specificly for posting links.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-18 13:31:38


At 7/18/06 01:23 PM, Craige wrote: I think it is a good idea. Keep this thread specificly for posting links.

Your tutorial FINALLY loaded! It looks very good. You're very good at explaining everything.

I'll definitley read it as I have never used OOP in a live environment for any of my sites.

I have created the discussion thread. You should probably repost this in there.

Remember everyone, keep all non-link posts to that thread.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-18 14:05:36


At 7/18/06 01:31 PM, GamesCool wrote: Your tutorial FINALLY loaded! It looks very good. You're very good at explaining everything.
I'll definitley read it as I have never used OOP in a live environment for any of my sites.

I have created the discussion thread. You should probably repost this in there.

Thank you. I already posted it in the other thread, and addressed your comments there.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-18 18:00:36


This pastebin is really going slow..

it still hasn't loaded for me :P

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-18 18:04:22


OOP Tutorial beta finally loaded and I say - I like it.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-18 22:10:40


Here's my new one. It actually copies the image and dynamically resizes it rather than just with the <img> tags.

PHP: resizing and copying images


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Response to Php: Main 2006-07-18 22:46:17


Hey, i support PHP: Main. Website (http://www.negown.com) Negown

Can i request a tutorial for a News Management System. Like, a system like cutenews.

Or something like that. I don't know, i just never learned about that and thought it would be a neat idea to have a tutorial to do that.


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Response to Php: Main 2006-07-18 23:27:33


At 7/18/06 10:46 PM, Momo_the_Monkey wrote: Hey, i support PHP: Main. Website (http://www.negown.com) Negown

Can i request a tutorial for a News Management System. Like, a system like cutenews.

Or something like that. I don't know, i just never learned about that and thought it would be a neat idea to have a tutorial to do that.

Post this here.

And thanks fro whoever said good job on the OOP tutorial, but it belongs in the other thread aswell.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-19 03:40:35


hey, ive used quite few of these tutorials on my site www.doodle-flash.co.uk.

could i become a supporter?

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-20 12:37:44


Hm, lets see:

PHP: Speed
PHP: Loops

It's been an really, really, really really fucking hot day!
I couldn't even go out of the house.

Response to Php: Main 2006-07-20 16:38:14


At 7/20/06 12:37 PM, Nino_JoJ wrote: It's been an really, really, really really fucking hot day!
I couldn't even go out of the house.

same here :C