PHP Category

AJAX and Google Integrated Search

In this tutorial I will show you how to create an AJAX search box that can be used on your website or blog that also has an integrated Google search built in. We will be using HTML, CSS, PHP and jQuery to create our search box.

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PHP Automatically Create Thumbnail Images

I recently wrote about making an AJAX image gallery. In it I said you should have a separate thumbnail image so that you don’t have to load up the main image and resize it, wasting time and efficiency. In this article, I’m going to show you how to automatically make a thumbnail when an image is uploaded using PHP.

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AJAX Image Gallery

There are plenty of photo galleries around for you to use, but sometimes you just want something that looks a little different or integrates into your site a little better. In this tutorial, I’m going to make a photo gallery that uses Ajax and Thickbox.

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PHP Login System

In most web applications there will be some restricted content – whether that is administrative functions such as managing comments or simply content that is a bit sensitive and needs someone to be signed up to see it. Obviously this kind of thing is key to the application so it is often built into the application in a very specific way.
Here’s why I think that’s a bad thing, and how to do it in a much more generic fashion…

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PHP Optimization Tips

This tutorial will explain many small techniques which will, hopefully, help optimize your php scripts. I considered myself a bit of a PHP pro until I started researching some of this stuff and realized that there is a whole realm of information out there about optimizing php that I didn’t know about. I hope you will be as surprised as I was about some of the things you might learn from this article.

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Create an Email Form using AJAX

This tutorial will cover how to create an Email Form using AJAX (specifically using the Prototype javascript library and the Livevalidation javascript library) and PHP. I will assume you have at least a basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, PHP and Javascript.

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