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  • PHP Security
    on Apr 5, 2013 in PHP Tutorial php
    When it comes to PHP, some 99% of amateur sites and 60-70% of all sites use the professional scripting language called PHP. But is it safe to use PHP? Does the implementation of the language not have any gaps that are critical to the operation of our...
  • Working with Image Metadata in PHP
    on Mar 27, 2013 in PHP Tutorial php
    Sometimes you want to extract the descriptive information embedded in an image, such as the metadata or thumbnails placed in digital photos. For this, you can use PHP’s Exchangeable Image File Format (EXIF) functions. EXIF is a standard for sto...
  • Protecting Your Public E-mail Address
    on Mar 17, 2013 in PHP Tutorial
    If you want to protect a publicly displayed email address from being captured by an e-mail address harvester. To protect the email address, you can manage the email address which is only read by human being but not recognized as a standard e-mail add...
  • Converting Between Relative and Absolute File Path
    on Mar 2, 2013 in PHP Tutorial php
    To convert a relative path to an absolute file path, use PHP’s realpath() function. This function performs “path math” means translating all the relative locations in a path string to return a complete absolute path. If we pass R...
  • Parsing File Paths with PHP
    on Mar 2, 2013 in PHP Tutorial php
    If you want to extract the path, file name, or extension path from a file path. You can use PHP’s pathinfo() function to automatically split the file path into its individual components. Example code: view plaincopy to clipboardprint? <?php...
  • How to remove HTML Comments with PHP?
    on Mar 2, 2013 in PHP Tutorial php
    I think when sending content to users, there is no reason for HTML commends to be sent to the users. It generally increases load time. You can easily remove unwanted comments from html content using PHP regex. You can use below PHP function: view pla...
  • How to access .htaccess values?
    on Mar 2, 2013 in PHP Tutorial php
    You know that you can get value entered by user with .htaccess pop-up? It’s actually very easy. You can use this: view plaincopy to clipboardprint? <?php $_SERVER['REMOTE_USER']; ?> <?php<br /> $_SERVER['REMOTE_USER'];<b...
  • Dealing With Common PHP Errors
    on Feb 24, 2013 in PHP php
    Working with PHP, we often face few common problem and errors related to PHP script such as white page of syntax error, unexpected errors, header already sent, Undefined index or Undefined offset, System time zone issue etc. In this article I have...
  • Interview Questions and Answers for Freshers
    on Feb 15, 2013 in INTERVIEW QUESTIONS PHP php
    Here are common questions with answer that every fresher PHP programmer is expected to know, I will add few more questions with answers in coming days. Q- What is the difference between include and require Difference between require() and include() i...
  • Display numbers with ordinal suffix using PHP
    on Feb 11, 2013 in PHP php
    Ordinal numbers are inclusive of the letters that appear after the number Eg. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc. PHP already has a feature that will display this for you in it’s date handling functions. The below example display current date with suffix...
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