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PHP Parameter Skipping and Named Parameters – Finally?

Well, sort of; it’s not 100% native, but it works, and requires only 1 simple cut-and-pasted line added per function to implement. This article will detail how to do so, as well as the gist of its inner workings. It’s certainly easy to grep up complaints and feature requests for both parameter skipping and named parameters… Read More

Developing a Login System with PHP and MySQL

Most interactive websites nowadays would require a user to log in into the website’s system in order to provide a customized experience for the user. Once the user has logged in, the website will be able to provide a presentation that is tailored to the user’s preferences. Read More

PHP / Apache Templating

Here’s a quick tip to have a simple template-based website. I use this method on my Textpattern-powered site and it works great! This method does not requires any installation of PHP template engines such as Smarty, XTemplate, etc. All it takes is 2 lines in your .htaccess file. So, how am I doing it? Sort answer: using Apache directives. Read More

PHP’s Header Function

PHP’s header() function allows you to send arbitrary HTTP headers. Among other things, header() can be useful for authentication or page-level redirection. Read More

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