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    Time for complicated stuffs


    Good work man, the basics are finally completed, thanks for your hardwork. So, its time for more challenging tutorials, such as cookies, drawing images,embed java
    and other good stuffs.
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    Re: Time for complicated stuffs


    Very cool! Keep it up.
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    Re: Time for complicated stuffs


    NO! NO! DON'T STOP!!!!
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    Re: Time for complicated stuffs


    Wow...good good!
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    Re: Time for complicated stuffs


    More Sir, Please!!!!
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    Re: Time for complicated stuffs


    Great stuff, but the file attributes on randon txt should be 644, as it's not executable !
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    Re: Time for complicated stuffs


    i second alans proposal .. let's see something about cookies, pictures ..
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    Cookies


    I am quite new php, I ve been reading all of these tutorials along with the rest of you.

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    But I know cookies arn't arn't very advanced... set name and get. <br><br>

    Thanks melonfire, awsome tuts.
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    php is good


    we had seen so much good things about php well still some others are there...
    like cache holdup the rest of the page, security factor, deseurity bad sidee...
    will it also be discussed...?
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    Real New at this php thingy


    I love these tutorials, they are purfect for this dummie here. I am trying to teach myself at home (Holland) and being Canadian it's hard to get real person help so I rely on the Internet. I have created a database with fields - type, location, description, number. I have made a page to show them in a page and a script to add an item. I can't figure out at all a script to delete an item - if anyone can help moi or send me a script I can pull apart and learn a little from I would apreciate it.

    Thanx
    Jane
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    Re: Time for complicated stuffs


    PHP 101 is , no doubt for that, the BEST tutorial available for PHP on the net ! It's even better that many books dealing with PHP.

    The quality of the explanations is really awesome. Each new topic comes with a new exemple that make us understand it quite immediatly !

    Please keep on the good work !!!

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    Re: Real New at this php thingy


    should be the same context as adding an item, but tweak your SSQL to refrence "DELETE FROM TABLE...." check out tutorial #4, im pretty sure it convered this topic.
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    We hear you!


    To everyone who read PHP 101 and our other tutorials:

    First of all, a big thank you for your comments on our tutorials, and your enthusiastic participation in the PHP 101 series. We appreciate it, and we'll continue to bring you world-class tutorials on PHP and other related languages, right here on Devshed.com

    Among the stuff we have planned - cookies, image creation, file uploads and some neat PHP tricks and code snippets that should help you get the most out of the language. So stay tuned...this show's just getting started!

    Vikram Vaswani
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    re:the whole lot


    I started with perl and moved on to php. The php articles helped me a lot. Excellent articles well written and applicable. However, I would welcome more stuff dealing with phplib and oop in general. I guess after coding stuff without using pre prepared modules like phplib the move to phplib can be compared with cgi.pm etc.
    keep it up
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    PHP


    How do I get the whole series of PHP articles written? The one I got a note a about is #5 in the series...how do i get the rest of them? I was on vacation and was not available to view them ..Please help ..I am trying to learn PHP...

    Thanks..

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