Sep 20
2014

MYSQL NOT IN and NOT EXISTS Comparison Operators

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MYSQL NOT IN and NOT EXISTS Comparison Operators

With mySQL, the NOT IN() and NOT EXISTS operators are do the opposite of their counterparts IN() EXISTS() operators. When
Sep 14
2014

PHP Trim and MYSQL Trim Functions

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PHP Trim and MYSQL Trim Functions

Often, when working with PHP / mySQL, you will use data that was sent from forms and data from the database. While the data is often
Sep 01
2014

MYSQL Database Backup

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MYSQL Database Backup

The purpose of this tutorial is to create a backup of a mySQL database. The tutorial will two methods for which this can be accomplished; one using a
Aug 31
2014

MYSQL Remove Duplicates

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MYSQL Remove duplicate Rows

Removing duplicate rows with mySQL could be something you need to do for various reasons. One reason could be that you want to clean up your
Aug 26
2014

Varnish Cache With Wordpress

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Using Varnish With Wordpress

So, you love the speed you get with Varnish, but, have suddenly noticed that you cannot login and make any changes. Although you could manage
Aug 19
2014

OOP Login Class With PHP

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OOP Login Class With PHP and PDO

This OOP login class has a parent class called login and two child classes called Posted and Verified. The 'Posted' class checks and
Aug 19
2014

PHP OOP Login Class

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PHP OOP Login Class

The PHP OOP login code comes in two parts. One file is the class that connects to the database while the main file uses PDO objects to select and
Aug 18
2014

Returning Variables From Functions

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Returning Variables From Functions

If you want to return a variable from a function, you have choices. The two methods discussed in this tutorial will be returning a
Aug 18
2014

PHP ==

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PHP = and PHP ==

The PHP '=' equal sign is commonly used to create variables and arrays. Asides from that, you will you often encounter the '==' equal sign which is often
Aug 18
2014

Atutor

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Atutor LMS

Atutor is an LMS built with PHP mySQL. Technically, LMS is an abbreviation for Learning Management System. Two examples of learning management systems are
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