If you have been following along you should have a simple CMS built that has a place to securely log in and you should be able to create some users and access levels for your site. If you are creating a CMS you will need more than just to be able to log in and create users so here in part three we will get into a few of the things that you can do with your own CMS. A few people have really knocked the idea of creating your own CMS which is fine because we can all have our own opinions so I will just tell you all why I personally like to use my own.Read More
The IT industry is full of tough challenges for developers who are one step away from creating new forms of interaction. The trend of web scripting is growing rapidly and developers are striving to develop web pages which automate more tasks on a website. The benefit of client-side scripts is that HTML supports it regardless of the language that is used for scripting. By using these scripts, developers are able to introduce plenty of highly active ways to enhance HTML documents.Read More
Alright if you have read the first article that we worked on a while ago “Creating Your Own CMS Part 1 – Secure Login” then you should have some sort of CMS design with a secure login. Now that we can login to our CMS we will need to have an easy way to add an administrator and of course give them access to only certain parts of the CMS. But first one little thing that I decided to add in to make it easy for you to login without having to manually add an entry in phpmyadmin was to make the first login attempt double as a create user.Read More
In the last part, I showed you how to use PHP to send e-mail messages. In this part I will continue this and also show you how to use PHP and forms together to make your PHP scripts more useful.Read More
One of the most hardest jobs in web development processes definitely is form creation. Coding behind these forms are painless enough, but then you need to think also about Spam filters, usability, interface and functions should work in all cases.
Keeping this in mind, I gathered here 21 various premium Php forms created for all the cases you should ever need – sign-up forms, advanced contact forms powered with Ajax, jQuery, e-mail signup forms, file uploads and much more. All of these forms also come with good user interface and design, so you don’t have to worry about those little things, but just focus on big tasks! How cool is that?Read More
This is a tutorial on creating a PHP website template starting with HTML and CSS. We will start with the basics and you can also download the final product. Please remember that I am using very basic CSS styling in this example just for you to get the idea, and not so much to make it look pretty. The download will contain both the styled example as well as a complete blank template that you can use for your own starting point for any project personal or commercial. The demo files are released under GPL V2.Read More