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Blog Site using PHP/MySQL


Blog Site using PHP/MySQL is a project that produces article content for a website dynamically. To develop this project, I used HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and Bootstrap [ ]. Feel free to download and modify this project and hopefully it will help for what you are looking for.


  • Manage Category - On this feature, the admin can add, edit and delete blog category.
  • Manage Article - Admin can add, edit, publish and delete blog article.
  • Manage Blog Site details - Admin can configure the site details (Blog Site Name, contact, email and about content page)
  • Display Published Article - On this feature, users can view and read published articles.

About the Project

Blog Site using PHP/MySQL project has two sides of users, which is the Admin Side and User Side. Admin Side will manage the content of the website, such as the category of content and the articles. On the User side, users will only view and read the article published by the admin. Follow the steps below to run this project.


  1. Download the source code and extract the zip file.
  2. Download or set up any local web server that runs PHP script.
  3. Open your web server database and create a new database name it blog_db.
  4. Import the SQL file located in the database folder of the source code.
  5. Copy and paste the source code to the location where your local web server accessing your local projects. Example for XAMPP('C:\xampp\htdocs')
  6. Open a web browser and browse the project. http://localhost/Blog-Site-Using-PHP ]
  7. Browse http://localhost/Blog-Site-Using-PHP/admin ] to access the admin side of the project.

Admin Default Access:

Username: admin

Password: admin123

Explore to this website for more source code or tutorial.


Note: Due to the size or complexity of this submission, the author has submitted it as a .zip file to shorten your download time. After downloading it, you will need a program like Winzip to decompress it.

Virus note: All files are scanned once-a-day by for viruses, but new viruses come out every day, so no prevention program can catch 100% of them.


1. Re-scan downloaded files using your personal virus checker before using it.
2. NEVER, EVER run compiled files (.exe's, .ocx's, .dll's etc.)--only run source code.

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