Ticket System

12 PHP Mini-Project Source Codes for Beginners

In this blog, I will share some of the PHP Mini-Projects I developed. The purpose of this article is to help students or self-learners to have an actual PHP Project to learn with. The project could be a good start within developing a big scope project, used for practicing enhancing the system to harness their programming capabilities/knowledge, and you might find some useful scripts. PHP

Ticket System in PHP - #5 Ticket Processing


This tutorial is the final part in my ticket system via PHP tutorial. This part will be covering processing the ticket.

Ticket Information:

We are already sending the email to the entered 'forgot password' reset form containing the ticket ID. This ticket ID links to the customer account through the column value of 'User'. It should also be noted that the email address only receives an email with the ticket number, and not a URL.

Ticket System in PHP - #4 Ticket Creation


This tutorial is the fourth part in my series of how to create a PHP based ticket system. This part will be covering inserting the generated ticket/random string in to the 'tickets' table within your database.


We only want to insert a new ticket when a certain event occurs, this event will be when the 'Forgotten Password' link or button is clicked/selected.

Ticket System in PHP - #2 Generating Tickets


This tutorial is a continuation from my previous tutorial in which I covered the database design and HTML password reset form scripting for this password reset ticket system.

Part Two - Fake Data:

Before we can even think of making a password reset ticket system, we need to create a fake user to which we can reset their password.