PHP Tutorial

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    PHP/MySQLi Creating a Forum - Part 17 - User List Introduction: This tutorial will be continuing my series of creating a forum in PHP/MySQLi/HTML. In this part I will be covering related threads. Pre-creation: First you will need a host for your PHP, either a web host or localhost is fine but you will need PHP and MySQL(i) capabilities. Also, this will not be covering creating users, or styling...
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    PHP/MySQLi Creating a Forum - Part 16 - Log In Requirement Introduction: This tutorial will be continuing my series of creating a forum in PHP/MySQLi/HTML. In this part I will be showing you how to add a user list to your forum to make it easier for users to find each other. Pre-creation: First you will need a host for your PHP, either a web host or localhost is fine but you will need PHP and...
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    PHP/MySQLi Creating a Forum - Part 15 - Password Change Form Introduction: This tutorial will be continuing my series of creating a forum in PHP/MySQLi/HTML. In this part I will be showing you how to add login restrictions to certain pages. Pre-creation: First you will need a host for your PHP, either a web host or localhost is fine but you will need PHP and MySQL(i) capabilities. Also, this will...
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    Introduction: This tutorial will be continuing my series of creating a forum in PHP/MySQLi/HTML. In this fifth part, we will be adding ratings to the threads, I am going to use simple "1 Star" etc. text in order for the user to rate the threads, but you can use images (a star for example). Pre-creation: First you will need a host for your PHP, either a web host or localhost is fine but you will...
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    PHP/MySQLi Creating a Forum - Part 10 - Latest Threads !!! Section 1 !!! Introduction: This tutorial will be continuing my series of creating a forum in PHP/MySQLi/HTML. In this eleventh part, We will begin creating a user page which will contains all the threads posted by that user, personal messaging and possibly some more extras as wel go along. Pre-creation: First you will need a host for...
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    Introduction: This tutorial will be continuing my series of creating a forum in PHP/MySQLi/HTML. In this third part, we will be making a thread page in order to display the full thread and offer the chance for replies. Pre-creation: First you will need a host for your PHP, either a web host or localhost is fine but you will need PHP and MySQL(i) capabilities. Also, this will not be covering...
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    PHP/MySQLi Creating a Forum - Part 14 - User Login and User Levels Theory Introduction: This tutorial will be continuing my series of creating a forum in PHP/MySQLi/HTML. This part will be covering a changing password form for the user. Pre-creation: First you will need a host for your PHP, either a web host or localhost is fine but you will need PHP and MySQL(i) capabilities. Also, this will not...
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    PHP/MySQLi Creating a Forum - Part 12 - Listing Messages and Threads Introduction: This tutorial will be continuing my series of creating a forum in PHP/MySQLi/HTML. This part will be covering users. Pre-creation: First you will need a host for your PHP, either a web host or localhost is fine but you will need PHP and MySQL(i) capabilities. Also, this will not be covering creating users, or...
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    PHP/MySQLi Creating a Forum - Part 13 - Users & Registering Introduction: This tutorial will be continuing my series of creating a forum in PHP/MySQLi/HTML. This part will be covering logging in for users and running over the theory of user levels. Pre-creation: First you will need a host for your PHP, either a web host or localhost is fine but you will need PHP and MySQL(i) capabilities...
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    PHP/MySQLi Creating a Forum - Part 11 - User Page - Messages and User Created Threads Introduction: This tutorial will be continuing my series of creating a forum in PHP/MySQLi/HTML. In this fourteenth part, I will go through listing your messages. Pre-creation: First you will need a host for your PHP, either a web host or localhost is fine but you will need PHP and MySQL(i) capabilities. Also,...

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