Coding languages like all software has versions. These versions offer improvements, and changes over time. This means that functions that work in some versions do not work in others. So you need to verify which version of PHP code has been written for, and also think about using common functions in your code to prevent issues with running it on new versions of PHP.
Using the GLOB function in PHP you can put all of the file names on a folder, and then print them out with additional HTML to create a Dynamic Photo Stream. In this project the […]
This class shows you how to create a picture gallery app that stores its data in a MySQL database. This allows you to do things such as adding Tags, Description, and even User Ownership so […]
Prepared statements help prevent SQL Injection attacks. Essentially they send a template for your SQL Statement, and then inserts the variables separately. This prevents hackers from escaping out of the original SQL statement and being […]