PHP is a computer scripting language, originally designed for producing dynamic web pages.
How can we output search engine frindly URL in a Database driven website?
I want the database driven website products to be crawlled by the Search Spider.
Please let me know how this can be...
I am creating a virtual dog simulation game, similar to http://furry-paws.com. I need a group of programmers to help me program everything.
If you are interested, please aim me at sinnykinz, or...
: but i saw another way to do this with really much other info and using LIKE in the mysql query, am i doing something very wrong here? it works just fine...
If it works just fine what's the...
Here are some links that I found when I did a search:
: : Could it be that you haven't set register_globals in you ini file ?
: : use phpinfo(); to check, search for register_globals. If it says: off Locate your ini file and switch it on. If you arn't...
I write this in address index.php?where=12
php (I've just installed php5.0.2) cannot see $where
why? what could be the reasons? where should I search for problem?
: $input = 'some text '; // the full data
: $pattern = "//i"; // match tags
: $replace = ""; // replace with nothing
: $output = preg_replace($pattern, $replace, $input); // do the replacing...
i was wondering if any of you know a good php search script that searches a table for information but excludes html tags from the text.
i dont want people to rearch for 'img' and get some stupid...
: Can I use PHP to find out which webpage a surfer was at before mine ??
: Specifically I'd like to know if the surfer found me from a search engine, and what search terms they used.
Can I use PHP to find out which webpage a surfer was at before mine ??
Specifically I'd like to know if the surfer found me from a search engine, and what search terms they used.
I got myself a copy of "Programming PHP" (by O'Reilly books) which will teach you the basics pretty thoroughly (it is co-written by PHP's creator). An invaluable thing to remember is that PHP has a...
: I would like to know if is there a way of redirecting based on client's bandwith. I apologize if this is a newbie question (or not about PHP at all)
There are a lot of client-side bandwidth...
The things which u told is not solving my problem...My problem is that if someone comes to my site by using search engines like google or else...I want to know the IP address...
: : Not having seen the script, it's kinda hard for me to tell you what it should/shouldn't do.
: Well, should this codework if a form uses it with the post script? Like, after they press submit...