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PHP Form Validation via Filter Regular Expression Tutorial

With the recent PHP Form Validation via Filter Extension Tutorial we avoided “the elephant in the room” that being the use of regular expressions. No, Nala, not 😀 or even 🤪 but the definition of a date data item (or … Continue reading

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Javascript and PHP Base64 Media Tutorial

It’s likely that if you use Base64 a lot with your web applications whether that involves Javascript client …. btoa atob … or some serverside language functions like PHP’s … base64_decode base64_encode … you will have used it when accessing, … Continue reading

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PHP Form Validation via Filter Extension Tutorial

Our recent Javascript and PHP Base64 Primer Tutorial with its Base64 thoughts, the … echo “<textarea id=tb64 cols=100 rows=10>” . base64_decode(urldecode($_POST[‘base64′])) . “</textarea><br>”; … of which we adopt for today’s PHP code, set our minds towards HTML form thoughts and … Continue reading

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Javascript and PHP Base64 Primer Tutorial

We’ve long been interested in all of the PHP functions… urldecode urlencode … and sometimes, especially if data URI data is involved … base64_decode base64_encode … to facilitate the transfer of sizeable amounts of data within PHP or from HTML … Continue reading

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PHP Wikipedia Australian List Integration Tutorial

Yesterday’s PHP Wikipedia Australian List Makeover Tutorial got us thinking more about “where of life” functionality integration possibilities. For us, with many “where of life” web applications, the Google Charts Map Chart is a core part of the functionality, as … Continue reading

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PHP Wikipedia Australian List Makeover Tutorial

Some time back we linked a Wikipedia “list” webpage to the Google Charts Map Chart functionality with PHP Modularization for Lighthouses in Australia Tutorial. We’re revisiting, and finding some “peer” web applications, linked by a dropdown, that all … access … Continue reading

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PHP Modularization for Lighthouses in Australia Tutorial

Today we want to try two more things … continuing on with our PHP code (you could call australian_lighthouses.php) for our Australian Lighthouses project talk about PHP glob and its modularization sensibilities … so let’s talk about the second one … Continue reading

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