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Ajax based multi category assignment with PHP, MySQL and jQuery

Ajax based multi category assignment with PHP, MySQL and jQuery

In this short series you will learn how to assign multiple categories to the main product using PHP, MySQL and jQuery. We will learn how to use MySQL GROUP_CONCAT() function in order to display all associated categories together with the product using a single SQL statement.

Sebastian Sulinski on 27th Apr 2012

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Static Urls, Meta tags and Re-send activation email (1st add-on for E-commerce series)

Static Urls, Meta tags and Re-send activation email (1st add-on for E-commerce series)

This is the first add-on series to our main E-commerce tutorial. In this series you will learn how to convert the dynamic urls to the static looking ones by converting the Url class created in the original series. You will also learn how to add meta tags to all of the sections on the front end and how to re-send an activation email for those who didn't activate their account with first registration. We will also modify the control panel to allow us manage the meta tags, url identity and use the static urls.

PLEASE NOTE: This is an add-on series for E-commerce application with PHP, MySQL, Ajax and PayPal, which you will need in order to be able to complete it.

Price: $85.89 USD

Sebastian Sulinski on 10th Apr 2012

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Exporting Data from MS SQL Server to XML

Exporting Data from MS SQL Server to XML

In this tutorial George will explain how to export data from the MS SQL database to XML and how to display results on the page.

Georges Naffah on 22nd Mar 2012

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Thumbs up and down rating system with jQuery, PHP and MySQL

Thumbs up and down rating system with jQuery, PHP and MySQL

In this series we take a look at how to create a rating system with thumbs up and down. The ratings will be saved to the MySQL database using PHP PDO class.

Sebastian Sulinski on 19th Mar 2012

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HTML5 History API : pushState / popState

HTML5 History API : pushState / popState

In this short series we will have a look at the HTML5 History API and its two methods called pushState and popState in order to create an Ajax based, SEO friendly website. The first (pushState) method allows us to replace the browser's url without reloading the page, by doing so we can have our links indexed by search engines, while using Ajax to process the request and replace the content of the page. The second method (popState) makes sure that our browser's Back and Forward buttons are functioning after the pushState method has been executed.

Sebastian Sulinski on 9th Mar 2012

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Sub-navigation for Multilingual Content Management System

Sub-navigation for Multilingual Content Management System

This add-on series to our Multilingual Content Management System explains how to create the sub-navigation structure for the front end, which will be applied to both - main and left navigation. You will learn how to create tools for the control panel in order to easily attach sub-navigation to the main navigation items.

PLEASE NOTE: This is an add-on series for Multilingual Content Management System, which you will need in order to be able to complete it.

Price: $56.72 USD

Sebastian Sulinski on 27th Feb 2012

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Confirmation dialog with jQuery

Confirmation dialog with jQuery

Today we will have a look at how we can create a confirmation dialog using jQuery and some PHP.

Sebastian Sulinski on 25th Jan 2012

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Change image on click with jQuery

Change image on click with jQuery

In this tutorial we will learn how to swap the image in the container with on click event using jQuery.

Sebastian Sulinski on 23rd Jan 2012

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In-line record update with jQuery and PHP

In-line record update with jQuery and PHP

In this tutorial I'm explaining how to create an in-line editing option for your records where by clicking on part of the text on the page - text is replaced by the input or textarea and on 'blur' event record is updated using jQuery post() method and PHP.

Sebastian Sulinski on 19th Jan 2012

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Windows 7, Wamp Server and IIS

Windows 7, Wamp Server and IIS

In this short series George explains how to install the Wamp server and how to make it work with IIS on Windows 7.

Georges Naffah on 16th Jan 2012

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