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PHP Variables - 2007-10-01

While working with any language we make use of variables. Variables are used to store values and reuse them in our code. We use different types of variables in our code such as strings (text), integers (numbers), floats (decimal numbers), boolean (true or false) and objects. In PHP we can make use of variable while writing scripts. In this lesson we're going to cover PHP variables.


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The World Wide Web is thriving and e-commerce is all set to boom. Shopping online has become the norm and all over the world consumers are preferring to shop online as it has many advantages. There are many aspects that control e-commerce success and one crucial factor is the shopping cart. An online shopper must take the cart forward and complete his purchase. Sadly shopping cart abandonment is a common problem, which all concerned are trying to minimize.


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PHP Strings - 2007-09-27

In programming, a string is a sequence of letters, symbols, characters and arithmetic values or combination of all tied together in single or double quotes. For example, "I Love PHP", "10", '100.01', "", etc are all examples of strings.


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Everything you need to know about connecting to your server securely using SSH and public/private keys. This makes it so it is nearly impossible for someone to steal your password.


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Most interactive websites nowadays would require a user to log in into the website’s system in order to provide a customized experience for the user. Once the user has logged in, the website will be able to provide a presentation that is tailored to the user’s preferences.


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One of the hot new website promotion tips du jour is the Google Sitemap. This is a small XML file that sits on a website and provides information for Googlebot when it comes to visit. Is this file useful? What does it do? How do I create one? How do I get Google to find it? Well, let me tell you.


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What Are RSS Feeds? - 2007-09-04

If you are new to the terms RSS or news feeds then you are in the right place, read on and find out a little more about them and how they may offer you or your business a new way of communicating.


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Content is King! If you want a website to generate back-links and have quality content the search engines love, be sure to make it readable by both people and search engines.


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Avoid being caught with a "Sorry For Any Inconvenience" staring at you from the monster on your monitor. Make sure you select the right web host the first time.


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I have written this document to help reduce the amount of issues we have recently come across. It is important to address issues like load time, cross browser compatibility, and other technical design issues.


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