We as developers usually get complaints from our client that the Media files are consuming lot of space than they should on the server resulting in choking the bandwidth of the server which in turns make website slow to load the main reason for this is “Uploading of huge media files especially images by the users on the website”. Now there are 2 scenarios by avoiding uploading of huge images on the website.
Category: Quick Tips
Today PHP HURDLES presents the basic but highly efficient tutorial on how you can rewrite your project URL by using Htaccess file. Htacess do wonders when it comes to extending the functionality of a project without affecting the internal logic or coding part of your website.
I recently got stuck in a situation where in order to access the API I had to send the post request in JSON format to the server I searched for hours got many hacks but unfortunately, none worked but finally, I got success when I used CURL library to send the JSON request to the server.
We all know that most of the websites have user-friendly search features. Various search features can be implemented to make a site more user compatible, where the user can interact with the whole site easily.Today we will learn to create Autocomplete or Search Suggestion Functionality.in this tutorial we will create a function which will predict a user query or try to compose the right question from our site so that we can easily understand the requirement of the user. The best solution for building the user-friendly search features are with autocomplete or search suggested keywords form the database to get the better response from the server.
We have experienced that the demand of performing operations on the page without reloading it is considerably increasing day by day. Ajax is one such technique for getting records dynamically on the same page without refreshing the entire page. It allows us to update asynchronously by exchanging the data with the server behind the scenes.
As you now the Website Contact form comes on the best priority for any organization as this may lead to establish one to one communication with their target audiences.
Here in the article, where we make you learn about “How to create a simple contact form in the website and applying validation over it using jQuery with PHP”.
We have created a simple HTML form with four fields- User Name, Email id, Contact No, and Message box for the query.
We are here with the fix to the most recent problem we faced while working on a CRM i.e TYPE CASTING Problem.
For those who are not aware what, TYPE CASTING is let us suppose a scenario where you have by mistake or intentionally used a Varchar Data type field for what supposed to be the Integer/Decimal field.
Hello developers, as being a developer everyday we explore our skills with some new tasks,sometimes it becomes hectic to solve a particular problem or sometimes hard tasks get eliminated with minimal effort,but all in all we face various problems and give our best to conquer those problems.
So today in our tutorial we are here with a short and interesting topic or task which anyone of us can face while development of a project, that is Converting a 2 dimensional Array Into a String Using PHP.
Validating a form is a must for proper and correct input of User.Client-side form validation is very useful for validating a form and it makes our web project more user-friendly.We can found many ways to perform client-side validation in HTML form, but jQuery Validation Plugin is the easiest way to validate a form.
Therefore in today’s tutorial Form Validation using jQuery Validation Plugin we are using jQuery Validation Plugin for validating our Html form.It allows us to implement validation instantly.
There are various situations where we use jquery Datepicker to input date in our Html Form.Sometimes it can be a scenario where we need to input date for the fields start and end date (let say we are submitting data for a event which have start and end date).
Now how to validate the second date field according to the input of first ????…. as because the end date is always going to be bigger than the start date .