Here’s a tutorial video and script you can use to search a MySQL database using PHP: Get the source code as a supporting listener on Patreon. If you get value from this code snippet, please consider sharing it with another developer or group who could benefit from it.
Why won’t my form data insert properly into my MySQL database? Here’s the most common reasons why: Get the updated source code for this video here. Not connecting to MySQL properly Not matching form fields to database columns properly Issues Connecting to MySQL When you run into connection issues, you’ll usually see an error that will say there was a problem connecting to the database. More often than not, it’s simply a typo in your database name, username, or password. Make sure to triple-check that information. Also, keep in mind if you’re using source code I’ve provide you’ll need to
How can I validate an email address (by domain) using PHP? Here’s how: Here’s the class that does all the heavy lifting and an example page for including and using the class: These are the exact steps for using this: Include/require class-validate-email.php into your application or web page. Instantiate a new instance of the validate_email class. Pass the email address to the validate_email::validate_by_domain() method. If you get value from this code snippet, please consider sharing it with another developer or group who could benefit from it.
I tend to get a lot of questions around checkbox handling when submitting forms to PHP. Here’s a simple snippet to illustrate how it works: A couple things to pay attention to here… 1. Notice the input names. They follow this pattern name[key]. The name is really the name of the “group” of checkboxes. The key is the name of that individual checkbox. This is how you know which checkboxes were checked and which weren’t. When submitted, this form will only include the checkboxes that ARE checked. 2. Notice the created array. When this form is submitted the output will
The simple secrets to high-paying freelance clients
What makes clients willing to pay $5,000, $10,000 even $20,000 and up for your services? Download and install my mobile app and I’ll show you. It’s free. Just click the button below:
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
John has a habit of over-delivering on the expectations he sets up. That’s why he’s the best.
John is amazing at building membership sites. He converted one of my sites over from it’s existing (hardly working) platform over to the clean and simple to use WishList membership platform. I highly recommend using John and WishList for any of your membership site needs.
John is a man of integrity, who gives generously of himself to projects and people he cares about.
John did an outstanding job on my project. I highly recommend him and look forward to working with him on future projects.
Very professional worker who is extremely knowledgable in WordPress and Wishlist Member. I would definitely hire again.
John has a relaxed and engaging manner. His advice is solid and the explanations are well thought out.
I recommend John every chance I get. If every person I worked with were as committed to excellence, punctuality, value, and unquestionable integrity… the world would be a better place. Highest recommendation.
John is top-notch and a great guy to work with.
John really delivers!
John has provided expert knowledge and advice on multiple occasions that have helped me better serve my clients. John is a Rockstar!
John has a particular knack for the development and training of others.
On the Freelancing on Upwork course: “This is by far the best course i have watched on Skillshare!! Thank you so much.”
Not only is John a very talented programmer and developer, he is also an excellent communicator. He has a talent for taking complex subjects and communicating them in terms that anyone can understand. This is a rare combination. This ability has enabled me to take my skills and knowledge to the next level. Thank you John for for all that you do.
John is a fantastic and patient tutor, who is not just able to share knowledge and communicate it very effectively – but able to support one in applying it. However, I believe that John has a very rare ability to go further than just imparting knowledge and showing one how to apply it. He is able to innately provoke one’s curiosity when explaining and demonstrating concepts, to the extent that one can explore and unravel their own learning journey. Thanks very much John!