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About webdeveloper93

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  1. webdeveloper93

    Login Form Redirecting to Login Page

    <input type="hidden" value="<?=Mage::getSingleton('core/session')->getFormKey()?>" name="form_key" />
  2. webdeveloper93

    Adding features to a dynamic pagination script

    Well one benefit of a query builder such as codeigniters is that it will escape the data for you using mysqli_escape_string and helps tremendously when building more complex queries . Not to mention the many other classes a good framework consists of such as ... Form validation Pagination Upload Security Etc... Also helpers such as HTML helper Form helper Date helper Array helper etc... And like i said if for any reason you need a different library or helper you can build your own. I guess i just don't see the purpose in building these classes from scratch. Maybe just try one framework out if you ever get the time.
  3. webdeveloper93

    Adding features to a dynamic pagination script

    After 16 years you are still building everything from scratch? Once i moved to Codeigniter I never looked back. It provides you with essential libraries such as the database Query builder. Instead of doing this... <?php $query = mysqli_query($conn,"SELECT * FROM `posts` ORDER BY `id` LIMIT 20"); if($query->num_rows() > 0){ while($row = mysqli_fetch_object($query)): echo $row->title."<br />"; endwhile; } you can do this using the frameworks query builder inside a model... <?php class My_model extends CI_Model { //Get posts public function get_posts() { $query = $this->db->order_by('id','DESC') ->limit(20) ->get('posts'); return $query->result(); } } And then pass the data to the view within the controller. Unless someone is just learning PHP or the project is simply way to small to warrant a framework then idk what reason anyone would choose to write stuff from scratch. You can always add functionality to the framework by building your own libraries,helpers etc... without ever having to touch the core code.
  4. webdeveloper93

    My Micro MVC PHP Framework

    Here is a micro MVC framework i've been working on you can give it a try if you choose or add onto the framework. Here is the github project... https://github.com/webdeveloper73/AlohaPHPFramework
  5. webdeveloper93

    Go to next/previous page using php folder array

    You're referring to something called pagination. There are plenty of php classes that have the functionality to do exactly what you want. A class off the top of my head would be Zebra Pagination https://github.com/stefangabos/Zebra_Pagination
  6. webdeveloper93

    Looking for help on my website

    Really hope your friend doesn't do this as a profession
  7. webdeveloper93

    New site! Let us know what you think.

    Still looking around but so far I love it! great job
  8. webdeveloper93

    I'm back

    Welcome back although I don't ever remember seeing you around the forums before but either way glad to have you back
  9. webdeveloper93

    Will Litespeed really make your website fast?

    Can't say I've ever used litespeed but there are a few things you can do to improve website speed in general. I'll list them below... Use a good VPS they are inherently faster than shared hosting Get rid of plugins you absolutely do not need Take advantage of caching Use a CDN such as cloudflare Those are just a few tips, you can find even more by doing your research online regarding the subject.
  10. Did ben fully step down? or is he still apart of the forum but just in smaller ways ? also I must say I'm glad to see the classifieds section finally go.
  11. webdeveloper93

    Free stock photos

    I edited his links to go to the full sized images
  12. webdeveloper93

    Wix web sites OMG!

    194 JS request is outrageous I never even have more than 5-6 independent JS files if even that. And I only load the JS files on the pages that absolutely need it
  13. If you're going to try to provide any useful info get your terminology right a tag is something that looks like this <img src="..." alt="Something" /> the alt and src are attributes to that tag. Please do better research next time