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In this tutorial we will show how to create images with PHP. Requeriments : GD library must be installed in the server (probably it is installed). Procedure : We will show small pieces of code, and the resulting figures. The code will be explained line by line.
Licensing I've gotten alot of email asking about using this work in various projects and sites. These requests often need me to license my work using one of the myriad of open source licenses. Unfortunately, for the people requesting, I don't like any of these licenses as pretty much all of them require me to allow redistribution, which I'm not ok with. So, to quell any further requests in that vein, let me just say that anybody looking to use my work should check my copyright as everything is clearly laid out in there. In essence, if you want to hire me to implement this work in a project or site or it'll be for a non-commercial project that won't be redistributed, then we can probably work something out.
This article was written in 2002 and remains one of our most popular posts. If you’re keen to learn more about email and webmail, you may find this recent article on Email as a Service of great interest. I wish I could remember the very first email message I ever sent. Unfortunately, the truth is that I’ve come to take email for granted; for instance, I easily send more email messages than I make phone calls. Because the novelty has long since worn off, the memory of that first email is as lost to me as my first phone call; but I doubt my sense of wonder was any less complete at the time. To someone who has never seen email in action before, that first message can be magical.
These Tutorials are currently undergoing signifcant updates. Some sections may not be available These tutorials are designed to support college-level classes in Web development, but they can provide introductions to these topics for anyone interested. All are works in progress and are being expanded as time permits.
XHTML, HTML 5, and CSS Tutorial T his tutorial is designed for a college-level class in Web development. Language elements follow the latest XHTML (eXtensible HyperText Markup Language) standards published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and implemented by modern Web browser software. Extensive coverage of XHTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) provides the language elements needed to compose most types of Web pages with the most common features.
Currently Available eBooks: Learning new things on the web is great, but sometimes you'd like to download all the information and keep it on your own computer. You've asked us many times and we're proud to announce that Tizag's first eBook has been released. PHP is by far our most popular tutorial and at nearly 100 pages it is no small undertaking trying to absorb all that information.
Simple Authorization Script, or SAS, is a php script which password protects web pages without the use of a database. Simple Authorization Script uses php and cookies to password protect web pages. It's simple to install and simple to use. It doesn't require a username, just a password to access the page. Have SAS up and running in 3 simple steps: 1.