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A very easy unique hit counter, have it on your site in as little as five minutes.
Usage of sessions is sortly explained by using two examples
You may need to set cookies to remember certain information such as users, if they have visited or not, etc. etc.
Sessions can store user information, heres how to use them
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is a stateless protocol. To say it in a simple way: A client (web browser) connects to a web server.
Learn about cookies and where and how to use them
The article outlines 2 solutions for removing the appending of the session id to the the url.
Basics of sessions is described, and two examples are used to ilustrate it: Showing number of times we have visit a page during a session.
A collection of 23 tips on understanding and managing cookies in PHP.
A collection of 19 tips on understanding and using sessions in PHP.
In this tutorial we will discuss how sessions are managed, Introduce cookies, configure PHP session management library, PHP session management
One of the most powerful tools available to the web developer are http cookies. This short article will help you understand cookies.
Sessions are basically cookies with a fallback, they end when you close you are browser.
Today you will learn how to store data in cookies.
In this tutorial I will show you how to work with sessions in PHP. You will learn how to transfer information over multiple pages.
A quick way to see how many people are browsing your site for php enabled web sites.
Learn how to make php counter using mysql database and cookies.
This tutorial will explain and demonstrate how to use the ITX templating system from the PEAR collection of useful classes for PHP.
This tutorial explains how to identify IE4+ or NS4+ on a windows 32 bit platform
This example shows how you can create a remotely hosted script that will display links on a site.
This tutorial will teach you have to make your site have the option to allow the users to choose the look and feel of the site using PHP
Throughout two separate parts in this series, the author demonstrates step by step the fundamental principles of PHP in an original real-world .