There are so many ways to back up your MySQL databases (and tables) and all of them work just as well… until the database (DB) tables get really big.
How to insert records of data into more than 1 database table in MySQL at a time? When I first started coding PHP scripts for myself, without researching further, I simply assumed that I had to
INSERT data into multiple tables by inserting part of the data into 1 table, query that table to get that just inserted data’s record ID and then do another
INSERT on the next table and so on.
Creating a multidimensional array is quite simple as long as you get over the initial confusion learning to create or work with one.
One thing I often asked myself, when I first started programming in PHP, was
How do I create a MySQL database table with PHP? Of course, I have come a long way since then, and creating a MySQL table from within a PHP script is no longer a mystery to me.
I have to admit that I had quite some trouble figuring out how I could get MySQL to return some random rows in a query. It was something I had to figure out for myself when I wanted to get a list of random web sites off GIDTopsites to place on these pages here.
Is parsing PHP in web pages that end in .html or .htm possible? Absolutely!
I bet [Hacking Hotmail passwords] is one of the top search phrases on popular Search Engines.
In my never-ending quest to get my web pages to load super-fast I chanced upon
ob_gzhandler() one day while researching the uses of
ob_start() in PHP.