Reading Data in a form: preparing web pages, lesson -1-…

July 28
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will start this tutorial to show you how to read data in a form using PHP. First, you should have a background about HTML, if not try this site to know the basics about HTML.

 

http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp

 

In this tutorial, I will walk with you step by step to understand how that works in a web page. Here is what I am gonna talk about:

 

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How to create wordpress theme from scratch, lesson -13-: the comments template

July 10
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omments template is the last lesson of this tutorial. I will add later some more lessons about wordpress them but they are optional. mostly all blogs allow readers to add comments and in my opinion it is important for both readers and the writer in every blog. Most of the designers use the default theme of wordpress or modify it as they want, I will post my modified comments template from wordpress them. Now, let’s begin…

 

Step *1: create a new php file using any editor and name it comments.php.

Copy this code and past it in it and save.

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How to create wordpress theme from scratch, lesson -12-: split the code part 2

July 1
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ere we come again with part 2 of splitting the code. Today I will talk about archives.php, single.php, page.php and search.php. let’s start….

 

Step *1: create a new php file using any editor, name it achieve.php and save.

Copy everything in your index.php and paste it in archieves.php and save.

 

Now, open the archives.php and replace <?php the_content(); ?>with <?php the_excerpt(); ?> and save.

 

Why did I do that?

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