Category: PHP

PHP next() Function

The next() function is used to advance the internal array pointer. next() behaves like current(), with one difference. It advances the internal array pointer one place forward before returning the element value. Returns the value of the next element in the array on success, or FALSE if there are no more elements Parameter Description array […]

How to create login authentication in Codeigniter

This tutorial lays a strong foundation that will help you implement a better and stronger authentication system that will make it difficult for attackers to gain unauthorized entry. The tutorial starts with the theory followed by the implementation. If you are already familiar with the theoretical aspect and authentication best practices then you can skip […]

How to Simple and Best Pagination using PHP and MySQL

Pagination is useful to show large data records into chunks of data.  Its very easy to apply pagination. Its very basic tutorial to teach you how to apply pagination. So you have to give start point and a limit. “Select * from table Limit {starting Point}, Limit”. You may also like How to Ajax Pagination in PHP, How to Ajax Pagination in […]

How to Login System using PHP with MYSQL database

This is a simple login script using php and mysql. In this script, a form will be displayed with two fields, email and password. When user is submitting with valid email and password, then he can access authenticated page. First we will connect to the database. Since we already have our table created “iosr_user_detail”. HTML […]

PHP current() Function

The current() function is used to fetch the value of the current element in an array. Every array has an internal pointer to its “current” element, which is initialized to the first element inserted into the array. Tip: This function does not move the arrays internal pointer. Parameter Description array Required. Specifies the array to […]

PHP array_product() Function

t returns the product of values in an array as an integer or float. The array_product() function calculates and returns the product of an array. As of PHP 5.3.6, the product of an empty array is 1. Before PHP 5.3.6, this function would return 0 for an empty array. Parameter Description array Required. Specifies an […]

PHP explode() Function

The explode() function breaks a string into an array. Note: The “separator” parameter cannot be an empty string. The explode() function space string into an array. The explode() function comma separated a string into an array. Output Another Example Output