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Validating Email Addresses

Validating email addresses is one of those annoying little tasks that long-time PHP developers will need to deal with again and again. Well, maybe. I've spent the last year and a half with only one email checker request, something that makes me very grateful that I get to work on a single large…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted May 27, 2015
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Abstract Form Handling

I've already gone over some basic form handling and form best practices with my last few posts, but building with an object-orientated MVC starts to throw forms into a different light. It's very easy to abstract out forms with their repetitive logic patterns, something that I've recently done on one…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted January 7, 2011
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Best Practices with Forms

The last post about PHP form handling (forms with php) focused on the basics - the HTML syntax and simple PHP necessary for an operating form. There were several pieces that I glossed over in the explanation for the setup of that form that I want to go over in more detail now. You can create a form…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted January 4, 2011
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Basic Forms with PHP

HTML forms are a great way to collect information directly from your users. There are plenty of input options available, even for the most basic, non-javascript enhanced forms. This post will go over the steps for creating, validating, and handling an elementary contact form with PHP and…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted December 27, 2010
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