Category: Tutorial

Selecting database using alternative methods in PHP

Most of the time we use mysql_select_db() to select a mysql database, the syntax is mysql_select_db( db_name, connection ); The above syntax results a boolean value, i.e. either true (1) or false(0). Alternatively, you can use MySQL command: USE database_name Let me show you how to use it with PHP. You can implement the above

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Making PHP login more secure with some tweaks in MD5 hashing

There are several methods to make your login script secure. The most crucial step for that is obviously to escape strings using real_escape_string() function that varies from the PHP version. This will get you rid of some common SQL injection attacks via form or address bar. Another thing you must make secure is the user password.

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Designing a webpage using Adobe Fireworks CS3

The mock ups are the prototype models for a web page to be designed. This can be very useful in order to verify whether the mock up satisfies the client’s needs and if the changes are required, then it will be implemented in the original web page design. The webpage mock ups are designed by

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Create Realistic Clouds Using any version of Photoshop

Cloud has the most irregular shape than any other floating bodies over the Earth. Because it is irregular shaped, it’s easy to create clouds that looks realistic in Computer Graphics. Today, we’ll guide you some simple steps to create a realistic looking clouds. Creating clouds does not require any latest version of Photoshop. We’ll only

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10 Most popular articles in HackTweak

Most of the older blog posts remains hidden in HackTweak. However, there are several posts that are always active and gains most hits. This time those 10 posts will be exaggerated in this post. How to Hack Computer Using IP Address: This post contains a basic tutorial to hack and acess remote computer or server using Telnet method. How to

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Accessing Hotmail/Yahoo or any other mail from Gmail Account

This tutorial might be very useful if you are a traveler and have more than one account in different domain servers. Signing out and signing in again consumes your valuable time. However, you may have the habit of collecting all the mails from different servers at one place using Outlook Express, Mozilla Thunderbird, or other

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