Sometimes, you don't want to send the information to an email address. …It can be unreliable and it's not easy to aggregate the data. …In that case, it's better to push the information to a database. …Most servers come with some implementation of the popular My SQL database. …And it's pretty easy to use since the commands are fairly readable. …This isn't designed to be a full database course. …We'll just be talking about form implementation. …So for more information, make sure you check out PHP with my SQL Essential …Training, and for more SQL information, check out My SQL Essential Training.…
So, we've got a do a little bit of set-up. …You're going to need to get credentials that give you access to the database. …That usually involves creating the database, which you can do either through …SSH or your host control panel. There's a lot of different control …panels, and how you get to this varies from server to server. …So I'm going to assume you already created a database. …If you want to learn how to do that in some popular control panels, like C …
- Understanding forms
- Adding required fields and placeholders
- Accepting multiple entries
- Limiting uploads
- Handling focus changes
- Validating with regular expressions
- Working with older browsers
- Building jQuery validation
- Using server-side validation
- Sanitizing form input
- Uploading files
- Sending form data to a database
Skill Level Intermediate
Managing and Analyzing Data in Excel 2010with Dennis Taylor1h 32m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Validating with HTML5
4. jQuery Form Validation
Understanding jQuery3m 47s
5. Working with PHP
6. Processing Form Data
Next steps1m 17s
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