In this challenge assignment, you are asked to modify the navigation so that only pages for the current subject are shown. Clicking on a subject will shows its related pages and also show the content for the first page by default.
We're going to be doing this just using PHP and HTML.…So, the way it's going to work is that each subject name…is going to be a link.…In fact, it already is.…And clicking on one of those links is going to show…the pages that are underneath that subject.…Any other subjects that are not being shown…would not show their pages.…That also means that if no subject is selected,…such as were on the homepage,…
- Creating a content management system
- Building dynamic content navigation
- Using context and function options for conditional behavior
- Hiding content from the public view
- Insecure direct object reference
- Allowing HTML in dynamic content
- Previewing content in the public context
- Working with cookies and sessions
- Storing status messages in the session
- Secure user authentication (login/logout)
- Regulating page access
- Nesting related resources
- Managing an ordered list automatically
Skill Level Beginner
PHP with MySQL Beyond the Basicswith Kevin Skoglund10h 26m Intermediate
MVC Frameworks for Building PHP Web Applicationswith Drew Falkman2h 57m Intermediate
1. Create a Content Management System
2. Build Dynamic Content Navigation
3. Use Context and Options
4. Cookies and Sessions
5. Regulate Page Access
6. Nesting Related Resources
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