Once your navigation is working in MySQL, you will have an ID for the current subject of the current page, and will be able to add CRUD to the app. CRUD stands for Create, Read, Update, and Delete, and in order to add it to the application, you will need to access the appropriate content. This online video walks you through the process of finding a subject in the database in order to read it.
Now that we have a working navigation for our staff area, which sends an ID for the …current subject of the current page. We're ready to use that ID to pull up the …content that corresponds to it. Now, this is our first step in adding …CRUD to our application. It's the read, in create, read, update …and delete. So we're still going to be working with …our manage content.php page. Essentially what we want to do is right …here in this manage content area. We want to display the subject if the …subject is selected, or the page, if the page is selected.…
We just want to read back that data. So let's first of all, let's just put in …a little PHP here. And let's just do a real quick, PHP if …Let's check and see if the selected subject ID has been set. …Then we know that we're going to display a subject. …Alright. And let me just make another PHP block here. …So that will go like this. Else.…
If we have a deleted page id then we'll know that we are working with a page. …Otherwise we'll know that we don't have either one, nothing has been selected... …
- What is PHP?
- Installing and configuring PHP and MySQL
- Exploring data types
- Controlling code with logical expressions and loops
- Using PHP's built-in functions
- Writing custom functions
- Building dynamic webpages
- Working with forms and form data
- Using cookies and sessions to store data
- Connecting to MySQL with PHP
- Creating and editing database records
- Building a content management system
- Adding user authentication
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was revised on 6/4/2013. What changed?
A: The old version of this course was 6 years old and it was time for a complete revision, using PHP 5.4. (The tutorials will work with any version of PHP and covers any differences you might encounter). The author has also added updated installation instructions for Mac OS X Mountain Lion and Windows 8. The topics and end project are the same, but the code is slightly different. It also addresses frequently asked questions from the previous version.
Q: This course was updated on 5/20/2015. What changed?
A: We added one movie called "Changing the document root in Yosemite," which helps the Mac installation run more smoothly.
PHP with MySQL Beyond the Basicswith Kevin Skoglund10h 26m Intermediate
Ajax with PHP: Add Dynamic Content to Websiteswith Kevin Skoglund3h 37m Intermediate
1. PHP Overview
2. Mac Installation
3. Windows Installation
4. First Steps
5. Exploring Data Types
6. Control Structures: Logical Expressions
7. Control Structures: Loops
8. User-Defined Functions
10. Building Web Pages with PHP
11. Working with Forms and Form Data
12. Working with Cookies and Sessions
13. MySQL Basics
14. Using PHP to Access MySQL
15. Building a Content Management System (CMS)
16. Using Site Navigation to Choose Content
17. Application CRUD
18. Building the Public Area
19. Regulating Page Access
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