Learn how to use the PEAR HTML_Template_IT Package to create a templating system for your website using PHP and HTML. After this tutorial you should be able to have a strong inital grasp on creating templates using PEAR and the HTML_Template_IT package. This is great for creating template files (.tpl files) and making your website more easily editable. It also helps organize your website when it gets big with lots of PHP files and you can change certain aspects of your site easily as well.
Create a vertical pulldown script that displays navigational headers and when you click on a header new links appear underneath it, this effect works both in Firefox and Internet Explorer.
We will be doing all of our code in just 1 file to make this easier, later on you can split it all up into different files for your applications but for the ease of this tutorial everything will be in the same file.
This is a great effect for websites that have limited room and want to clean up there navigation a bit. It also provides visitors to your website the choice to display certain links or not, if there are links they do not want to see they can just hide them.
Learn how to create and use sticky forms, which saves data that has been entered into a form, so a user does not have to re-type out the information if there is an error.
In this tutorial I will take you from the basics of HTML and PHP, so you do not need any knowledge of either language to learn how to make stick forms!
The basic principal to sticky forms is that you are just taking the data sent by the form (Using a POST or GET method) and then just setting that data as the value for the input. If this explanation confuses you, read on as I explain it all in great detail!
Well enough jibber-jabber, let’s get started.