Database Programming with mySQL and PHP
This tutorial is mainly intend to the audience who already has a little background on databases and want to do database programming in mySQL and PHP. If you are in a real hurry I suppose you can rush to the summery straight away.
Resize Images more than once with Smart Image Processor extension
Resize Image more than Once Using Smart Image Processor Extension
Installing PHP as CGI binary (on Windows Platform)
This is a set of Instruction rather than a tutorial, for those who want to get the PHP up and running as soon as possible. I'll be looking forward to discuss more PHP with you in the future. So this could be a good starting point.
Configuring Apache 2 and PHP 4 for Windows
This tutorial is designed to help you set up a server environment for using PHP with Dreamweaver on a Windows platform. The tutorial recommends using the Apache Web Server, Windows Installer Version, and zipped source code for PHP.
Inserting Data into Multiple Rows of Database
This is in response to a user that is "looking for a tutorial on inserting data from a UD4 form into multiple rows of a SQL Server database table."
JS Random Images Script
A random image helps keep your page looking fresh for returning users instead of the same static image everytime.  The following is the code used to create a random images on a website everytime the page is refreshed. This is an exmple of JS code that you WOULD put between the HEAD tags. The <body> JS code (where you want to call the action) goes right where you want the images to appear.  It's really easy. You can use as many images as you want (in mine you can see I chose 6).  A link to the working model of this code is at: http://www.jdotnet.net/Creations.  All you need to do is keep refreshing the page and you'll see the images in the header change out each time.  Hope this helps some of you and have fun programming!
Copy and compact Access DB

For those of you that use MS Access to provide dynamic content on your websites (or your customer's websites), have you ever had to make a quick change to your database?  What do you usually do?  Ftp the database to your desktop change it then upload it back ... right?  What if you database is several megs in size?  What if you have a steady stream of visitors?  I will show you a couple of scripts that will allow you to copy your live DB to a backup so that you can download the backup and a script that will copy your backup DB to Live.

Here is an usefull script to copy and compact your Access DB

Pure ASP Upload Tutorials
To give you more inside knowledge of the working of the Pure ASP Upload, here you can read all the available online tutorials!
Pure ASP.NET Upload Tutorials
To give you more inside knowledge of the working of the Pure ASP.NET Upload, here you can read all the available online tutorials!
Smart Image Processor ASP.NET
To give you more inside knowledge of the working of the Smart Image Processor ASP.NET, here you can read all the available online tutorials!
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