Take an image, and put a water mark on top of it.
Check a date range to see if it overlaps another saved date range.
This function will take an array, and either display the: mean, median, mode, or range of the array.
Example of how to use crypt() to store passwords securely in a database.
This script will be used to mail someone from your code
This is your basic CAPTCHA that you can find on many web sites to HELP stop robots.
Is your server in some other timezone, and date functions display the date in another time? use this code to change that, to any timezone you would like.
A hitcounter with images: [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/0.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/1.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/2.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/3.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/4.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/5.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/6.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/7.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/8.bmp[/IMG] [IMG]http://ionut.net63.net/IMG/9.bmp[/IMG] Copy all in a folder called IMG and put the folder in the same directory as the script you also need to create a file called "counter.txt" and put it into the same directori with the script (NOT in IMG)
If you need an Email Validator Function, consider this version that includes also the check against common temporary mail services which should be blocked, since their emails work only for some minutes.
Displays how long ago something happened, such as when something was posted. "1 day ago", "2 months ago", etc.
This script helps you download files in PHP, capable of downloading files in MB and GBs. This script is already elaborate and should work without problems. If you come across problems, don't forget to post issues in comments so that we could further improve the script. All useless headers and incorrect codes have already been removed. For massively large file downloads, you may always follow the best way: X-Sendfile. Check out more here: https://tn123.org/mod_xsendfile/
Basic tutorial of how AJAX works.
Put your site into "maintenance mode" without disrupting form posts.
This will check an email, to see if it is in a valid format.
Searh a database, and sort the results using page numbering to split up the data.
This demonstrates how to generate a random password, for things such as new member registration, or password resets.
Allows you to easily keep track of a series of items as either odd or even. Each time you check (using the "which" method) the counter increments so that the next time you check the state will have changed. This is the perfect class for using when you're outputting an HTML table and want to use different classes to differentiate between odd and even rows. Simply create a new instance and call OddEven->which() for each row!
Get all possible combinations of a number, multiplying all its prime factors
Need a drop down menu that shows 100 years into the past? this will do it for you, its good for registration forms for birthdays.