Here, you'll find chunks of PHP, MySQL, HTML, JavaScript, and Ajax code that we've put together while working through various projects. Hopefully they'll help you out in your coding adventures too. Displaying posts 1 through 10 of 74:

Load a Variable File Based on Query String with jQuery and Ajax

Ajax | JavaScript | jQuery
This example will show you how to include files based on query string parameters using only client-side scripts. » View Post

CSV to MySQL Queries PHP Function

This function lets you take giant CSV files that are too big for phpMyAdmin and break them up into a manageable size so that they can be processed. » View Post

Log in to MySQL via SSH

Linux | MySQL
How to access your MySQL database from the command line if you're using a shared host. » View Post

Increase phpMyAdmin Upload Size

Detailed steps showing how to modify php.ini so that you can upload bigger files into MySQL through phpMyAdmin. » View Post

Build a Spinning Wheel Loading Screen

This guide shows you how to implement a JavaScript loading spinner. No images required! » View Post

Spell Out Numbers PHP Function

This PHP function takes numbers (like 11) and turns them into words (like eleven). It handles thousands, millions, billions, and even trillions. » View Post

Fade Out & In Between Pages

CSS | HTML | JavaScript | jQuery | TweenMax
This guide will show you how to transition between pages (either the full page or just a section) with animation while changing the URL. » View Post

Autocomplete Example

Ajax | Helpers | jQuery | PHP
This will show you how to use the autocomplete function from our forms helper class. » View Post

TSV File to PHP Array

This function lets you take a tab separated text file (or comma separated, pipe separated, etc.) and convert it into a PHP array with just one line of code. Huge time saver. » View Post

Import MySQL Queries from a File Too Big for phpMyAdmin

This PHP script will process queries exported by phpMyAdmin (or any other source) from a file that exceeds your maximum file upload size. » View Post