Tag: php

Using .htaccess to Make URL SEO Friendly

Everyone wants to rank their site on the first page of search engine results. There are many factors which influence search engine rankings, and one of them is human readable URLs or SEO friendly URLs. A SEO friendly URL must reflect the content of the site or blog. To know more about SEO friendly URLs,…

Joomla World Conference celebrates 10 years of Joomla Nov 6th-8th

The PHP/MySQL CMS Joomla has been around for a very long time. In fact, 2015 is the ten year anniversary of this well-respected Content Management System. A large annual gathering known as Joomla World Conference will be held this year in Bangalore, India. The 2015 conference will run for three days from November 6th-8th and…

Flarum: A New Open Source PHP/MySQL Forum CMS

A few decades ago the prominent forums were run on top of vBulletin or Invision Power Board. These systems are still around today but they’re fairly clunky and cost a lot of money. Flarum is a completely free alternative to PHP/MySQL forums. It’s meant to be a continuance to phpBB which is another type of…

Build a Flat-File Website with Grav CMS

Most PHP CMS’ on the market run a traditional database engine – commonly MySQL. But in recent years PHP developers have been mixing it up to move around towards different paths, one of which is a flat file database system. Grav CMS is one such example. Grav is completely open source and runs on top…

Phalcon is a PHP Framework with C Extensions

Phalcon PHP is a high-performance PHP framework that’s both open source and highly-customizable. It runs on PHP with the ability to also tie into C extensions. If you’re a PHP developer this may already sound confusing. But in truth Phalcon is meant to be quick and simple – the framework can tie into classes &…

November 14th hosts Madison PHP Conference in Wisconsin

PHP developers around the world tend to enjoy their meetups and conferences. There are dozens of events focused on various frameworks like Laravel, CMS’s like WordPress, and of course some traditional PHP work. Madison PHP Conference is a one-day event taking place on November 14th in Madison, WI. The 2015 event is scheduled to have…

Laracasts hosts the best Laravel PHP Screencasts

PHP developers already know the tremendous hurdle it takes to get into writing code. Beginners who only understand HTML/CSS will have an uphill battle – yet somewhere along the way it all starts to “click” and the process becomes so much more enjoyable. But how do you deal with that initial hike up the mountain?…

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