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Cron Jobs & SSH Using PHP 5.3 on HostGator’s Shared Hosting

A quick tutorial explaining how to enable PHP 5.3 for your HostGator shared hosting. In this article, we cover both steps needed to ensure all of your scripts will run using PHP 5.3.

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How to Activate PHP 5.3 on HostGator and GoDaddy

More and more applications are starting to require PHP 5.3, even as most websites have yet to upgrade from PHP 5.2. With this quick tutorial, learn how to enable PHP 5.3 on your HostGator or GoDaddy hosted website by adding one or two lines to your .htaccess file.

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PHP/MySQL GUIs: Lightweight phpMyAdmin Alternatives

If you don’t have access to phpMyAdmin or do not want to install such a bloated application, there are alternatives. Here are three recommended web-based tools that are lightweight phpMyAdmin replacements.

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Smarty Templates: How To Create Custom Functions

The popular Smarty Template Engine is full of great features, but is not the most intuitive system for developers to learn to use. And it doesn’t help that the documentation is a bit scanty. So here is the simplest and most complete tutorial you will find on writing a custom function for your Smarty templates.

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Add PHP Code To Your phpBB Forum Templates

Editing a phpBB template can be rather exasperating because you don’t have freedom to add dynamic code. In fact, if you do add php code to your template, you will find that it won’t be recognized. So what do you do?

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PHP Code Snippet: Automatically Updating Copyright Date

The New Year is right around the corner, which means that you will need to update the copyright date in the footer of your website. Here is a code snippet that you can add to avoid updating the date ever again.

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How To Write A PHP Contact Form

Contact forms are a great addition to any website. Read our contact form tutorial and download a complete code sample. This form works out-of-the-box and even verifies that visitors have entered valid email addresses. Download it now, for free!

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How To Parse HTML Files As PHP

There are many reasons to parse HTML files as PHP. Some webmasters do it because they are converting an old static website into a dynamic website and don’t want to lose pagerank. Other websites do it because search engines favor web pages with .html endings. Still others do it for security reasons.

Fortunately, parsing HTML files as PHP easily accomplished on Linux Apache via the use of an htaccess file.

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