PHP Tutorials: Dynamic Pages (Part 3/3)

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Load files into a content area dynamically using $ _GET (eg index.php?p=contactus) WEBSITE phpacademy.org FORUM http TWITTER twitter.com FACEBOOK www.facebook.com
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18 Responses to “PHP Tutorials: Dynamic Pages (Part 3/3)”

  1. TheOneTemor Says:

    @TechStudiosPC Angry, angry kid.

  2. TechStudiosPC Says:

    @TheOneTemor counter strike is shit and you cant stop me from watching PHP tuts cunt

  3. TheOneTemor Says:

    @TechStudiosPC you should probably not be watching PHP-tutorials if you hate typing… Play Counter-strike instead.

  4. inso99 Says:

    What if I need to call a php file in my scripts folder? Is it impossible to call scripts with this design?

  5. Themetalliboy Says:

    Please answer on what gilramirez12 said, “At the end, you talked about issues with search engine optimization when using this method. Can you please create a video showing us how to work around that issue?” or have you already made one?

    And otherwise a perfect tutorial!

  6. iRsAllNight Says:

    I don’t think this is dynamic, seeing as your just keep reloading the index just with new content.

    If i’m wrong, please correct me.

  7. MrVethe2 Says:

    thank for share…

  8. TechStudiosPC Says:

    Plz anyone give me the code hate typing 🙁 plz PM me someone with the code plzzzzzzzzzzz =(

  9. Whisperingonthewind Says:

    This is great set of tutorials Alex, and so easy to follow. I am going to start working on an Amin back end area to update these pages, I may need some more tutorials for that but hear goes in the meantime.

  10. navgamingtk Says:

    @leemcneil1996 Well obviously you would validate the users input. One of the key rules of web development is never trust the user, you would be a fool if you did. All i was stating is that using file_exist would be much simpler than scanning a directory, putting the return in to an array. Then checking to see if the user input is within that array.

  11. ArmadylChaos Says:

    hey Alex! Can you tell me whats the difference of your previous dynamic pages tutorial and this one? I learned the previous one and works very good so which one you would recommend? Thanks and btw very nice tutorial keep going!

  12. DeVon898989 Says:

    @leemcneil1996 if $files == ‘.htaccess’ { echo “Access Denied”; } something that simple would help

  13. innograp Says:

    Thank you so much alex, u r great. now i understand.

  14. gilramirez12 Says:

    Great video! At the end, you talked about issues with search engine optimization when using this method. Can you please create a video showing us how to work around that issue?

  15. C3L3B3R Says:

    Great way for beginners to start with PHP, i learned alot of the old versions of these series.

  16. leemcneil1996 Says:

    @navgamingtk File_exists() has some security issues what can cause it to return true to files in directorys what you dont want it too.

  17. navgamingtk Says:

    Is there any particular reason why you could not just use file_exists()? Then it is just a simple boolean without having to load everything in to an array.

  18. MasteRko0 Says:

    😉

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