4. E – Commerce Website Tutorial – PHP MySQL Inventory Management

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www.developphp.com In this 4th video we will create the Inventory management page in the Admin area. List all inventory and make a form and parser for adding new inventory items. The E – Commerce Web Site we will be assembling is one in which all of the inventory is in a MySQL database and we offer a custom PHP cart for a unique shopping experience. It is a site that handles sales, customers, and inventory.
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25 Responses to “4. E – Commerce Website Tutorial – PHP MySQL Inventory Management”

  1. misserio Says:

    What if i want to add 2 or 3 other categories with there subcategory ???
    Plz some one can write the html code for me this is important

  2. xkriswithakx Says:

    MORE INFO FOR GODADDY USERS:

    if you are also getting the “no input file specified” error but still seeing the file being renamed and placed into the correct “images” directory, you need to add a line into your php5 file. I can’t include the line because Stupid Youtube thinks it’s some sort of hyperlink and blocks it form being posted.

    cgi fix pathinfo = 1

    just put a period between cgi and fix, and a underscore between fix and pathinfo

    Recycle your app pool and you’re good to go.

  3. xkriswithakx Says:

    TO ALL GODADDY USERS THAT ARE HAVING PROBLEMS UPLOADING IMAGES:
    You do indeed need to create a new php5.ini file. you need to define the max file size and stuff there.

    BUT with godaddy you need to change the permissions for the image directory you are dumping to! by defult they are read only, go into file manager and give write permissions for web apps!

  4. ShopperPress Says:

    Cool video. That having been said, if you would like to create professional looking stores on the net, see our-channel now!

  5. pagyutioper Says:

    thank you for this tutorial, you are great! n very smart, good way to get views to your site…..good job man!

  6. bendyamin86 Says:

    @psychojack77 Yup, i kinda got that already. But thanks for the concern man. U r awesome!

  7. psychojack77 Says:

    @bendyamin86 if you want a logout button just use
    $session_start();
    $session_destroy();
    just make a link to a php file called logout or whatever then put a link back to whatever page you want it to go to at the bottom and problem solved xD

  8. psychojack77 Says:

    if you having trouble with the uploading and are using a linux web server (may apply to windows too) remember to change the upload_max_filesize, post_max_size and memory_limit in the php ini file because the default is set to something like 1mb, whenever i have had problems with uploading or have seen someone with uploading problems its usually because of this.

  9. Spectre887 Says:

    Can someone help me, I got an error when I submit my form. The error: 404 (Page Not Found) Error. Pls I really need help on this one. Thanks in advance.

  10. tomtheallrighty Says:

    @davidjunior2000 I have exactly the same issue, I decided he must mean the fact that he showed how to make A form rather than THIS form.

  11. bendyamin86 Says:

    Ok i got this working… but…
    THERE’S NO LOG OUT BUTTON!

  12. bendyamin86 Says:

    @gogira i’m having the same problem. it won’t upload coz it doesn’t detect the folder. i’m stuck here.

  13. davidjunior2000 Says:

    i dont know if im just being thick but i cant find the making of the form in tutorial 3 i havewatched it 5 times but im not seeing it ps help

  14. EyesTheSouth Says:

    @WillMaynard77 dont worry i googled it Cheers for the heads up though

  15. EyesTheSouth Says:

    @WillMaynard77 can you tell me how to do this, this is what I’m currently having trouble with, goDaddy is full of unnecessary shit

  16. WillMaynard77 Says:

    Ok I just want to add that if you are using godaddy you need to set the permissions so the file will be uploaded, Found this out the hard way.

  17. WillMaynard77 Says:

    I dont under stand how to get the form to work properly with javascript can anyone help me?

  18. keeslam123 Says:

    how can you put multiple pictures into a product??

  19. gogira Says:

    @elvisniperx the problem was my web server… i tried it all out using xampp and it s working well

  20. elvisniperx Says:

    @gogira i’m sorry for the late reply. yes i’m referring to that. that is my only problem. i’ll message you the code.

  21. gogira Says:

    @elvisniperx i have this in my code :

    enctype=”multipart/form-data” name=”myForm” id=”myform” method=”post”>

    were you referring to this ?

  22. vlaxionel Says:

    mysql_num_rows() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given in admin_login.php on line 17

    $existCount = mysql_num_rows($sql);
    if($existCount == 1){
    while($row = mysql_fetch_array($sql)){
    $id = $row[“id”];
    }
    $_SESSION[“id”] = $id;
    $_SESSION[“manager”] = $manager;
    $_SESSION[“password”] = $password;
    header(“location: index.php”);
    exit();

    can u help me? pls ;_;

  23. gogira Says:

    @elvisniperx i thought that the code is right :). sorry but i dind`t understand , what did you forget to type ?
    i would appreciate if you could tell me more explicitly , because i have to finish this project – store – web site in 2 days , and i can`t figure out what s causing that error.
    thanks.

  24. elvisniperx Says:

    @gogira i have solved it. it’s in my form, i forgot to type in multipart/form-data in enctype. there’s no problem in adam’s codes.

  25. gogira Says:

    @elvisniperx having the same issue , have you solved it ?

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