Multiple File Upload with PHP

Multiple file upload

HTML Markup We need to add a simple html form with input type file and submit property. We also need to give file input type file name with box breaks like files[] and need to add a property named multiple. Here accept is an optional property that used to allow users to upload only image files.

PHP Script This php code handles uploaded files and save to the server.

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bind google places autocomplete on textbox without instantiating a google map

Hello, In this post we will learn how to bind google places into textbox without instantiating google map. lets see how to do..

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PHP code to autocomplete places on textbox

Hello, In this post we will learn how to create autocomplete textbox field with places (Country, City, State) in php. For this purpose we will use google API  and autocomplete script. Code is below…Lets see how to do..

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Difference beetween GET and POST methods in PHP

GET: Parameters remain in browser history because they are part of the URL Can be bookmarked. GET method should not be used when sending passwords or other sensitive information. 7607 character maximum size. Example:

POST: Parameters are not saved in browser history. Can not be bookmarked. POST method used when sending passwords or other sensitive information. 8 Mb max size for the POST method. It is more secure than GET because user-entered information is never visible in the URL query string or in the server logs. Example:…

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Jquery for Datetime Picker


Hello, In this post we will learn jquery script for date time picker at textbox of any project in which we want to use select dateTime option.

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How to create first HTML Page


step-1: First, Open your text editor and create a new text file, then type something like this:

Step-2: After this save the page like: my_page.html Step-3: find the file you just created and open it with your browser (double-click, or drag the file onto the browser’s icon). Now the browser displays the text from the HTML file you created, and the tab shows the title of the page. This should look something like this, depending on your platform and browser:

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