Building a PHP Contact form with Captcha from scratch

Web projects are divided into back-end and front-end work, so web designers don’t have to worry about the “scary” programming, but what about simple presentational websites, where web designers can single-handedly work on, but inevitably get stuck on the contact page.
At that point, most either ask a PHP programmer to do the contact form’s PHP processing or implement an open source contact form somewhere from the web.

But! What if we learn how to actually create one from scratch, eh?
Not only it would help you easily manage smaller projects, but also have a better understanding how PHP form … Read article

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Taking advantage of web languages basics

I’ve been asked a lot of times “Based on what skills is a web developer defined?”. That’s pretty hard to answer, a web developer is usually seen as someone who can deal with a project’s both front-end and back-end work, that obviously insinuating the developer’s skills in both design and programming, but when questioning what languages should one know specifically, there’s no official answer. As an example though, when companies are looking to hire a web developer, they’re usually expecting skills in: (x)HTML / CSS / JavaScript / jQuery / PHP / MySQL, either just a few from those or … Read article

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