In HTML a comment's main purpose is to serve as a note to you, the web developer or to others who may view your website's source code. However, PHP's comments are different in that they will not be displayed to your visitors. The only way to view PHP comments is to open the PHP file for editing. This makes PHP comments only useful to PHP.
From PHP you are able to open up a file on your server and write to it. If the file does not exist we can create it, however, if the file already exists you must chmod it to 777 so it will be writable.
How to Write Contents to a File Using PHP. In this article, we show how to write contents to an existing file that you have in a directory on a server. Say, you have an existing file already in a directory on your server and you want to write something to that file, such as a few lines.Add this below code to commentstatus.php file, before that load connect.php file with require PHP function. In this code, I’m checking if the get super global is set and not empty. Assigning id and status to variables. Then with update sql query, I’m updating status of the comment with id.PHP Create A File Write And Read The Contents Inside Files. Create a file if not exist and write the contents.
Comment numbers. I purposely left out headers in the comments.php file we created later, since I believed they would make for excess code in a learning process that's difficult enough as it is.Read More
In this post we will not discuss simple Comment system in which only single user can submit their comment and nothing but here we have make nested comment system by using PHP code in which if one user has post comment then another user can also reply on that comment and add more review on that comment, and user can reply n level reply.Read More
In this section, we are going to see the PHP code for the comment-add.php and comment-delete.php. On the form submit event the AJAX script is invoked and access comment-add.php. In the comment-add.php file, it receives the username and the message posted by the user.Read More
To write some content to a file, first you have to open that file in writing mode. The code to open a file in writing mode is w, you have already learned about it in previous tutorial. The w opens a file in writing mode and if file doesn't exist inside the current directory, then this mode creates a new file.Let's take an example to understand about writing to a file using PHP.Read More
How to write on a PDF - by converting it back to its original format PDF files are usually exported from another format, such as Word, PPT, Excel. As such, you can always convert these files back their original form so that you can write and edit freely in their native formats.Read More
How to Add a Shortcode in WordPress Theme Files. Shortcodes are meant to be used inside WordPress posts, pages, and widgets. However, sometimes you may want to use a shortcode inside a WordPress theme file. WordPress makes it easy to do that, but you will need to edit your WordPress theme files.Read More
In the early days of PHP applications, “spaghetti code” was a familiar sight. Fragments of PHP code were mixed in with HTML mark-up. There were no frameworks, so Web applications were just a bunch of source files. As the PHP language matured, developers started to think about the cleanliness and maintainability of their code.Read More
The first part of this article talked about reading an XLS file and downloading it using PHP a XLS stream handler. Read this article to learn how to do the opposite, writing an Excel file using Ignatius Teo's XLS stream handler class to write spreadsheet rows as arrays to files.Read More
Comments are not allowed in JSON. Although JSON resembles an object or an array, JSON is a string. A serialized string, which means it can later be parsed and decoded into data types. Using data from JSON with PHP. First, to drill in that JSON is simply a string, we're going to write JSON into a PHP. JSON data into its own .json file.Read More
A PHP file has two modes: PHP mode and HTML mode. By default anything placed in a PHP file will be processed in HTML mode meaning, more or less, that it will be output straight to the browser without being executed. However, many files (such as functions.php) need to actually have code executed to do something useful.Read More