PHP Shopping Cart Tutorial – Step By Step Guide!


Previously, we learned how to create, read, update and delete database records on our PHP OOP CRUD tutorial. Today, we will put that knowledge to work by building a simple PHP shopping cart application.


How To Display Twitter Feed on Website Using PHP?

Before we start coding, you might be someone NOT interested in coding. If that’s the case, you should use a website plugin like SociableKIT. Watch the following video.

Need to embed a Twitter hashtag feed on your website? Watch this tutorial.

What’s next? You can try SociableKIT now, view a live demo here and here or continue with the code tutorial below.

Let’s code!

Do you actively use Twitter for your brand or products? Does your client use it?

If you use it for your brands or products and you have your own website, it will be a great feature if you can display your twitter feed or posts on your website.

I know, you can embed your Twitter feed using the Twitter widget, but you cannot customize the look and feel.

It looks like the default Twitter interface.

Don’t get me wrong, it looks good! But sometimes, our design scheme or our clients have a different requirement, they want the Twitter feed to look different.

The good news is, our code for today is a way to do it!


Changelog: Facebook Videos Script


This blog post is a “changelog†of our Facebook Videos Script found in this page:

How To Display Facebook VIDEOS On Your Website

We think that a source code changelog looks better on a webpage than on a text file. One main reason is the syntax highlighting.

Also, this changlog will make it easier for people to find out if there’s any changes with the our code.

Possible reasons for a source code update:

Facebook Graph API updates, extra script features and performance enhancements.