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Calculating age from Date of Birth
This has baffled me for years but a couple of nights ago I finally cracked it. How to accurately work out someones Age from their DOB. For this tutorial I’m using the english method of presenting dates DD-MM-YYYY rather than the american way.
It actually rather simple by comparing the date of birth to the current date you can not only work out their age but also whether it’s their birthday or not.
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Making A CSS3 Login Panel
Today i’m going to show you how you can use CSS3 make the login panel shown below.
I’m not going to go into to much detail about the code, if you’d like some more information of CSS3 you can look at this article here CSS3 Guide. You can download the source files for it here. Download the source files.
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A Complete Guide to CSS3
CSS3 is a very hot topic at the moment and probably my favourite code at the moment, as W3 Mozilla and Webkit are releasing new features all the time. Although it is only compatible with modern browsers such and Safari, Mozilla and Chrome, and only partially compatible with IE, It’s still an incredible useful to be using especially as when used by incompatible browsers, it’s just ignored so unless you’re using it for key features of your blog, you should be able to add it and forget about backwards compatibility.
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Creating a basic blog using php and mysql Part 3
Creating the create.php page
In the last tutorial we created a dynamic page to display our blog entries but we couldn’t test to see if it was working or not as we didn’t have any entries, so in this part we’re going to build a form so we can submit our entries.