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Facebook Connect button alone can pretty much collect all the information we need from user. But sometimes we need to collect additional information during the registration, such as favorite Color, number of kittens, movie star name etc. To collect such information, we can use Facebook Registration Plugin. Instead of just showing Facebook Registration plugin, we will use Facebook Login button and call Registration plugin later. To make it even better I have used colorbox by Jack Moore.
Wouldn’t it be great if users didn’t have to load page when uploading a file? This is Continuation of the previous post PHP File Upload, everything is similar to previous examples, only difference is here we will use jQuery Ajax to upload file without refreshing page.
This tutorial focuses on letting your users upload and save file information in database using PHP. To achieve this we only need two files, an HTML upload form and a process page. HTML form allows user choose a file, and when user click on upload button, process page will upload file to server.
Microsoft Live Connect provides many API features, you can use info in Hotmail, Windows Live Messenger, Microsoft SkyDrive. The most significant thing you probably want to do is get user profile information, enable user to sign/register in your website, personalize experience etc. To take advantage of these API features we need to create an app. In this article, we are going to create a Microsoft application easily.
If you are looking for a simple script to navigate next / previous image without refreshing page, this example will do exactly that using jQuery Ajax and PHP.
You might have noticed some tweets have view summary link in Twitter.com, and probably you are curious to implement the same for your website contents. Well the trick is very simple, all you need to do is add few lines of HTML code to your webpages, and users who tweet your content will have a “view summary” (a.k.a Twitter Card) link added on the tweets.