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Few months back someone sent me email asking me to write tutorial to get Facebook ID of any user using their profile URL. I don’t know why he wanted the script so bad, but he will surely be amazed how dead simple this is.
If you own a website, most likely you have to call developer several times to get those tiny things fixed in your website. But what if you could dedicated little time to learn these things? you’ll find HTML and CSS very easy language to learn. Once you learn the basic stuff, I am sure within a week you’ll be able to manipulate your website layout, and you no longer have to be dependent to your developer all the time, who knows you may not even need him to start your next website!
You may have read my previous articles about Facebook, Google and Twitter login. This time let’s create a Microsoft Live Connect Sign-in system for your website. The process is very similar to previous login methods, we will be using Microsoft REST API to access user info programmatically.
You might have seen the implementation of Ajax based data loading technique at Facebook, Twitter or some other sites. Instead of showing pagination links, why not let users load data dynamically on a button click. In this article we’ll try to adopt the technique to make similar loading page for our projects using jQuery.
Pagination can get complicated depending on the size of records in the database, especially when you want to group number of links, display next/previous links etc. In this article we’ll only focus on creating simple ajax based pagination using jQuery load() method. I am pretty sure its the most simplest example you can find on the net.
You may have came across some images about horoscope or stats about profile visitors on friends wall, aren’t they just fun to read? Well, why not create something fun like that? may be a Facebook ID card? Today let’s focus on creating some authentic looking “Facebook ID” for the users using PHP and PHP Facebook SDK.