Automating Backup Tasks Remotely with PHP and PECL SSH2 extension

Sometimes you need to migrate a site between two servers. This article provides advice about which steps a server migration procedure should follow to prevent the problems that may happen.

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Quickly importing data from CSV file into PHP applications

In this article you may learn how to quickly import data from CSV files into your application with help of PHP.

It also covers a tool that provides a Web based user interface for importing CSV data into a MySQL database table with support for mapping CSV columns into arbitrary MySQL database table columns.

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What is Microsoft up to with PHP?

Microsoft has been participating in several initiatives that benefit PHP. This post talks about such initiatives.

It includes an interview with an Microsoft Open Source Labs leader, and a review of a what happened at summit that Microsoft organized in their headquarters in Redmond with several influential PHP community people.

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Curl: Location redirect while open_basedir is set

If you need to follow redirects within your php code using Curl and the open_basedir is set you came into some trouble. If you disable this directive all your directories with a 777 permission are not safe (if one or more website on the same server has some security issues). If you don’t have additional protections you should NEVER disable the open_basedir directive (at least if you’re using 3rd party applications).

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Upload images for usage in TinyMCE

TinyMCE is a great online WYSIWYG editor which is used for a lot of projects, for example this Wordpress blog application (the content backend). I use TinyMCE for custom projects too. TinyMCE is free, generates good HTML code and the interface is easy to learn even for non-webmaster.

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