Welcome to Codeaid.net!

Since doing PHP and especially since I started using Zend Framework I have had many occasions when I needed something specific but I didn't want to do it myself because I assumed that it would be available somewhere on the internet. Nevertheless, I often failed after long hours of searching.

And that is how the idea to create this webpage was born. I wanted to share all the numerous functions and classes, which I have developed as the result of my searches and requirements, with other people.

I hope you will find use for them in your own applications or be able to learn from them something new. Feel free to modify everything to your needs but it would be highly appreciated if you could mention codeaid.net in your scripts.

This website is dedicated to people who are not professional PHP or JavaScript developers and are seeking help with their problem. Either you need to convert seconds to time or replace all urls in a text with target page title tags, you can find it all here, on Codeaid.net.

I aim to provide easy to use PHP classes and function, various JavaScript libraries and functions as well as general web development tips. I will also gradually add tutorials about different aspects of Zend Framework. Especially those things that are not that well documented anywhere else.

Please feel free to contact me and suggest/request new pieces of code.

Enjoy your stay,

How to make the website wokable?
Pearlwise, January 6th 2011, 8:27
I'm not sure I understand what you mean by that. If you want to know how to set up and launch a website then it's not that easy to explain to someone who hasn't done it before.

Basically you need to find a hosting company. Tsohost: UK Web Hosting Solutions is a very good one. Fast, reliable and you can pay on a rolling month-to-month basis.

After that you need to upload your code to the server. To get it you need to either know how to program or you can install something like wordpress, or both :)

Or if all you want is a simple blog, then there are plenty of simply websites where you sign up and get a space, e.g. Blogger.com - Create a unique and beautiful blog. It’s easy and free." target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Blogger, which as far as I know even integrates with your Google account.

Hope that helps :)
Andris, January 7th 2011, 19:09
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