Since PHP5 functions had the ability to accept arrays and classes as parameter types. Now PHP 7 expands that list to bool, float, int, string. You can also set types for the return values, and allow for these values to accept a null value. Finally you can set a function as void which will prevent it from returning a value.
In PHP it is common to have form inputs with the same name. Many times these will be generated dynamically (i.e. a WordPress Repeatable Custom Meta Field). PHP stores these values to the POST Superglobal as a multidimensional array. To begin with, run this example script here PHP Form Inputs Example.
This article follows the dev virtual site which can be viewed here. In that tutorial we created a virtual site called new site. The site we created was http meaning the packets are sent unencrypted. This means passwords and other data sent will be viewable to others on the network. A password to log into a content management system can easily be sniffed out. We can prevent this from happening by using a self signed TLS certificate, which will encrypt our traffic.
Inheritance makes it possible for a link to inherit CSS properties from both the <body> and <p> tags that precede it. It is possible for styles to collide, and there is a system, known as the css cascade that governs conflicting styles.
There are a many tutorials that explain how to set up virtual hosts for a production server on Apache. It’s not that different for a development enviornment, but there aren’t very many tutorials on how to do this.
WordPress Ajax Autocomplete works essentially the same as it does when you are creating a site from scratch. You create a list of terms in JSON format and provide those as a source. There are two main differences with WordPress Ajax Autocomplete and building from scratch:
When I was learning guitar this thing called the modes kept popping up. It became something I tried to understand repeatedly. I asked a couple of different teachers and nothing clicked until I met John Banks. John taught me when I had decided to go to school for music. Last minute was an understatement…I decided that’s what I would do and I put my mind to it.