With Nicks great post on selling links I thought I would follow up with a quick how to setup OpenAds and how to integrate it into your Wordpress or Drupal sites.
Openads is a free open source advert management system, it allows us as site owners to provide advertisers with a means to run and monitor adverts on our site. Openads is the merger of phpAdsNew, phpPgAds and Max Media Manager into one package.
Die eBay APIs und Werkzeuge für Entwickler
PHP Applikationen im eBay-Entwicklerprogramm
PayPal has grown up quite a bit since its early days of existing primarily as a way to pay for stuff you bought on eBay. Theres been a bunch of recent additions that offer new functionality and options for the developer tasked with integrating a payment solution for a website or application. But sifting through the choices can be time-consuming and sometimes confusing at the end of the day, you just want to get payment processing working and move on to the rest of your project, right? This article provides you with a quick overview of the different options available to you. Ill skip the marketing hype and get straight to the point helping you choose which option makes the most sense for your situation.
This article gives a great insight into developing a small website that incorporates your own shopping cart or a third-party cart in conjunction with PayPal.
This tutorial is intended for PHP programmers of all levels, who wish to add Paypal functionality to their website. The programmer needs only a PHP enabled website and Paypal account.
This tutorial is intended for the developer interested in accepting and managing payments online using the PHP Payflow Pro (pfpro) extension and applying basic class encapsulation principles to form an independent, easy to maintain library.
In this article we're going to work through the development of a PHP class that stores the details of a credit card and validates its number using the Mod 10 algorithm. To implement the class we'll create in this article, you should have access to an Apache web server running PHP 4.1.0 or later.
In this article we're going to work through developing a PHP class that stores the details of a credit card and validates its number using the Mod 10 algorithm. To implement the class that we will create in this article, you should have access to an Apache web server running PHP 4.1.0 or later.
Last week, I discussed how to modify the contents of the PHP shopping cart and introduced their related functions. This week, I'll introduce the remainder of the PHP shopping cart functions. These deal with gathering information from your shopping cart, such as the total of the items in the cart.
Welcome back to part three of my continuing series on a basic PHP shopping cart! If you have read last week's column, you'll remember that I stopped just prior to the introduction of the primary member functions in the shopping cart class. This week, I will pick up my discussion where I left it and introduce to you the functions that actually make the PHP shopping cart work, including the member functions that allow you to add, delete, or modify the number of items in your user's shopping cart.