[wp-hackers] I'm interested in a good book
okfrank at gmail.com
Wed Jul 27 17:52:55 UTC 2011
Thanks William and Josh
I read somewhere that Wordpress has it's own query functions like
I'm still sorting out why I can't show an array from the $wpdb I tried
foreach but get an error
A good tutorial would be to be able to list all the tables in the database.
Anybody seen that?
On Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 12:39 PM, Joshua Sibelman <joshua.sibelman at gmail.com
> I've looked at several books over the past couple of years, and the biggest
> problem with them is that they're out of date before they're published.
> WordPress changes pretty frequently, too frequently for books to keep up
> The Codex is really the best source, plus there are a number of bloggers
> out there who offer up-to-date tutorials on how to work with WordPress'
> If you're not very good with PHP, then that will be a handicap, and it
> might be worth looking at a book to help you with that end of things. With a
> good understanding of PHP, most of WordPress is very straightforward.
> Hope this helps,
> On Jul 26, 2011, at 6:47 PM, Rick Maltese wrote:
> > I need an advanced book on Wordpress that explains the database
> > and hopefully has a lot of examples. I am not very good with PHP
> > and as I understand the wpdb class has numerous functions
> > that are unique to the class.
> > I need a good review of how to send data from a form to a new form
> > and capture it all in a database. I have been told that the gravity
> > handles this very well. Anyone else here have dealings with the gravity
> > plugin?
> > Thanks Rick Maltese
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