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@wrustancodes My Tribute Page
Here is my portfolio page which I kinda abandoned because of CodePen limitations. I decided to learn Php after that, now I've signed up to a MIT course for Python and Computer Science through Coursera.
In the screen these 2 main files do all the (hard work) regarding the integration + interaction with db by just calling the right classes
but us it can be hark to secure, at lst i would be glab to know how is using it
@ScripTech So, generally speaking you would need to have a 'public' directory and a 'private' directory for php.
In the private directory you would include file such as these that have core features of the website and simply include them inside the public pages to use their functions.
If you're using this to allow customers to make payments that require things like credit card numbers then I would highly recommend you speak to an expert.
Anything that requires you to connect to the DB should use prepaired statements as it is the securest method.