When joining two tables in an SQL statement, there are two options. You can use an inner join, or you can use an outer join. Let’s see what the differences are.
When working in PHP, the most convenient way of dealing with timestamps is through the time() function, which returns an integer representing the number of seconds from the UNIX epoch (1 Jan 1970 at 00:00 GMT). That’s perfect for passing around your code modules, calculating time differences and easy conversion to string with the date() […]