Easy administration on MySQL databases


Posted on 16th Feb 2014 07:03 pm by admin

My website is database driven and I am very tired of manually making queries to my tables in order to update my site. I decided to make a form that only I should have access to that PHP can filter and send to my tables for me. I have two questions for this.

1. I can tell that it's only a str_replace() away to make [ quote ] or [ code ] tags work, but what about tags that can have attributes? How do I parse those with minimum headache?

2. How do I make sure only I have the ability to upload content, preferably from just my machine? Wouldn't it be dangerous to upload a form to my host that has those kind of privileges? It also seems silly to me to put it there and toss a password on it, but only because I've never seen that done

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