100 results on one page takes too long to load and can also look messy. Lets get started on putting your MySQL Database results on sepearte pages with PHP. I am assuming you have atleast a basic knowledge of PHP and MySQL because this is what you will need to know to understand this tutorial.
You may have the word Ben in a lot of your MySQL rows and want to repalce that word with a new word such as Jim. If you have 10+ of rows with the name Ben in it, it could take a while having to modify each table manually...
This is a cool little way to put articles from a page or database into sepaerate pages. This can be done quite a few ways but here's one of them. So lets get into it!
If your website some how gets hacked and you lose all your MySQL Database information, I doubt you would be laughing... or smiling... That's why you need to backup your database from time to time so that you can put it back the way it was. Here is a simple script using PHP and MySQL to backup your database!