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<p>Why Did I Make Another Framework Type Thingy? </p>
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	<p>I tried and tried using other frameworks and they are almost always way to complicated for what I need. The function names are always way to long and functions way more complicated then they need to be. Sure they are super powerful but not easy to learn or use. My classes are not the almighty savor to all the problems but might be for some people that do not need a class and function for every possible thing php can do. My classes provide a quick and simple way to get the basic functionally of a site out of the way. This isn't supposed to replace or compete in functionality with other frameworks at all, but provide the average programmer with easier tools to get the same stuff done that bigger more complicated frameworks provide (but would take 2x+ as much coding). I also have little features here and there I haven't seen in other frameworks that are really cool like my query referencing. If you don't like it thats fine, use another, theres a sh*t load of way more powerful frameworks out there! </p>
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<p>Notes:</p>
<p>This is a collection of classes I have created and a few I took and revised and/or reformatted for my framework.</p>
<p>Most, about 80% is 100% my own code so don't think I just took other peoples classes. The 20% used from other peoples classes/functions were somehow or another modified to better suite my needs or just make them better. </p>
<p>I added a super basic MYSQL table structure (superbasic.sql) that I was using to test the classes, if you start from that and get it working then build from it things will probably progress easier and faster and help you learn how it works a lot better. </p>
<p>If you have any questions, comments or code to help improve my classes you can contact:</p>
<p>Danny &lt;hide@address.com&gt;</p>
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<p>Individual class spec notes:</p>
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		<td>config.inc.php</td>
		<td><p>Main config file, defines pretty much everything I use for the classes</p>
		<p>Kinda messy and takes a little bit of time to set up properly for your site but its not too hard  </p></td>
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		<td width="17%">auth.php </td>
		<td width="83%">dependent on sql class and config file being set up correct </td>
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		<td>email.php</td>
		<td>independent class </td>
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		<td>file_handle.php</td>
		<td>independent class </td>
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		<td>form_handle.php</td>
		<td><p>independent class - except for database validations or the query on pass function<br />
			if you use those then its dependent on the sql class <br />
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		<td>image_handle.php</td>
		<td>independent class </td>
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		<td>pagination.php</td>
		<td><p>independent class </p>
		<p>although its used with the sql class to get the total records and set the limits in the result query but you could still use this class without the sql class and use some other way to query the database </p></td>
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		<td>sorting.php</td>
		<td>independent class </td>
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		<td>sql.php</td>
		<td><p>independent class</p>
		<p>You can connect to multiple databases at the same time :) </p></td>
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