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Package: PHP Contact Form with Database Connection to SQLite

Contact forms are prevalent features many sites have to let users contact the site managers to send important messages.

This package implements a contact form manager that stores messages in an SQLite database.

Since SQLite uses local files, it does not require a database server. This package does not need a database server to store contacts, making it simpler to implement in any site with PHP code.




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About the PHP Contact Form with Database Connection to SQLite Package

The package PHP Contact Form with Database Connection to SQLite is one of the few PHP packages that was considered notable recently because it does something worth paying attention to.

The primary purpose is: Process contact forms storing details using SQLite

Here follows in more detail what it does:

This package can process contact forms storing details using SQLite.

It provides a class that implements functions to execute SQL queries to manage information of user contacts in an SQLite database.

Currently, it can:

- Create the database tables to store user messages and banned user IP addresses

- Add, update, and delete user messages

- Check, ban, and unban user computer IP addresses

- Search user messages by keyword

- Get submitted messages by the date

- Get the count of the total number of messages

Instructions:

class php_sqlite3_contact_form extends SQLite3
Functions:
- create_tables() // creates the tables if they don't exist
- get_sanitized_input($input) // sanitize input
- check_banned($ip) // check if an IP is banned
- ban_ip($ip) // add an IP to the banned table
- unban_ip($ip) // remove an IP from the banned table
- get_banned_ips() // get a list of banned IPs
- add_message($email, $subject, $message, $ip) // add a message
- update_message($id, $email, $subject, $message, $ip) // update a message
- delete_message($id) // delete a message
- get_messages() // get all messages
- get_message($id) // get a message by ID
- search_messages($keyword) // search messages by keyword
- get_messages_by_date_range($start_date, $end_date) // get messages in a date range
- count_messages() // count the total number of messages

Create:
//See an example for more detailed usage... but the basics are:
$cform = new php_sqlite3_contact_form('contact_form.db');
$cform->create_tables();

function show_messages_list($messages)
{
$the_str = "";
// as divs
while($row = $messages->fetchArray(SQLITE3_ASSOC))
$the_str .= show_message_row($row);
return $the_str;
} // end show_messages_list

echo show_messages_list($cform->get_messages());

Conclusion

The PHP Contact Form with Database Connection to SQLite can be downloaded from download page or be installed using the PHP Composer tool following instructions in the Composer install instructions page.

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