vCard Example using class_vcard from Troy Wolf
Author: Troy Wolf (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Modified Date: 2005-07-14 13:30
The vCard icon above is a link to download my vCard. The vCard format is
recognized by many contact management systems. For example, you can open a
vCard file (.vcf) in Outlook Contacts.
How did I create the vcf file? Well, one way is to simply create your own contact
record in a vCard compatible program such as Outlook and choose to export a vCard file.
However, if you want to programmatically generate vCards from your own website data,
you'll need a way to script the generation of vCards. This is where my vCard class
The icon above is a link to a page named vcard_example.php. The source code for
this page is mostly comments--there's really not much to it! The class makes it
vcard_example.php uses the class_vcard.php class file.
Create your own vCard
I will not save any data you enter in the form below nor will I use it for
any purpose other than to programmatically generate a vCard file that will
only exist in memory while the script creates your vCard--less than 1 second.
This form submits to a script named vcard.php.
About the author
Troy Wolf operates
and is the author of
SnippetEdit--a PHP application
providing browser-based website editing that even non-technical people can
use. Website editing as easy as it gets. Troy has been a professional
Internet and database application developer for over 12 years. He has many
XML on Windows and Linux platforms. Check out
Troy's Code Library.