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    Chris New Member

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    This happened in the past...

    Anyway, I learned BASIC as my first language, then Visual Basic 6, then C/C++. I had already learned HTML. See I was going to learn PHP, but I thought it would be kind of hard, but I didn't know that it is pretty similar to C/C++ and HTML.

    So now, I'm gliding through PHP because it's similar to C/C++(like the if, select, etc) and HTML (basically is HTML, lol), of which both I know.

    Alacritous
     
  2. Rhianna

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    Learning PHP

    I find PHP interesting. In my quest to find a script in order to program a card game type of presentation on my site, I found this helpful card script in PHP.

    Check out my posts to see how anyone can benefit from New York PHP and how it is possible to tutor oneself in PHP with PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

    There's lots of material to delve into :)
     
  3. deano17

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    I just bought a book on PHP and I am currently learning it. Does anyone know of any PHP tutorials that show how to make simple guestbooks or different things like that for beginners?

    Deano
     
  4. nicholas

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    thanks that was a good site you recommend ;)
     
  5. deano17

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    Thanks Theory. Great link.
     
  6. icely

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    whoa! it's even better than my book! thanks for the link
     
  7. phenetic

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    PHP is used so much its not even funny...i look at alot of sites and see that most of them use PHP as their extension and stuff...
     
  8. icely

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    the sites that you were referring to are just using php includes.. it's just a way for us to easiy change the layout without changing all the html files. just the header and footer for php includes and only the index for dynamic includes.
     
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    ...and what's even better is using Template-based output to seperate your PHP code from your HTML layout. Yummy :)
     
  10. Origin

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    PHP rules the world!
     
  11. Kwek

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    PHP is so cool and i use basic php includes on my sites, but i dunno how to really code using it. I dun even noe HTML :sad: .
     

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