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PostSubject: PHP Tutorial Part 1   Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:29 am

PHP stands for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor.
PHP gets executed on the server and is returned to the browser as plain HTML.
PHP has to be downloaded and installed (though most web hosting providers offer it already) from http://www.php.net

Assuming you have a web hosting provider with PHP, we will already start coding.

A PHP code is defined with something like HTML tag. Inside the "tag" we put the codes.


//Some code

PHP can also have enabled the short form, which would be:

If you installed PHP by yourself, you will be able to enable all that in the php.ini file.

Now we want the PHP code to say something. To output some text. We do that with the echo. It's not a function, but a language construct, according to PHP.net.

echo "Hello there!"
This will output:
Quote :
Hello there!

Stay tuned for the next tutorial, when we will do... variables! Smile


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PostSubject: Re: PHP Tutorial Part 1   Wed Dec 07, 2011 2:09 am

Hey thanks DD this tutorial will help other users a lot if and when they need help with this including me when i start learning how if i want.
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