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rscole86

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#11236 10-Jan-2007 22:22
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Hi everyone,

someone i work for has a website written in php. it has one *.css and one *.js

my programming skills is limited to around 10 years ago when i was playign around with basic? something to do with DOS and bat files etc (if i remeber correctly)

so basically i am a beginner wanting to learn and was wondering if someone could reccomend a cheap(hopefully free) and easy way to learn. looking at getting a free host to practice on but still need to learn what to type and what commands mean etc

any help would be appreciated

Thanks!!!!

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  #57538 10-Jan-2007 23:08
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http://www.php.net has all the commands available on their website.
A good coding program to use is Php Coder

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  #57544 11-Jan-2007 00:25
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I've recently been learning PHP for my website.
I would recommend starting off with something small and then moving up to more complicated scripts. <- Get books out from your local library, read guides online. Theres lots of information out there and lots of different ways to do a lot of things.
What are you aiming to use? Just the PHP or will you be using MySQL?

 
 
 
 


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  #57556 11-Jan-2007 09:53
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Thanks NokiaRoacks and JamesForman!!

At the moment the website is written in php but eventually i hope to learn how to make a secure area where our agents can access information held on a remote server. Potentially there will be 10s of thousands of "cards" which an agent may need one or two of from time to time. I assume MySQL would be suited to that?


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  #57563 11-Jan-2007 10:39
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mysql would be perfect for that. If you need any help feel free to message me

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  #57572 11-Jan-2007 12:29
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mysql would be perfect for that. If you need any help feel free to message me

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  #57681 11-Jan-2007 23:12
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cheers guys!!

when i need a hand ill definitly sing out! may have to wait a bit as im going to be really busy for the next month or so

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