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Learning PHP

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ptiliffe    0

Where would one start to learn PHP? I would like to learn this and begin making some decent systems. :unsure:

Where would one read some tutorials and articles? :wacko:

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ptiliffe    0
ummmm?

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ummmm...!

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Pajter    16

Really, the best place you can start is W3Schools

It starts at the basics, and prepares you for the more advanced stuff...

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ptiliffe    0

Awesome cheers champ!

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ptiliffe    0

hey anyone know where i can find a nice printable version of the php manual. when ever i try n print from www.php.net/manual/en it comes out crappy with the menus n stuff

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S.MULLA    8

how about posting in the php forums on neowin.?

theres loads of tuts out there.. starting from basics to intermediate. try lynda.com for video php tutorials

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Colin-uk    135

heres the printable version of the manual..

http://www.php.net/manual/en/print

id also recommend phpfreaks.com as a good source for learning PHP :) (Y)

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Mr magoo    1

I've moved this into the php forum; we've got a variety of links at the top of this forum with tutorials, guides etc etc. I found learning from making stuff was a great way of doing things; working out simple PHP code and then moving on would be your best bet.

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soil    1

u could search google for php tutorials nd read some or download some scripts off hotscripts.com and look how there done.

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Mr magoo    1

Can members please refrain from offering handy links to google - it's rarely appreciated and is clearly not what people want when posting.

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ptiliffe    0

Hey thanks a lot everyone. It was careless of me not to look and post in the web programming area first, sorry. However I appreciate the feedback and I'll have a good look around, todays last day of work so I got a few days off till I go back, enough time to get my head down and do some study!

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chavo    1

Hey, thanks for those google links.

Just what I've been looking for (Y)

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Daylene    0

I got a book on php and Now i'm picking it up fairly quickly. Just begin to read a book or something, and learn the basics. Then once you get it, all you need to do in the future is figure out how to use commands to do different things.

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voxunity    0

?PHP for Dummies?

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