Best online location to learn PHP?

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  1. giclee12

    giclee12 New Member

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    Where do you suggest is the best place online to learn PHP code?

    cheers!
     
  2. Jamesr

    Jamesr New Member

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    I would recommend W3Schools and php.net are the best locations to study for free.
     
  3. ian

    ian Administrator Staff Member

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  4. ufone1234

    ufone1234 New Member

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    A little bit old, but still a good book for beginner to intermediate -- Programming PHP by Rasmus Lerdorf and Kevin Tatroe (O'Reilly); has some animal on the cover.

    Another one that I can recommend that's geared towards PHP5 is Beginning PHP5, Apache, and MySQL Web Development (Programmer to Programmer) by Elizabeth Naramore, Jason Gerner, Yann Le Scouarnec, and Jeremy Stolz (Wrox); red cover with people on top.
     
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  5. orangecopper

    orangecopper New Member

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    to start with w3schools is good, further download php bible ebooks.

    regards
    Joshu
     
  6. sahara2010

    sahara2010 New Member

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  7. ishie

    ishie New Member

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    Go to: phpbuddy.com - That site is designed to help you learn PHP programming. There are Quick Start PHP tutorials and scripts. Good luck!
     
  8. gerdonhanry

    gerdonhanry New Member

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    There are various online sites from where you can learn the PHP. One I recommend is the Linda.com. The content in that site is fresh and Valuable.
     
  9. rwebber77

    rwebber77 New Member

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    I learned by checking out a PHP/MySQL book for beginners at the local library and paired it with trial and error. w3schools and PHP.Net are great sites by the way..
     
  10. Jay-S

    Jay-S New Member

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    I would recommend checking out Tiztag and PHP.net to learn PHP. Those are the two sites I learned PHP from.
     
  11. 10west

    10west New Member

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  12. Ignis

    Ignis New Member

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    Start with
    http://www.tizag.com/

    Get used to searching
    http://php.net/index.php

    .And google will be your friend as well as asking for help. I find that there is -always- someone with the same problem as you somewhere, and it can usually be found just by changing the wording in a search.
     
  13. german

    german New Member

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    Thanks for information!*In turn I wish to advise another useful resource with possibility to create any your form. Besides in php forms tutorials it's possible to find information about opportunities of e-mail creatig on a site by means php forms i.t.c. Informational articles are wrote by developers by this web resource. I think this is advantage.* :)
     

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