That's pretty good. The only thing that I didn't really like about it is that it wasn't really organized well. I know that everything is there on the main page but some visual stuff would be good too. But other than that, you've got everything right!
This was a great tutorial, I learned some PHP a while back ago but felt that I needed a refresh. So found this, read through most of it and it all came back to me :) Then why do I only give you a 6 in overall rating you ask? Because you copied large amounts of of the text, maybe all of it, from w3schools! That's why.
As I said, great tutorial. Shame though that it wasn't you who did it :/
I really want to learn PHP, but tonight I don't have the pacience to go through all that. I know that PHP is a textual language, but I am sure there are some more visual ways of saying all this. It's a pretty cool tutorial, but I wish it explained things a little more visually. Other than that, good job.
This is great, but I didnt know you had to download PHP. I thought u just needed to use a text etiting program like Notepad++ or something like that.
I'll help you ;)
As I mentioned in the Tutorial, you need a - testing server!
You can use Notepad(++), you can use whatever text editor you'd like, but you must have a testing server.
I use "XAMPP"; it has mysql and PHP support, SMTP -> and it is the best all in one choice.
Furthermore, you can use Google, type "Apache download" or something like that and install it. Apache is the software you need (I suggest ver. 1.3 instead of all newers).
It is xtremely easy to find it.
I've taken a look at your profile, you have a freewebs site. That won't work, freewebs doesn't support server scripting.
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But i took a look back at your other tutorials... now please expalind to me why its basicly the same tutorial with different music or a slightly different intro. There is no need to resubmit these things.
if you must improve on this, update this file.
Oh no, there ARE changes....