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Posted on 06-07-06 18:28
yea im completely new to PHP. i know alot of HTML, and im trying to learn PHP but am getting nowhere. Help plzzz. where do i start? how do i pratice creating and using my own scripts?


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Posted on 06-07-06 18:31
www.w3schools.com Smile

and

get Easy PHP to run php on your own pc Smile
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Posted on 06-07-06 18:57
it is important not to just readthe tutorials throught once, but experiment with what you've learnt, be inventive!


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Posted on 06-07-06 19:01
What Cubeman said is probobly best for any language you are trying to learn, if you can't find something try to figure it out based on other stuff. Mess with the synatx.

Also:
http://www.wannal. . .uages/PHP/

I love wannalearn.com

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Posted on 06-07-06 19:36
Why not learn from the documentation?

http://www.php.ne. . .
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Posted on 06-07-06 19:38
You can learn from documentation, but I find it too long tediouse boring and organized (yes, too organized.)

With stuff others wrote it is in clear flowing speech and you learn the stuff you need, if there is something less common then the docs could be used for reference, but I can't sit through it and read it all.


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Posted on 06-07-06 20:59
Try www.freewebmasterhelp.com they have a good beginners tutorial whick covers variables and formatting and stuff.

After that, move on to the w3schools one for the more advanced things.