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barryalen1992
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Getting started

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Hello there, my name is Barry. And I'm currently start self-learning about websites PHP code. Can anyone kind enough to introduce me to some completed threads about this matter. Thank you and have a wonderful day.
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Christopher
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Re: Getting started

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There is this general post: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=140694

This is a good site that has basics plus advanced topics as you learn: http://www.phptherightway.com/
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gooney0
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You may also checkout PHP & Mysql for Dummies. Those are pretty good starting points as well.
richnieh
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Re: Getting started

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I learned my Php coding from this website if you want to google. php-cl.com. It is not free course though and I don't want to promote it just in case the moderator is flagging me for adv promotion. I am just saying I learned coding from it. You can also check some courses in Udemy. Some are free, some are not. The teacher I like there is called Edwin Diaz. I still like to listen to an experienced teacher providing step by step examples and lab work so I can know what I am doing. I recommended phpcl because I like the teacher so is Edwin. Both courses provides a lot of examples and recorded video and the courses are not expensive, at least for me.
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