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krusimax
now lets start learning PHP, Any good suggestions on books, sites to learn from scratch?
Vrythramax
Try http://www.php.net/. It's always best to go right to the source Wink
spring567
this forum is helpful too.
soljarag
so... your happy and now you want to learn PHP?.... interesting...
missdixy
I'm happy that I DON'T have to learn PHP!

Very Happy Yay!!!!!
xiaohan
this forum is helpful too
I think so.
standready
Max pointed you to the best resource. I am sure some here in the computer section can help also.
mukesh
really its good
adri
I should probably start learning PHP too, but properly that is. Because I do know some PHP, like the basics (variabels, arrays, if/else,...) but the real deal, that's something I've never learned. Sad


adri
Arty
Try w3schools. I don't know if it is good but it is how I started.
iman
Tutorials in the php website can be hard if you're starting from scratch, so I'd suggest w3schools.
After that stage, it's more helpful to browse the official php docs, especially for the various libraries.
Magicman
I can confirm that w3schools is a great place to start. Once you have a better idea of how PHP works and are just looking up the particular syntax or commands to do something then the php website itself becomes very useful.
Cliffer
oh,we can learn it together.
sandmanxyz
krusimax wrote:
now lets start learning PHP, Any good suggestions on books, sites to learn from scratch?


Seems that Krusimax is already out of town
RotaL
There are 2 places great for learning PHP. Here(Frihost) and PHP.net ( [url]php.net[/url]

They are good for explaining and giving samples of there tutorials[/url]
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