Introduction to PHP: Conclusion
PHP is a great tool for writing dynamic web pages.
Non-technical users can easily learn a few handy tricks to make their web pages easier to manage, and more useful.
Because its syntax resembles most C-like languages, any Computer Science student is able to learn it very quickly.
When creating a PHP enhanced pages, there are a few things we must remember.
- PHP is a server-side technology, and does not work in a browser.
- The filename must have .php extension.
- PHP enhanced pages can contain a mixture of HTML and PHP code.
- PHP code must be enclosed in a <?php ?> tag.
For more PHP information and tips, please visit php.net, or do a web search.
You'll find tons of PHP-related material.
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