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    hi..
    i want to learn php rapidly.
    so i think one of the best way is to build a site and learn through it..
    do you know any website or ebook to help me in this way..!?

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    Google.

    Search for: PHP tutorials

    or: PHP 101
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    I know i should google it but i mean maybe there are some most popular resources..
    thanks any way..

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    Most of the books I've seen are always out-dated.
    Things are changing so fast. And now, there is almost
    always a mix of PHP w/ javascripting (which is AJAX),
    and a ton of JQuery stuff. On top of all that, throw in
    some HTML5 and CSS3, which is ramping up quickly now.
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    And your site may need to be fluid enough to render on all browsers,
    from desktop 20 inch monitors, to 15 inch laptops, to iPads, and smartphones.
    How it looks when people shrink down the browser will be very important.
    Does it collapse properly, what happens to images?


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    ha?
    how?

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    What he said, that way you find the most current info on PHP. What you can do with it is completely dependant on what a hosting provider offers.

    Most decent hosting providers offer the newest version of PHP on their servers and the general core functionality will work on most all of them. But there are some newer subsets of PHP commands that may or may not work on all host.

    The easiest way I've been able to learn what I have so far is setup WAMP on a windows machine (windows, apache, MySQL, PHP ), then you have a local testing environment that you can experiment with code samples and testing without having to have a hosting account somewhere that you FTP your files to.

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    Using non-grid layouts ...

    I found an example.
    View this site, then resize your browser or view with an ipad VS a desktop 20 inch monitor:

    http://www.salliefindlay.com/3d.php

    You'll see how things move to stay within the browser window.
    Not perfect, as some pages don't collapse all the way, but you'll
    get an idea of a fluid non-griddable layout.
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    would you please explain more !?

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    What kind of browser and monitor size are you using right now
    to browse the internet? And do you have access to an iPad or
    iPhone (or any smart phone)?



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