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    Hi, Im learning php,
    but, would like to learn deeper, like to understand the code better, by analysing php built sites.
    would anybody know of any.
    Ive looked at hundreds, but only see javascript with the html and css in it. No php ones.
    why isnt anybody building php sites then. should I rather learn javascript.

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    Go to google ... type: php tutorial

    Tizag.com is a good place to start.

    If you try some and have trouble, post your questions here along with the script listing.
    You have to run php on your website,webhost, or your own pc server. Php is server side unlike javascripting, which is client side.


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    Hi, thanks Tizag.
    Im still having problems with the xampp download. Ive deleted them again. everytime I download, it doesnt open the file, so I still cant use the php in the notepad++

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    It sounds like what you are trying to do is view the source of websites and get hands on knowledge of how PHP works. This unfortunately won't work because PHP being a server side language, means that the "brains" of the scripts are on the server and can only be source viewed when you have access to the files.
    If you are trying to look over PHP scripts to help learn, then download some free ones. PHP is open source so a lot of free basic scripts can be downloaded and viewed offline. Now you seem to understand that in order to actually view executed PHP scripts you will need to upload them to your server or put them in your root XAMPP folder (htdocs). Im sorry you seem to be having trouble installing it however. If you just cant seem to get it, then try uploading them to your web-host and running them. Let us know how it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SearchEngineTool, post: 250476, member: 36228
    It sounds like what you are trying to do is view the source of websites and get hands on knowledge of how PHP works. This unfortunately won't work because PHP being a server side language, means that the "brains" of the scripts are on the server and can only be source viewed when you have access to the files.
    If you are trying to look over PHP scripts to help learn, then download some free ones. PHP is open source so a lot of free basic scripts can be downloaded and viewed offline. Now you seem to understand that in order to actually view executed PHP scripts you will need to upload them to your server or put them in your root XAMPP folder (htdocs). Im sorry you seem to be having trouble installing it however. If you just cant seem to get it, then try uploading them to your web-host and running them. Let us know how it goes.
    Hi yes,
    Thanks, Ive downloaded the php manual, should help.

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    Rainbow, php is server side which means you cannot see it in the page source. Just google php tutorials. It is the easiest way to learn any language.
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    But of course, if you dig deeper, itís really how it works.
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