Find out how to script in PHP, an open-source embedded scripting language for HTML. You'll learn how to install and configure PHP for use with the Apache Web server on UNIX or the Microsoft Internet Information Server on Windows NT. Then you'll see by example how to use PHP to route HTML conditionally, to develop a simple database-driven Web application, and to track user sessions with cookies.
Steve shows how to create personalized Web sites that let visitors customize their view of the site and the information they see. This server-side application, for PHP developers with some experience, stores user profiles in a MySQL database and dynamically generates information using PHP. Steve also introduces the new session management features in PHP4 and discusses efficient PHP coding.
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Are you tired of using third-party tools to send out routine notifications and emails to your clients? Or, do you want to send your newsletters with individual names of people in the beginning. This series of articles helps you achieve this.
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There comes time when your website tends to transcend the boundaries of mere brochure type looks. There is a need to interact, to seem dynamic, and to respond according to your visitor's behavior. You also want your visitors to go through a list of offerings that run into hundreds. Creating hundreds of web pages having a uniform layout for hundreds of products can become an overwhelming task.