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TahaH-Studio says

Does anyone know a good place where i could learn php from?

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Fuel99 says
Does anyone know a good place where i could learn php from?

I think there is nothing wrong with reading w3 schools php

But there are many places to get good information from, google is your friend :)

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TahaH-Studio says

:) Thanks xtranetworks. Do you think learning php from books is a good idea?

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Fuel99 says
:) Thanks xtranetworks. Do you think learning php from books is a good idea?

Of course, if you like reading them :) some people don’t like reading from book at all and prefer e-books. It’s a matter of your personal preference.. i myself have no trouble with learning from books.

Good luck with php, take your time with it

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KiaJavid says
:) Thanks xtranetworks. Do you think learning php from books is a good idea?

It doesn’t matter that much which sources you use to learn. Start with what ever you’re comfortable with and play with the code.
just remember in first steps there’s gonna be some frustration :) this is normal and you have to take it easy till you pass this phase
After a while you’re gonna figure out everything :)

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TahaH-Studio says

ture, thats what exactly happend to me when i started html. :D

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VisualSharing says

And when you think you’re done with your basic knowledge of PHP , go and make a working website. You’ll find out that practical problems will teach you 80% of what you know about the language. :) At least that happened to me. I started at W3Schools and now I’m a professional developer.

Good luck!

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FRESHFACE says

Some experience with programming make it much easier. My recommendation is:

1.) desing your website 2.) propose how exactly the things works 3.) start with PHP programming :) 4.) if you dont know something, use google, there is answer about everything :)

wish you good luck with learning, its only look lil bit hard, but its quite easy

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TahaH-Studio says

Thanks every one ;)

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