You’ve built a web page in HTML. You’ve even styled it with Cascading Style
some jQuery, and constructed a whole lot of web pages. You’ve even moved your
your HTML with the latest standards.
But now you want more.
Maybe you’ve become frustrated with your website’s inability to store user information
in anything beyond cookies. Maybe you want a full-blown online store, complete with
PayPal integration and details about what’s in stock. Or maybe you’ve simply caught
easily give you.
If any of these are the case—and you may find that all these are the case!—then
learning PHP and MySQL is a great way to take a giant programming step forward.
Even if you’ve never heard of PHP, you’ll find it’s the best way to go from building
web pages to creating full-fledged web applications that store all sorts of information
in databases. This book shows you how to do just that.