PHP by example, Part 2

Delving deeper into Webzine authoring and delivery

From the developerWorks archives

Erik Zoltan

Date archived: September 8, 2016 | First published: January 02, 2001

As a language for building dynamic Web pages, PHP offers a simplified method for constructing complex and powerful Web-related programs. Step by step, Erik demonstrates the fundamental principles of PHP in an original real-world Web site example. In Part 2 of this series, he shows you how the delivery module presents a menu of stories to the reader, and how the authoring module permits authors to submit stories to a Webzine.

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