Lesson 0: An Introduction to the Course
PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor, or PHP, is an open source programming language that is used for developing interactive Web sites. More specifically, PHP is a scripting language that is executed from a Web Server. This class teaches Web Development with PHP and MySQL. Completion of this course will enable the student to build professional-quality, database-driven Web sites with PHP and MySQL.
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Deliverables = Assessed course assignments.
✢ Required Reading
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- Set up your server space for this class. The main course folder must be named citpt227. Establish a structured layout for each assignment and exercise or project within that assignment. You must have a root level index/default page and folder level index/default page for this class.
- Download and install your local development environment. Proof of operation is required with a short video posted to your server space under the http://citpt.lcsc.edu/yourusername/citpt227/lesson00 folder.
- Build a simple PHP page that shows all the current settings for the PHP environment.
- Build a simple PHP page that shows your name and the current date.
Quiz• Take the w3schools.com PHP pre-course overview quiz one time only and post a screenshot of your results on your server space in the citpt227/lesson00 folder. Completion of the the quiz on-time equals 100%.