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  • Help me. I'm a PHP wuss, and I want to fix that.

    I'd like to find a sensible PHP tutorial somewhere, so that I can finally go about understanding how vBulletin runs and go beyond the massive amount of template modifications I've installed thus far.

    So yeah. If you could give me links, I'd appreciate it.
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    Raz - KMC Forums


    • #3
      Well, no kidding. Lol. J/k. Anyways, holds a big reputation for good tutorials on their product. I'd suggest checking them out.


      • #4
        ah .. a perfect opportunity for a shameless plug =)

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        • #5
          An even better idea. Thank you! I believe real 'person-to-person' help is key.


          • #6
            They have a big PHP section, full of well written tutorials.


            • #7
              What should someone focus on learning first PHP or Mysql or is it something you sort of learn together? I'm also assuming a strong brake ground in html should probably come before either of the 2?



              • #8
                If your familiar with programming (variables, functions, the whole works) then you should run through a quick php tutorial just to see how it's different from other languages, then you can dive into SQL. If your not familiar with programming, I would suggest spending a good amount of time going through basic tutorial's so you understand what your doing before you get into SQL. It's really a simple language so it should go quickly. Good luck


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