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Learn PHP in 14 Days

Day 1: Unit 1

Course Introduction

Review why this course is the best way to learn PHP…period! Stop struggling, and start learning. It’s easy with It’s the only step-by-step guided approach to learning PHP, where I’ll teach you how to create web applications, enhance existing websites and tools,and put cash in your pocket…while simultaneously giving you access to me to get your questions answered, any time day or night My promise to you… “By the end of the course, you’ll have a strong foundation in common PHP concepts with the ability to build on them to write your own code and edit other people’s code”

A review of the topics covered

How the course structure lets you easily learn PHP

How to get your questions answered…even ones specific to YOUR code and
ones not answered in the videos
A review of the tools used, including installing them and becoming familiar with them

Day 2: Unit 2

PHP Basics

PHP is Powerful, Flexible, and FREE, but you must know how to use it.
Don’t worry, you’re about to learn, and you’ll wonder how you were ever gonna learn PHP without this course We dive right into PHP code…starting basic so anyone can learn, and then aggressively building on each topic for even the most advanced developers

You’ll create your first PHP script! …It really is simple, and I’ll show you how.

Day 3: Unit 3

Variables and Operators

As you know, variables are key when it comes programming, and I’ll make learning PHP variables simple, easy, and effective

We’ll even cover the assignment operator, various ways you can use to compare data, and PHP’s only ternary operator

You can begin variable names with letters and this one character

You can’t name your own variable by this name, otherwise you’ll drive yourself nuts trying to figure out what’s wrong with your code

The absolute most important thing you must do to your variables… not doing so could let others access your data!

The difference between variables and constants in PHP, and how to use them

How to group variables with strings… If you want to print a variable inside a string, you must do this one thing, otherwise PHP will print nothing!

How to concatenate strings

Creating and using arrays

Advanced Topic: Creating and using dynamic variables (variables of variables)

Day 4: Unit 4

Control Structures and Conditionals

(Loops and If-Statements)

The “while” loop…and how to write it two different ways

The “do-while” loop…and its alternative

The “for” loop…including how to use comma-separated or empty expressions
 in the loop statement

How to increase performance with a “for” loop… If you’re not doing this,
 you’re probably writing slow code

PHP’s very special way to iterate over arrays quickly, saving you
valuable time and energy

The “switch” and “case” statements as alternatives for “if” statements

How to use “continue” and “break” …and the very important difference
between them!

PHP 5.3.0+ brings a new conditional… I’ll show you…

Day 5: Unit 5

Include Files and Functions

How to reuse code from one project to the next, saving your precious
time and energy

How to reuse code within the same project, no more re-writing it again
and again

How to make your code easier to read so you can come back to it days,
weeks, or even years later and still know what it does and how it does

How to divide and conquer big problems into smaller and easier-to-read
code functions… This alone will eliminate a ton of frustration when
writing complicated code. What’s complicated in theory is easy with
PHP…after learning from

The difference between the 4 ways to reference include files… You
wouldn’t want your code to continue if your database weren’t available,
now would you?

Why it is critical to know how PHP treats variables in reusable code… If
 you don’t know this, you’ll pull your hair out, wondering why variables
 aren’t being set to what you expect

The importance of variable scope within functions… If you want a
function to access variables created outside of the function, you must
use this keyword

Day 6: Unit 6

Forms: Data In, Data Out, Sanitizing

Learn how to create an HTML form, supercharged with PHP, to communicate
with the visitors of your site

We’ll cover textboxes, checkboxes, combo boxes (drop-down menus), radio
buttons, submit and reset buttons, and more

The one thing you must always remember when using radio buttons

Learn how to make your form work, even if you rename the script

The 3 different ways to get the data from a form…and when to use each

3 different ways to sanitize information received from users, including a
 special set of functions just for being an member!

Days 7 and 8: Unit 7


Why you should use a database rather than a flat-file to store and
access your data

The absolute BEST MySQL admin tool on the planet that saves you time,
increases efficiency, helps to ensure accuracy, that is both easy to use
 for beginners and highly advanced for experienced people at the same

The one thing to keep in mind when building database-driven applications
 that was deemed a trade secret it was banned in schools

How to connect to a MySQL database

How to query a MySQL database

4 different ways to handle data received from a query and when to use
each so your code works quickly and accurately

Day 9: Unit 8

Advanced Forms: Pre-population and Pre-selection

We take Unit 6 to the next level…

Learn how to create HTML form elements that utilize data from MySQL
through PHP code

Create dynamically-populated form elements that come pre-selected to the
 correct values

How to pre-populate and pre-select with textboxes, checkboxes, combo
boxes (drop-down menus), radio buttons, submit buttons, reset buttons,
and text areas

How to use checkbox arrays to make multi-variable selection even easier…
 PHP makes it simple, and I’ll show you how to do it.

Days 10 and 11: Unit 9

Sessions and Cookies

Take your dynamic websites to the next level with user sessions and

You’ll learn how to ask a user to login to your site and how to verify
their login credentials

We’ll cover the differences between sessions and cookies…when to use
each…and more importantly, when NOT to use each

How to implement sessions…including the “hidden” secret to getting
around a common PHP error that most newbies make

How to implement cookies…including how to check for browser support

Day 12: Unit 10

Time and Date

Learn how to display the time and/or date on your website

Create time-based access to your site

Track when a user takes a specific action on your page

The difference between 2 PHP time and date functions, and when to use

The absolute best way to store a date in a database… If you’re not doing
 this, you’re making it too hard on yourself

How to do date arithmetic to get tomorrow’s date, yesterday’s date, even
 a date 6 months ago!

Days 13 and 14: Bonus Unit

Working with Files: Receiving Files from Users

How to receive a file uploaded from a user to create tools like ticket
systems, email programs, social networking sites, and even a web-based
program I wrote to manage a computer programming competition

There are 2 ways to store user files… One way you’ll pull your hair out
implementing. The other way, I’ll show you, and it’s way easier than you

How to restrict the user from uploading files you don’t want to receive
so your code continues to work every single day

How to view the files uploaded from a user, all from PHP, including how I
 bypassed a web server directory listing restriction through a simple,
yet powerful and secure, PHP script.

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