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"Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime." - Chinese Proverb
If you haven't seen or learned PHP before, then the quote upthere *points* is your start-concept. You give someone a PHP-code and he will use this code for the time, he can remember it. You give someone some lessons in PHP, and he'll know PHP for a lifetime. Okay, okay, maybe not exactly a lifetime, but anyway, this is a great concept, that you could begin with, when you're learning PHP. In the time, you use it, you learn codes, you learn how to build something smart and handy, and best of all, you know PHP. Hehe, OK. If you understood this, you're a wise guy...I'm danish, and I don't speak very good english. But I'm making sure, I can teach you the best, I can.
OK, I know, that you're that person, that cannot trust people, you don't know, so I'd like to introduce myself. My name is Rollo (Rollo's not my real name, but I won't tell you my real, unless you are very kind and I can trust you) and I'm happy to be a 12-year-old teen (I'm getting 13 soon ^^;;). You may've read, that I'm danish, so you can say, that I live in Denmark, and that's true. I'm a pretty big lover of music, and in my sparetime, I'm either making or listening to music, and of course, I'm making websites too (if I didn't, where was this site going?). I use the net a lot (dunno, if I'm proud to say), and I'm a kinda quiet person, so I don't talk a lot. When I'm angry, I'm really angry, so let's just say, that I'm temperamental (hopefully I used the right word there). I love to make friends of every kind, and *sniff* I'm very sensitive...yeah. Not much else to say, so let's just move on to the PHP-thing. ^^;;
As PHP.net says about PHP:
"PHP is an HTML-embedded scripting language. Much of its syntax is borrowed from C, Java and Perl with a couple of unique PHP-specific features thrown in. The goal of the language is to allow web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly." PHP stands for PHP: Hypertext Predecessor, and some people think it's weird, the first word of the acronym is the acronym, but I don't mind that: It's the language, that counts. Hehe, I may sound a little weird here, but it is! I've used PHP since summer 2001, and since that time, I've learned useful things, like including, writing text, making forms...you know, that stuff. Well, I recommend using, if you're going to build general or special sites, so that's why I'm using it here. Lemme show you a piece of PHP-code:
echo "Hi, I'm your first PHP-script!";
Simple, isn't it. It simply writes the text "Hi, I'm your first PHP-script!" into your browser, and nothing else! A PHP-script always starts with "<?" or "<?php" and always ends with "?>". echo is the writing-script and with the quotation mark (thanks TT!), you write in the text and then it's done! Plain and simple as this layout! Eh-heh...simple? It's rather confusing! But anyway, browse thru this site. You won't regret...
jan. 11 2002 » Finished all the main pages and one lesson! Now it's time to blast off and move onto the other pages!
jan. 6 2002 » Opened the site! Hope, you visitors like it...I did put a lot work into the layout, although it's called "Plain and Simple"...ah well, enjoy!