Re: [NH] Re: css coding
- The PHP and MySQL for Dynamic Web Sites book(s) by Larry Ullman are very
good resource for getting a working knowledge & understanding of how
they work together. I'd suggest knowing at least the basics of PHP
before attempting to do MySQL with it.
On 5/9/2010 12:06 PM, brother.gabriel wrote:
> Thanks, y'all! I knew there was a simple explanation; I sort of
> understood but sort of didn't. Now there is no question. This is a good
> forum! Next thing I am getting into is PHP-MySQL, and that will be a
> whole other matter.
- Okay! You say tomatoe, I say tomatoh. Anyways, I agree with you completely that it is better than those php web-forums. I much prefer this email-based *ahem* forum. I hate logging onto sites all the time and messing around with passwords. And here I get all my correspondence saved into my Thunderbird. I appreciate the Yahoo Groups for that.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Axel Berger <Axel-Berger@...> wrote:
> "brother.gabriel" wrote:
> > This is a good forum!
> No it's not! This is a mailing list, and that fact alone is ninety
> percent of the reason why we're better than fora - the rest is just us.