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    Here is better place tutorialized.com/tutorials/PHP/1

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    tutorialized dot com is a junk spammy rss webscraping site. If you are reading this thread and are having a hard time learning php don't even go to this site. popup hell.

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    If you want to learn PHP I would recommend getting a book. Surely, don't go to that link originally posted.

    In fact, there aren't many explanatory online resources that do a good job teachings the basics from concept to syntax. Once you have a basic understanding of PHP, the official PHP docs and examples are incredibly useful. Head First books, Apress books, and of course SitePoint books are all great starting points.

    Aside from tutorialized being spammy, full of ads, and poorly organized, it also takes about 3-4 clicks through ad pages to even get to the tutorial, which of course is just another website loaded in a frame... Thanks for the incredible contribution muman. You're stellar!

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    i wont recommend apress book for the starter they tend to be bulky and even the coding style is not good....my personal experience....

    for starters i think larry ulman book rocks though it is not oop based

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    I would recommend w3schools.com for any beginner in web programming.Obvious for PHP too

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    I bought Spring Into PHP and that was the best book to get me started.

    I also found this site pretty good with a lot of useful content:
    http://www.phpro.org/


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