Web Development in PHP

Web Development

Web development refers to building, creating, and maintaining websites. It includes aspects such as web design, web publishing, web programming, and database management. A web designer only designs website interfaces using HTML and CSS. A web developer may be involved in designing a website, but may also write web scripts in languages such as PHP, JSP and ASP and maintain and update a database used by a dynamic website.

About HTML

HTML is an acronym which stands for Hyper Text Markup Language which is used for creating web pages and web applications. Hyper Text: Hypertext simply means “Text within Text.” A text has a link within it, is a hypertext. Whenever you click on a link which brings you to a new web page, you have clicked on a hypertext. Hypertext is a way to link two or more web pages (HTML documents) with each other.

About CSS

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It is a style sheet language which is used to describe the look and formatting of a document written in markup language. It provides an additional feature to HTML. It is generally used with HTML to change the style of web pages and user interfaces. It can also be used with any kind of XML documents including plain XML, SVG and XUL. CSS is used along with HTML and JavaScript in most websites to create user interfaces for web applications and user interfaces for many mobile applications.

About JavaScript

JavaScript is used to create client-side dynamic web pages. JavaScript is an object-based scripting language which is lightweight and cross-platform. JavaScript is not a compiled language, but it is a translated language. The JavaScript Translator (embedded in the browser) is responsible for translating the JavaScript code for the web browser.

About PHP

PHP is an open-source, interpreted, and object-oriented scripting language that can be executed at the server-side. PHP is a server-side scripting language, which is used to design the dynamic web applications with MySQL database. PHP is a server-side scripting language, which is used to manage the dynamic content of the website. PHP was created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1994.

Features of PHP

PHP stands for Hypertext Preprocessor.

PHP is an interpreted language, i.e., there is no need for compilation.

PHP is faster than other scripting languages, for example, ASP and JSP.

PHP is a server-side scripting language, which is used to manage the dynamic content of the website.

PHP can be embedded into HTML.

PHP is an object-oriented language.

PHP is an open-source scripting language.

PHP is simple and easy to learn language.

Content of PHP

1.About Website

What is Website & Webpage?

Static & Dynamic Webpage

What is browser?

What is Web Server?

Local & Remote Server

Web Design & Development

About Domain & Hosting

2.Introduction about PHP

About PHP & its Features

How to Install PHP Server (WAMP, XAMP)

PHP Echo & Print

PHP Variable & its Scope

PHP Super Global Variable

PHP $ and $$

PHP Constants & Comments: Const & define Keyword

3.PHP Data Types & Operators

Various Type of Datatype

Assignment Operator

Relational operator

Arithmetic operator

Logical operator

Increment & decrement operator

4.Control Statement

PHP If else & Switch Case

PHP Looping: for, foreach, while, do while Loop

Nested Loop in PHP

PHP Jump Statement: break & continue

5.PHP Functions

PHP Functions & Advantage

Various Form of Function

Call By Value & Call By Reference

Default Arguments & Variable Arguments

Function Overloading

Recursive Function in PHP

PHP String Functions

PHP Math & Date Function

6.PHP Arrays

Array in PHP

Type of Array in PHP

Indexed Array

PHP Associative Array

Multidimensional Array

Array Functions

7.PHP Form

PHP Form: Get Post

Form Validation

PHP Include once & include

PHP required once & require

Login Form

Feedback Form

Registration Form

8.Cookie Management in PHP

What are coolies?

Create Cookies

Access Cookies

Delete cookies

9.Session Management

What is Session?

Create Session

Access Session

Delete Session

10.PHP File Handling

File Handling in PHP

Open File & File Mode

Read & Write File

Append & Delete File

PHP File Upload

PHP Download File

11.PHP PDO

PDO and its Importance

PDO Connection

12.phpMyAdmin

phpMyAdmin Dashboard

Handling Database

Handling Table

13.PHP Regular Expressions

preg_match() function

preg_replace() function

isset() function

header()

unset() function

14.Exception Handling in PHP

Types of Errors in PHP

Syntax, Logical & Run Time Errors

Exception in PHP

PHP try-catch & finally block

15.PHP Mail

16.PHP & Database (MySQL)

What is database?

What is MySQL?

MySQL Datatype

Create & Alter Database

Create & Alter Table

SQL Query: Insert, Select, Delete, Update

Query Based on Condition

17.PHP & MySQLi Connection

MySQLi CONNECT

MySQLi CREATE DB

MySQLi CREATE Table

MySQLi INSERT

MySQLi UPDATE

MySQLi DELETE

MySQLi SELECT

MySQLi Order by

PHP Pagination

18.PHP OOPs Concepts

OOPs Features

OOPs Access Specifiers

Class & Object

Constructor & Destructor

Inheritance in PHP

About MySQL

MySQL is currently the most popular database management system software used for managing the relational database. It is commonly used in conjunction with PHP scripts for creating powerful and dynamic server-side or web-based enterprise applications. It is open-source database software, which is supported by Oracle Company. It is fast, scalable, and easy to use database management system in comparison with Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle Database.

MySQL Contents

1.Introduction About DBMS & RDBMS

2.Introduction About MySQL

What is MySQL?

MySQL Features

MySQL Data Types

MySQL Variables

MySQL Constraints

Download & Install MySQL

3.MySQL Key

MySQL Unique Key

MySQL Primary Key

MySQL Foreign Key

MySQL Composite Key

4.MySQL Database

MySQL Create & Select Database

MySQL Show & Drop Databases

5.MySQL Table

MySQL CREATE Table

MySQL Describe Table

MySQL ALTER Table

MySQL Show Tables

MySQL Rename Table

MySQL TRUNCATE Table

MySQL DROP Table

MySQL Add/Delete Column

MySQL Rename Column

6.MySQL Queries

MySQL INSERT Record

MySQL UPDATE Record

MySQL DELETE Record

MySQL SELECT Record

7.MySQL Clauses

MySQL WHERE

MySQL DISTINCT

MySQL FROM

MySQL ORDER BY

MySQL GROUP BY

MySQL HAVING

8.MySQL Join

MySQL JOIN

MySQL CROSS JOIN

MySQL Equijoin

MySQL Natural Join

MySQL Inner Join

MySQL Left Join

MySQL Right Join

9.Aggregate Functions

MySQL count()

MySQL sum()

MySQL avg()

MySQL min()

MySQL max()

About WordPress

WordPress is a free and open-source Content Management System (CMS). It is an online site based on PHP and MySQL. It is considered as the easiest and most popular CMS tool due to its features. The main feature of WordPress is its versatility and feasibility to use. There is no use of coding and designing skills for creating a website on this. Even a non-technical person can also create a website with the help of WordPress easily. WordPress was released on May 27, 2003 by its founders Mike Little and Matt Mullenweg.

Features of WP

WordPress is a free and open-source software. It is free to install and use.

Anyone can create his/her own website on this without any coding or designing skills.

It gives thousand types of template options to give any type of feel and look to a website.

It is very easy to customize as they come with their own option panel which allows users to select colors, background, sliders, fonts, logos and many more.

It provides both free and premium types of plugins. These plugins add extra functionality or may give a whole new platform to a website.

WordPress makes it very easy to insert media as videos, pictures to make its content more powerful.

WordPress is mobile-friendly as its themes are made responsive for small screens like tablets, smartphones to reach all its users.

WordPress dashboard always look the same. So it is very easy to use for new developer.

Contents of WordPress

1.Introduction About WP

What is WP

WP features

WP .com vs org

Downloading & Installing WP

1) On Local Server & 2) Using MS Webmatrix

2.WP Dashboard

WordPress Editor

Create WP site

WP Post

WP Pages

Post vs Pages

3.WP Comments

WP Comments

WP Categories

WP Tags

Categories vs Tags

WP Link

WP Appearance

4.WordPress Menus

Create & Update Menu

Header Menu & Footer Menu

5.WordPress Media Library

6.WordPress Themes

WP theme

Install & Activate WP themes

Free vs Paid WP themes

How to Update WordPress Themes

7.WordPress Plugins

WP plugins

Install WP Plugins

WP themes vs plugins

8.WP Page Builders

Elementor Page Builder

Visual Composer

WPBakery Page Builder

Beaver Builder

Divi Builder

9.WP Advance

Update WordPress

Backup WordPress

Reset Password

Update PHP in WP

WordPress Permalink

10. WP Users