Notes on a web journey

posted on: 11 January 2005

Setting up

filed under: @ 19:34:22 by 7colors

I'm setting up the new layout for sevencolors.org. I need a Content Management System and I want to write it myself, which means that I have to learn PHP and MySQL. I already know JavaScript, CSS and XHTML, understanding PHP and its syntax is not so difficult but understanding how the files interact with each other and where they are supposed to be on the server is proving a bit more difficult. I know how to link a JavaScript file to the page I want to call functions from but it doesn't seem to be the same for PHP. The tutorials that I have found so far are about PHP sytax, connecting to MySQL and also CMS always without really explaining the relations between the single files..

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