Multimedia Programming with PHP -- IMED 2351 -- Section 83250

Resources


Backup Services
CSS References
Database Backup Instructions
Database Product Snooper
Database Schema
Database (MySQL/phpMyAdmin) Control Panel
Database (MySQL) Documentation
FTP Clients
FTP Info
General Information (including Handy Hints)
Greeking Site
HTML Editors
HTML References
HTML5 Template
Image Editors
Instructor's Completed Assignments Site
Online Files Storage and Backup
Password Management
PHP Installers
PHP References
Running Apps
Student Discounts on Software
Template, HTML5
Validators

W3C Validators    Back to Top

The W3C HTML Validator is not currently set up to validate a PHP page, but you can use these steps to validate your PHP pages anyway:

  1. Start the W3C HTML Validator.
  2. Select the "Validate by URI" tab in the Validator. It's the first tab, so it will probably be selected when you open the Validator.
  3. Display your PHP page in your browser, from the Web server.
  4. Copy the URL from the browser's address box.
  5. Paste the URL into the Address field of the Validator.
  6. Click "Check". The Validator will "see" only HTML, and will validate it for you.

Template for creating a new HTML5 document:    Back to Top

(If you are setting up your main class index page, you can look at the Homework Requirements page and copy the templates there, if you wish.)

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
<head>
  <meta charset="UTF-8">
  <title>HTML5 Template</title>
  <link rel="stylesheet" href="myStyles.css">
</head>

<body>
  <!-- Your HTML content goes inside the body tag, below this comment.  -->
</body>
</html>
  

Online File Storage and Backup    Back to Top


Running Apps from Portable Storage    Back to Top


Password Management    Back to Top


PHP References    Back to Top


PHP Installers    Back to Top


FTP Information    Back to Top


Database Schema    Back to Top


Database Backup Instructions     Back to Top

When you need to backup or move your MySQL database, follow these instructions to create a backup file:

When you are ready to restore or re-create your MySQL database, follow these instructions to import the backup file:


Database (MySQL/phpMyAdmin) Control Panel    Back to Top


MySQL Documentation    Back to Top


Database Product Snooper    Back to Top


Greeking Source    Back to Top


Student Discounts on Software:     Back to Top


HTML Editors    Back to Top


FTP Clients    Back to Top


Image-Editing Software    Back to Top


HTML Information and References    Back to Top


Cascading Style Sheet Information and References    Back to Top


General Information    Back to Top