The area of Settime is 6,700,000.0 square meters.
It is used to tell the sever to use the PHP parser. To begin php you must use <?php, and to end it, it is ?>.
You can't use PHP in an HTML document, but you can use HTML in PHP script.
The population of Settime is 561.
Firstly, this is wrong question. The right one would be WHEN should you use PHP, not JSP? or, WHEN should you use PHP and WHEN JSP?
PHP files extension is .php
PHP 5 has a XML parser called SimpleXML that you could use.
PHP certification is received after doing some sort of PHP course, there are many out there to do. You can use them in your CV to help you get a job in PHP.
You can use phpMailer() Or, you can use mail() PHP function to send emails via PHP script.
There are no PHP tags. Unlike HTML, PHP is not Markup language. They use scripts. An example would be <?php echo "Hello, World!"; ?>
default extension for PHP is .php
Press Ctrl+Shift+C, then type in settime 0-24. This sets the hour of the day.
PHP itself is a scripting language, and uses it's own PHP interpreter (engine).
PHP is an Open Source Scripting Language. We can create Web Pages and Web Applications using PHP.
Yes, you can use PHP without any admin account. It is a programming language you can install on any computer and does not have accounts inherently.
In website development, frames are an HTML concept. There are no frames in PHP.
In terminal use the following command. php -ver
All big companies work in PHP. It is a growing technology.....
To test PHP on your computer you can use a localhost. I use XAMPP for my localhost and it hasn't failed me yet.
That's PHP Engine.. Allow you to develop PHP Scripts.. you can use it to develop PHP Scripts and test it on your local machine before you send it to server.. (your website)
You can find information about how to use PHP 5 online from the Sunlib website. Once on the page, click on the PHP Tutorial link in the top navigation bar to proceed to the PHP 5 information.
change the extention of the .HTML file to .php and then open the file that was previously HTML and put <?php include ("path/to/second/php/file.php"); ?> so for example if i have page1.HTML and page2.php i rename page1.HTML to page1.php and then put <?php include ("page2.php"); ?> where i want page2 to appear. Note: Any HTML file can be renamed to have a .php extention even if it doesnt contain any PHP.
There are millions of websites that use PHP, some notable ones are Facebook, Digg, Wikipedia and many more.
You can use the GD extension for PHP to edit image files.
To rename a file in PHP the easiest way to do it is to use the rename() function. <?php rename("before.txt", "after.html"); ?>