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Beginning PHP5, Apache, MySQL Web Development 0764579665 CHAPTER LEVEL TOC Note: The information in the cells below is actually entered on the Project Dates worksheet. Use the tabs on the bottom of the window to select that sheet for input. Title Beginning PHP 5, Apache, and MySQL Web Development ISBN 579665 Book Type WRB Author Elizabeth Naramore, Mike Glass, Yann LeScouranec, Jeremy Stolz, Jason Gerner Editor Angela Smith Alt. Contact Brian MacDonald Assigned CE #REF! Coordinator Input Coordinator name on Project Dates tab Cell B11 Proofreader #REF! Indexer #REF! Tech Editor #REF! Disk or CD: #REF! Part/ Chap Part/Chapter Title Start Cover FM (List all FM elements in order below - delete rows if element not needed) Half Title Page Title Page Copyright Page About the Author TOC Introduction I Getting Started 1 Configuring Your Installation II Movie Review Web Site 2 Creating PHP Pages 3 Using PHP with MySQL 4 Displaying Data in PHP 5 Form Elements 6 Letting the User Edit the Datab ase 7 Working with Images 8 Validating User Input 9 Handling and Avoiding Errors III Comic Book Fan Site 10 Building Databases 11 Sending E-mail 12 User Logins, Profiles, and Personalization 13 Content Management 14 Mailing Lists 15 Online Stores 16 Discussion Forums 17 Learning about Users with Logs 18 Troubleshooting AppA Answers to Exercises AppB PHP Fundamentals AppC Important PHP Functions AppD MySQL Data Types AppE MySQL Syntax and Reference AppF Comparison of Text Editors AppG Choosing a Third-Party Host AppH PEAR AppI AMP Installation Index Index Counts (D = no rounding; E-H = figs; I = rounded, with figures)
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
PHP (Computer program language).
Apache (Computer file : Apache Group).
MySQL (Electronic resource).
Web site development.