PHP Tutorials: MySQL (Part 1)

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Using phpMyAdmin to create a new table on a database. The basics!
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25 Responses to “PHP Tutorials: MySQL (Part 1)”

  1. snippertheskater0000 Says:

    i wanna know it in dreamweaver8

  2. not4sale93 Says:

    you and the newboston are the best!

  3. not4sale93 Says:

    one word. thenewboston.

  4. aqil12321 Says:

    Do we save the php in our website file ? Or htdocs or others ? I don’t get it :l
    And the ConTEXT , can we use Notepad or Dreamweaver instead ?

  5. Maniack017 Says:

    notepad++ is better :$

  6. MrNathanShow Says:

    @1646Alex Well, I thought the check box for AI stand for artificial intelligence(me being a noob). So I was telling everyone with the new phpmyadmin that AI did not mean artificial intelligence it meant auto increment.

  7. HawxTeamDelta Says:

    thanks mr nice guy.. this is helpful

  8. 1646Alex Says:

    @MrNathanShow What?

  9. siktpe Says:

    Great turorial!

  10. MrNathanShow Says:

    in the new phpmyadmin the auto increment is the check box AI. AI in phpmyadmin is not artificial intelligence.

  11. samiwistler Says:

    PHP gurus

  12. EcuaUrbanoCom Says:

    =( no entiendo ni b

  13. Daniilregis Says:

    Mindfuck

  14. rxhxtx Says:

    amigo, vou lhe fazer uma pergunta bem de iniciante mesmo..
    onde fica “localhost” funciona em meu computador..
    porem, se eu quiser fazer o mesmo bando de dados funcionar no meu site…
    eu coloco um endereço que meu servidor vai passar? o meu login de ftp?
    o que eu preencho ali?
    se voce me ajudar vai desafogar de um problemao!!! rsrs
    abraço

  15. joshuacalebm Says:

    very nice

  16. joshuacalebm Says:

    @boywonderAR i’ll try to answer this, mysql is a type of database which usually contains the content, templates, designs, etc, for a website. Joomla is a Content Management System which needs a mysql database to run and store information on. Joomla separates design from content, html, etc. phpmyadmin is a type of program installed on a server that helps you manage mysql databases.

  17. boywonderAR Says:

    whats the difference between mysql joomla and phpmyadmin?

  18. pestinha26 Says:

    hello from portugal!
    i’ve been viewing you tutorials for some time now and “you” already helped me a lot and i have a question for you;
    i’m creating a basic online shop and i wanted to display mysql data in table columns. I’ve tried over and over again and i just cant get it to work so, i would like to ask you if you could give e a hand with this.

    thanks!

  19. vulcan671 Says:

    I too like this tutorial but I agree that it could of started with an overview of at least the myphpadmin interface; good job!

  20. alfareb Says:

    Tanks a lot for this video- tutorial. Best regards, from Cali, Alfareb

  21. huaxianglove Says:

    i think before you start doing everything, you should explain MYSQL and PHP first.
    Just suggestingg

  22. rahj8786 Says:

    very helpful! thanks.

  23. 69BadjaoLonewolf69 Says:

    BRAVO (CLAP CLAP) SENIOR!!!

  24. rohanpunj710 Says:

    actully i make out ur all the matter but i dont know wht sort of software is require…

  25. jesuslovesme09 Says:

    Really great tutorial. I was looking for something like this…so helpful! Thanks a ton. I’m going to watch your other ones 🙂

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