PHP Tutorials: Dynamic Pages (Part 1/3)

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Load files into a content area dynamically using $ _GET (eg index.php?p=contactus) WEBSITE phpacademy.org FORUM http TWITTER twitter.com FACEBOOK www.facebook.com
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14 Responses to “PHP Tutorials: Dynamic Pages (Part 1/3)”

  1. eminemchu43 Says:

    I hope you start it in the really beginning. What about the other who don’t know about HTML.

  2. TechnoXeroz Says:

    how could I remove the fileextension from index (.php) and all other pages Ill use?

  3. CPTDJB Says:

    Glad to see that you canned the table design from the previous version…

  4. textapps Says:

    Your videos are really useful.You explain every thing so simply and seem so easy.Thanks for all the videos you have uploaded yet and continue making the good work.Congratulations!

  5. benjsamson Says:

    Love the way you explain things. Very clear. Love your accent too. =)

    Thank you! Hope more quality tutorials like this on net.

  6. kerron68 Says:

    so is this just an easier way of getting around using include() and splitting up the page into header, sidebar, footer.php etc?

  7. n1tr0b Says:

    @eLDiSa1990 It’s shit when you only need to code PHP.. Not having those fancy tools

  8. heydude8999 Says:

    @ordiantakeover That is not true. Dreamweaver’s code view is a top-notch text (or script) editor when working with especially HTML, PHP and JavaScript.

  9. ordiantakeover Says:

    @eLDiSa1990 Dreamweaver is shit to code/script in.
    I only like it for creating an HTML&CSS page from a design.

  10. eLDiSa1990 Says:

    why you don’t use Dreamweaver?

  11. chunk0903 Says:

    Out of all the old tutorials you were recording again, this is the one I was most hoping you would upload soon.
    Thank you!

  12. w1shEX Says:

    Without watching this. Is the solution a switch statement that changes the paragaph’s included file based on the GET var?

    Eh, I can’t think of how to get rid of the included file when you jump pages. Alas, I must watch. 🙂

  13. w1shEX Says:

    @mrProgrammingGeek Nice! How’d you get first?!

  14. mrProgrammingGeek Says:

    1stt!!
    i like this!

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