What is PHP? If you’ve use the internet, the chances you’ve come across a site designed with PHP are very high, but you’ve probably never even realized it. In fact, such a large portion of the web uses PHP that the web as we know it today would probably not look the same without it. PHP in its most simple definition, is a programming language used to help build powerful websites, applications, and tools for use on the internet. Have you heard of HTML? If so, you probably won’t have a hard time understanding what makes PHP possible. However, if you’ve never heard of either HTML or PHP, then no worries. It is not as complicated as it may sound.
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If you’re planning to setup a new website, you might want to consider Drupal. Drupal is a content management system (CMS) as well as a content management framework (CRF) that is open source, and free to use for any purpose. Drupal in its most basic form is known as Drupal core, which offers basic content management tools such as an RSS feed, user accounts, page layout customizations, and a variety of other tools. Drupal can be used for almost any purpose and requires only PHP and MySQL to operate. The versatility offered by Drupal core has made it one of the world’s most popular CMS to use for websites of all shapes and sizes.
When it comes to setting up your new web site, there are some things you may or may not know, especially when it comes to working with a new web hosting provider. As a result, we often get many questions from visitors to our site who are interested in signing up with web hosting providers such as FatCow, iPage, and GreenGeeks, but they’re unsure about one aspect or another and exactly what’s involved. As a result, we’ve compiled a list of commonly asked questions concerning what you may not know about setting up a new web site.