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Instructions how to program a simple WordPress PHP file
In order to ensure that you fully comprehend the fundamentals of PHP in WordPress, as well as the instructions for starting and stopping PHP in a single executable, try a small example of PHP script. Perform these easy tasks to build a basic HTML web page with built-in PHP functionality: In your standard text editors - Notepad (Windows) or TextMate (Mac) - open a new, empty filename, typing , and pressing Return.
informs the web navigator that this is an HTML file and should be viewed as a web page. Enter , and then hit Enter. HTML tags contain items that tell the web browsers about the documents; this information is scanned by the browsers but concealed from the web page visitors.
Enter This is a simple PHP page and then hit Enter. An HTML tags instructs the web browsers to show the text between the two HTML tags as the header of the page in the web browsers header. If this is the case, the day opens the order, and the day shuts it down and informs the web browsers that you have completed the name.
Input to exit the day from Step 2, and then hit Return. Typing defines the web page bodysuit, then pressing Return. Everything that is displayed after this day will appear in the web browsers area. To instruct the webbrowser to run a script in Windows XP, typing (be sure to add a blank first) and then hit return.
Enter to exit the HTML tags from step 5, and then hit Enter. The web interface will tell the web server that you have finished the text of the web page. Enter to exit the day from step 1, and then hit Enter. icon. This informs the web browsers that you are at the end of the HTML-file.
Once you have finished step 1 through 10, verify again that the text editors look like this: Once you have written your own html key, please complete these instructions to store and load your file: Store the test on your computer as test.php. Using FTP (File Transfer Protocol), transfer the testing.php files to the home folder of your web site.
Go to a web browsers and enter the URL http://yourdomain.com/testing.php in the web browser's own web interface area. One text line shows the test of my new PHP functionality. Well, if the test.php is displayed properly in your web browsers, happy birthday! PHP has been written to work in a web interface. Failure to display the testing.php in your web browsers will result in some frequent PHP bug reports indicating what bugs are present in your source files (usually giving the bug) plus the line number where the bug is present in the files.