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By: Stefan Mischook

Wed, 05 Sep 2007 13:14:22 +0000

Hi Vilma, Just go to www.killerphp.com ... that is a good place to start. Stefan



By: Vilma Bharatan

Wed, 05 Sep 2007 12:25:29 +0000

Hi Stefan, I've just watched your PHP video tutorials as I wanted to find out more about setting up a dynamic website. I found it very useful as you had broken down the concepts of programming languages into smaller and easily understood bit sizes for the novice. I am only a researcher of medicinal plants and not a programmer or web developer but wanted more information as to how to go about setting up a dynamic website. Thank you for the excellent free tutorials, it is very much appreciated. Cheers, Vilma



By: Stefan Mischook

Tue, 07 Aug 2007 18:20:24 +0000

I know how you guys feel. But I've found that my greatest learning lessons have come from my greatest failures. So I see them (failures) as required in business and life. Stefan



By: Rambo Akel

Tue, 07 Aug 2007 18:17:52 +0000

Respiro, you are right but everyone has to fail at least one time.



By: Respiro Media

Tue, 31 Jul 2007 19:28:33 +0000

Stefan, I have to tell you that I don't like the failure. [Who does?...] Definitely, I understand your point, but... somehow... I just don't want to get there...