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rmcivo1
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Hiya I am new to PHP and MYSQL!! I love to make PHP programs for my website...I have made simple things like questionnaires, comments page.. and thats about it.

I would love to build a program where you can change the html and scripting of a webpage.. only using php, is this easily possible?

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PHP?

PHP can quite happily read and write files, so all you need to do is read the HTML files into a text area, then write it back out once it's been changed.

searching around the web will turn up all kinds of different versions, from the very simple to the monumentally complicated.

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PHP?

That is a relieve I thought it would be hard... do you have any recommended links?

Thanks

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PHP?

the best place to start looking is http://www.php.net and start reading the documentation to work out how to do what you want, or just search google for php stuff.

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PHP?

www.hotscripts.com is a good place for premade scripts for PHP. Many of them perhaps bigger than you need. ALternatively, although I don't like it, Dreamweaver (MX or MX 2004) has good PHP integration, and is good for learning/developing PHP within.

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