saving php files.
Posted 10 June 2003 - 12:04 AM
also this may be in the wrong section but i wouldn\'t know where to post it... right i have reasently got myself hosted independantly....(previously hosted by a friend) and i am baffled by the control pannel! Also i am doing an on line course in php and it says that when writing the time and date function...
$today = date(\"j/n/y\")
print(\"The current date is: $today\");
that you have to write out a load of othr stuff first like a-\"am\" or \"pm\", A - \"AM\" or \"PM\" etc but it doesn\'t say how to save it or where to upload it to on my site either using ftp or my control pannel.
i hope that someone understand what i have just said and can help.
Posted 10 June 2003 - 12:20 AM
as for the otehr questions, can you elaborate?
Posted 10 June 2003 - 12:28 AM
i am doing this course on php and am currently learning how to use the date and time function. The course states that in order to use this i have to write out the meaning of each little bit for example D-day of the week, textual, 3 letter; i.e. \"Fri\".
However it doesn\'t say where i save this info, do i have to write this out on the same page i am using the date function or do i save it seperately like when you use style sheets.
also where do i upload php files when i am uloading them to my ftp....my other basic html files i have uploaded into http docs.
i am a complete novice to all this, i have n\'t had one real lesson in anything to do with making a website, i am teaching myself which is why i am not very good at explaining things
hope i made a little bit more sence?
Posted 10 June 2003 - 12:34 AM
and to learn about the date(); function, go here.
http://www.php.net is the home of php, and you can search for anything you want to learn about there. Great tool, helps me out a ton.
Posted 10 June 2003 - 12:38 AM
i will check out the links you sent.
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