3: Output In Browser Using PHP | PHP Tutorial | Learn PHP Programming | PHP for Beginners


Output In Browser Using PHP | PHP Tutorial | Learn PHP Programming | PHP for Beginners. In this PHP tutorial you will learn how to output in the browser using php, and you will write your first PHP code.

The “echo” statement in PHP is something that we will use frequently in our code throughout this PHP series, which is why I dedicated an entire episode on it.


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  1. So if we make index.php on "htdocs", then when we type localhost on a web browser, is it going to show the php file?

  2. I am running the servers on my mac and when I refresh the index.php file (I use atom as a text editor) it doesn't refresh. I have to manually delete the folder that is in phplessons then put the new one in.

    Can anyone help?

  3. I am newbie to PHP and your lessons are really clear and easy to follow. Thanks for sharing and it's really worth subscribed. :))

  4. I am following the tutorial, but cant have the parent directory. Though i can see the content of what i created. please help

  5. echo $some_var ? 'true': 'false';
    Can someone, please, help me with this? I don't understand what the "?" and ":" do or what they are for in this line.

  6. Truly ,my friend you are the best instructor ever, I have learned many tutorials from your channel, May God bless you.

  7. i saved it in .html extension but it doesnt show things inside <?php … ?>. i am using notepad++
    can you tell me what i can do?

  8. I apologize if you've answered this in later lessons. But, can PHP that's not being used to "echo", or "print" be placed outside of the body tags; preferably after the head tag is closed? I like to keep my code clean if at all possible.


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