Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module H202. This module is presented on Private Courses
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This is a real live application Ð two scripts that run in succession to allow your site visitor to provide a review. On the first page, he's offered a form to complete, pre-filled with details in a URL that you've emailed him. On the second page, his response is emailed to you and he's thanked for his input. Although the code is very short and simple, this example introduces programmers from a non-web background to some important concepts used in glue-ing PHP to HTML, the browser, the server, and the email system.
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