Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module H400. This topic is presented on public course Intermediate PHP - weekend course / hobby / club / leisure users
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Over the last two days, I've installed and configured MediaWiki, WordPress, Status.net and Drupal on one of our training systems, and looked (in each case) at how to configure them and install extra plugins / modules - both standardly available ones, and also how to start writing your own.
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There are many open source applications already written in PHP and available for you to use - though you'll need to know some PHP in some cases to help you tailor them as you install them, and to change their look and feel, and add in other modules and features. In this module, we'll give you a very brief overview of some of the more common of theses applications, and we'll install and tune an example application or two on our own test servers so that you can learn about the issues involved.
SimpleMachines Forum and PHPbb forums.
Blogging software such as WordPress.
Wikis such as MediaWiki.
Drupal - a Content Management Platform.
Joomla, a dynamic portal ending and CMS.
Moodle - a course management system (course NOT content!).
osCommerce, an online shop.
phpmyadmin for administration of database servers over the web.
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