At that time PHP 5 was the existing version. Today’s version is PHP 7 and we have not retested. Information for installing a localhost was based on Windows 7. Might still work. MAY NOT. I’m old, exhausted, have, and sluggish exchanged Home windows for Linux. The mixture of MYSQL and PHP when used together can create some pretty impressive results for dynamic interactive websites.

Unfortunately, PHP/MySQL has always been a confusing subject for beginner website authors and even some with experience. It is definitely a hassle to create your database on your web host’s server and then use scripts to include data or records to the database and provide gain access to for your website users.

This tutorial will show you A BETTER WAY. I’ll show you how, step-by-step, to build your data source and your scripts directly on your PC and then Export everything to your web-hosting accounts after you’ve exercised all the pests. I’ll introduce you to 2 tools that can make the experience easier and successful for almost everyone that attempts.

The lessons provided in this tutorial will be short and simple. You’ll learn to create and manipulate a simple database of names and birthdates. To be able to build your data source on your computer and later Export it to your website requires setting up a localhost server on your PC and finding an HTML editor that will sync up with the server.

If you utilize Windows, the process of establishing and running a local host to be able to test and edit scripts and build directories is very easy. I would recommend the IndigoAMPP web server and the HTMLPad 2014 HTML editor. I recently installed IndigoAMPP for Windows on my Windows 7 system and it ran on the first try after installation.

  1. Open the app it will show you an ip address
  2. Improving business processes
  3. Code sniffing,
  4. Create a retargeting set of attendees to market additional offer/upsell
  5. You can make the touchpad (trackpad) of your laptop behave better with a simple tweak
  6. Make your content Easily Accessible

Setting up HTMLPad 2014 to utilize additionally it is an easy process. Windows Vista User: You need to turn off the Windows User Account security feature when setting up and using both IndigoAMPP server and the PostCast mail server (if using to test email scripts). Just check the container when installing and using these tools.

I created a little tutorial that shows the complete process including how to begin the server once you install it. Note: The server is FREE and you could try the HTML editor for 30 classes or 30 days free. If you cannot figure out how to build your database in that amount of time, don’t buy the editor.