New to Frontpage 2003

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Adam Botzenhart

A few years ago I built a site using pure html in frontpage 2002. Just
recently I upgraded to Frontpage 2003 and I'm planning on rebuilding my site
from the ground up. I want to use databases and more advanced web scripting
and I understand that Frontpage 2003 supports PHP. My first question is: is
it possible or is there anything wrong with making a webpage using PHP and
HTML and also, does anyone have any websites that are helpful in learning
PHP and different techniques.

Thanks in advance,
Adam Botzenhart
www.abotz.net
 
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Jim Buyens

-----Original Message-----
A few years ago I built a site using pure html in
frontpage 2002. Just recently I upgraded to Frontpage
2003 and I'm planning on rebuilding my site from the
ground up. I want to use databases and more advanced
web scripting and I understand that Frontpage 2003
supports PHP. My first question is: is it possible or
is there anything wrong with making a webpage using PHP
and HTML
No, however, Frontpage 2003 supports PHP only in Code
View. There are no FrontPage components that use PHP.
and also, does anyone have any websites that are helpful
in learning PHP and different techniques.

Thanks in advance,
Adam Botzenhart
www.abotz.net
Billions. However, http://www.php.net is a good starting
point.

The Microsoft solution, of course, would be ASP or
ASP.NET.

Jim Buyens
Microsoft FrontPage MVP
http://www.interlacken.com
Author of:
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|| Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 Inside Out
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|| Web Database Development Step by Step .NET Edition
|| Microsoft FrontPage Version 2002 Inside Out
|| Faster Smarter Beginning Programming
|| (All from Microsoft Press)
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