Fully functional PHP blog with CMS
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Fully functional PHP blog with CMS

Learn PHP programing by creating nice and fully functional blog with Content Management System
3.4 (5 ratings)
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26 students enrolled
Last updated 10/2018
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This course includes
  • 21 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • To develop fully functional php blog with Content Management System.
  • You'll be able to work as a freelancer online being a Php developer which is very demanding today in the marketplace.
  • You'll be able to make any CMS Application after completing this course.
  • You'll be able to do CRUD “Create Read Update and Delete” data from the Data Base.
  • You'll be able to write MySQL queries and work with Data Base myPhpadmin.
  • Able to develop sites or blog with responsive design.
  • I will add new content each month.
  • You can enroll in second part FUDI blog with 20% discount after completed this course.
Course content
Expand all 80 lectures 20:50:29
+ Introduction
2 lectures 10:42

Small demonstration of the project that we are going to build together in this work-shop.

Preview 07:14
+ User Blog Area
5 lectures 01:17:04
Creating first data base
03:42
Establish connection part 1
20:11
Establish connection part 2
08:56
Header and establish connection
20:36
Navigation and footer
23:39
+ Admin Blog Area
37 lectures 09:01:09
8.Admin index and header
17:26
Admin db and connection
16:29
Tip One
03:20
Admin navigation part.1
07:54
Admin navigation part.2
12:08
Admin navigation part.3
07:20
Admin navigation part.4
14:50
Add Post page
22:04
Create DB posts
09:46
Working with the form add posts
25:34
Inserting data into db
05:38
Tip Two Industrium
11:16
Refactoring add Post
06:24
HTML structure index page
11:51
Display Post from DB
20:58
Limit the posts per page
10:04
Html structure view all posts page
13:33
View all posts
30:26
Create category
16:07
Tip Three
04:32
Display and re-Factoring Categories
11:56
Create post with Category
14:59
URL and category page
20:36
Edit post part.1
24:10
Edit post part.2
28:42
Edit post part.3
05:48
re-Factoring edit and delete posts
18:55
View all categories
13:35
Edit category part.1
18:05
Edit category part.2
10:14
Edit category part.3
15:11
Delete categories
12:57
Refactoring delete and admin part.1
12:32
Admin part.2
08:02
Admin part.3
15:12
Admin part.4
27:38
Admin part.5
14:57
+ User Blog Area part.2
31 lectures 09:46:17
Index page pagination
23:34
Blog search structure
11:25
Search page HTML structure
30:29
Search page functionality
30:05
HTML Structure categories sidebar
10:14
Categories sidebar functionality
08:47
Categories page sidebar
03:15
Category page pagination
35:47
Search page pagination
37:28
Tip Three
04:32
Structure categories sidebar
10:14
Categories sidebar functionality
08:47
Categories page sidebar
03:15
Category page pagination
35:47
Search pagination
37:28
Display selected post
24:10
Comment form structure&DB comments
23:53
Registration page
16:38
DB users
05:34
Tip Four
09:16
Registration functionality
28:50
Refactoring registration page
05:55
Login User page functionality part.1
31:38
Login User page functionality part.2
17:38
Login Admin page functionality part.1
45:30
Login Admin page functionality part.2
10:58
Comments form functionality part.1
18:59
Comments form functionality part.2
21:46
View all comments control panel
14:52
Delete comment
10:23
Advert banner
09:10
+ Admin Blog Area part 2
2 lectures 18:53
View All Users
10:24
Delete user
08:29
+ In the end
3 lectures 16:24
Hosting and domain
04:30
Download the Project bundle
02:43
Requirements
  • basic or no knowledge at all about php programming and frond end programming. Need IDE (integrate development Environment ) and Internet.
Description

It's safe to say that nearly every website that's up-to-date these days is using some form of content management system (CMS). While there are a ton of great free options that provide us with a CMS to power a website (WordPress, Drupal, etc.), it doesn't hurt to peek under the hood and get a feel for how these systems work,and to see that the custom build CMS are among the best nowadays.

 

This work-shop is intended to give you a feel for how PHP and MySQL interact together, and to show what is a CMS through practice  . I'll not  be skipping explanations of some of the very basic programming stuff in frond-end and back-end ,also I will write comments so you can easily navigate through the course.I'll try not to lose anyone, though, I promise.The project is made on DreamWeaver IDE so will learn also how to use one of the most powerful IDE on the market. I am ready to answer any questions that you might have.PHP is one of the most important web programming languages to learn, and knowing it, will give you SUPER POWERS in the web development world and job market place. 


Some of the major TOPICS are


  •     How to implement user registration and login

  •     Form submissions & interactions with PHP

  •     Variables in PHP

  •     Logical Operators in PHP

  •     Control Structures in PHP

  •     Comparison Operators in PHP

  •     Loops in PHP such as while(){},for(){}

  •     PHP pre-build  functions and custom functions

  •     Constants  PHP, OOP(Object Oriented Programing)

  •     Super Globals in PHP POST[],GET[]

  •     Sessions in PHP

  •     Working  with FILES in PHP

  •     Authentication

  •     Using Bootstrap

  •     LearnHTML5 and CSS from scratch (most commonly used up to advance as a animation)

  •     Databases in PHP.


Note: part 2 PHP CMS blog FUDI Coming Soon!(please see last lesson Where from here ) i will give 20% discount for all my students.Also i will add new content each month. 


Who this course is for:
  • People with basic knowledge about php programming up to upper-mediate level, because this work-shop has also advance php subjects such as working with SESSION .Good for people who just started to develop frond-end codding and want to be come frond-end developer , because this workshop has responsive design and we work a lot with css and bootstrap.