Dynamic Web Development Basics
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Dynamic Web Development Basics

We will create a MySQL database, setup a web page that connects to the database, retrieves data, & manipulates data.
4.8 (5 ratings)
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Created by The Digital Craft
Published 11/2012
English
Dynamic Web Development Basics
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What Will I Learn?
  • Create a MySQL database
  • Retrieve and edit data on a website
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Requirements
  • HTML or Text Editor
  • Access to Hosting Account or Local Server
Description

In this series we will create a simple mySQL database. Then we will setup a web page that connects to the database, retrieves data, then manipulates the data.

You will learn how to use a web page to modify content within a database.  This content can then be displayed on a web page.

Who is the target audience?
  • Individuals looking to start learning how to make dynamic websites
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Curriculum For This Course
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Dynamic Web Development Basics
5 Lectures 00:00
In this first part of the series we will setup our MYSQL database using phpMyAdmin. The next part will focus on setting up our document to connect to the database using PHP in Dreamweaver.
Part 1
ImportContent

In this first part we will focus on setting up our document to connect to the database using PHP in Dreamweaver.
Part 2
ImportContent

In the 3rd part of this series we will be retrieving data from the database and outputting it to our web page.
Part 3
ImportContent

In this part of the series we will style the content and filter our results.
Part 4
ImportContent

This is the final part of the series. We will use links on our page to update or change data in the database.
Part 5
ImportContent
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Lead Instructor: Alan Quandt

I am a well established educator in the fields of Web Design & Development, Graphic Design, Video Editing / Motion Graphics, Social Media Management and Internet Marketing / Strategies.

Unlike most college professors, I have over a decade of professional experience in the fields that I teach. While I have a degree in Digital Media, I combine the traditional method of teaching how to use the tools of the trade with wisdom and insight of the professional world.

Along with that combination of skill and wisdom, I make sure that I clearly explain what I am doing, how I did it, and why it is done in the way I have shown. Many educators will show examples, but never explain themselves.

I strive to leave my students with only one question after completing my courses, "What is next?".

I have been providing free tutorial series on YouTube as well as private sessions for those who want to learn more and/or how to custom tailor the skills they have learned from my videos.

While I keep my promise to my viewers to continue to provide free video tutorial series for those who cannot afford private sessions and/or courses: I am also providing structured courses on this website in order to continue to fund The Digital Craft and our endeavors.