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In this introductory course, you will learn how to create a basic HTML 5 web page that you can make available on the Internet.

This course covers:

  1. How to edit an HTML file and view it in a web browser.
  2. The basic structure of an HTML file.
  3. How to add basic HTML tags and information in your web page.
  4. How to upload your HTML file to your web server.

This course covers 17 basic essential topics that will give you the tools you need to deliver interactive online e-learning courses to your e-learner students including:

  • Logging into Moodle
  • Using Moodle navigation and configuring dashboard
  • Creating courses and organizing them
  • Setting up progress and completion tracking
  • Creating glossaries, assignments, quizzes, feedback forms
  • ...and so much more.

The Learn PHP course is designed for people who want to get started using PHP but may not have a lot of previous programming experience.

This course will introduce you to the basics of PHP including:

  1. Introduction to PHP
  2. Making sure your web server supports PHP
  3. Terminology
  4. Local and Global Variables
  5. Mathematical Operators
  6. Displaying content
  7. Conditional branching
  8. Arrays
  9. Loops
  10. Functions
  11. Objects and Classes
  12. Creating and Handling Web Forms

Tired of re-creating your perfect development environment every few years? I prefer to purchase a solid laptop and have it serve me for 5-7 years rather than replace it every 1-2 years. What it comes down to for me is how much effort is required to install and configure all the software just the way you I like it. It takes me over a week before I have all the applications installed and configured just the way I like it. Until then, I spend a lot of time installing software I forgot to install, playing with settings, tweaking registry entries, etc. I prefer not to do it any more than I have to. By the time I am through with a laptop and ready to replace it, it is just fine for the average non-programmer to use as a regular everyday computer.

So, with that in mind, here is my advice...

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