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PHP is an HTML embedded scripting language. PHP (hypertext preprocessor) is created to make effective and impressive websites and web pages meant for a web application. The syntax is borrowed from C and Perl with its specific features in it. The goal of the language is to allow web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly. Global Web Guru provides certified PHP training course in Bhavnagar.

PHP – What’s It Do?

- Generate dynamic page content

- Encrypt data

- Used to control user-access

Course Details

Introduction

PHP is an extremely popular open-source scripting language that allows complex operations to be executed in a hypertext environment. This course gives depth training of Dynamic Web Development with use of latest technologies like WordPress, Joomla with MySQL as backend.

COURSE CONTENTS

  • HTML, DHTML, CSS, JAVA Script
  • PHP installation and Introduction
  • Contents of PHP
  • Basics
  • Variables
  • Loops
  • String
  • Functions in PHP
  • Email
  • Function
  • Arrays in PHP with Attributes
  • Date & Time Image Uploading
  • File handling in PHP
  • Function in PHP
  • Error handling in PHP

HTML5

Content of HTML5

  • Web Page Contains
  • Naming Conventions for Files and Folders
  • Tags and Attributes of HTML
  • Differences between HTML5 and HTML
  • How to Organize a HTML5 Website’s Files, Folders, and Code?
  • Introduction and Creating Content with HTML5
  • HTML5 Values and Units
  • What is a HEAD Element of HTML 5
  • Text Structuring Essentials in HTML5
  • Introducing to Semantic Structure in HTML5
  • Character Formatting Essentials in HTML5
  • Lists in HTML5
  • Links in HTML5
  • Tables in HTML5
  • Frames in HTML5
  • Forms in HTML5
  • Colors and Images in HTML5
  • Multimedia Elements like Video and Audio in HTML5
  • How to Deal with Special Characters in HTML5?
  • HTML5 Tips and Tricks

CSS3

Content of CSS3

  • CSS3 Basics
  • Style Definitions in CSS3
  • CSS3 Values and Units
  • CSS3 Inheritance and Cascading
  • Font Properties in CSS3
  • Text Formatting in CSS3
  • CSS3 Lists
  • Padding, Margins, and Borders in CSS3
  • Colors and Background in CSS3
  • CSS3 Layouts with Floating and Positioning
  • Pseudo Elements and Generated Content in CSS3
  • Dynamic HTML5 with CSS3
  • Media Styles and Defining Documents for Printing in CSS3
  • Tips to Create Advanced User Interface Styles Using CSS3
  • CSS3 Tips and Tricks
  • Testing and Validating CSS3
  • Dealing with Cross Browser Issues in HTML5 and CSS3
  • Compression or Optimization of CSS3
  • Tips to Create a Search Engine Friendly Website in HTML5 & CSS3
  • Optimizing Performance of a Website

Java Script

Content of Java Script

  • Including JavaScript in a Web page
  • Using the Document Object Model (DOM) to access the HTML elements on the page dynamically
  • Using JavaScript objects effectively, including the window object and the navigator object
  • Creating and using variables
  • Using event handlers to handle user-triggered events
  • Using regular expressions with string methods to perform basic validation
  • Working with primitive data types
  • Passing arguments to a function
  • Using conditional constructs and loops
  • Debugging JavaScript code
  • Using Geolocation and Web Storage JavaScript APIs
  • Working with JSON objects
  • Using Ajax to make asynchronous calls to a Web server

JQuery

Content Of JQuery

  • jQuery basics and functions
  • Using selectors with jQuery
  • Manipulating page elements with jQuery
  • jQuery event model
  • jQuery and Ajax
  • jQuery animation and advanced effects
  • jQuery plugins

Ajax

Content Of AJAX

  • The key elements of AJAX
  • Orchestrating the user experience with JavaScript
  • Defining look and feel using CSS
  • Organising the view using the DOM
  • Loading data ansynchronously using XML technologies
  • What sets AJAX apart