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DevShed:
Completing an Extensible Website Engine with PHP 5
October 31, 2006 @ 12:04:00

DevShed is wrapping up their series on creating an extensible website engine with PHP 5 in this new tutorial - part two of the series.

Welcome to the final part of the series "Building an extensible website engine with PHP 5." In two tutorials, this series teaches you how to build a versatile website system which allows you to generate dynamic web documents by using a few simple PHP classes.

They demonstrate how to pull the contents of the page from the database to flesh out the content, push that data out into the page template itself, and, as a final step - they take a look at the entire system in action.

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