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Old 10-17-2016, 07:25 AM   #1
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Arrow Your HTML Is Already PHP-Compliant!

PHP is already perfectly at home with HTML—in fact, it is generally embedded within HTML. As you’ll see in later chapters, PHP rides piggyback on some of the cleverer parts of the HTML standard, such as forms and cookies, to do all kinds of useful things.

Anything compatible with HTML on the client side is also compatible with PHP. PHP could not care less about chunks of JavaScript, calls to music and animation, applets, or anything else on the client side. PHP will simply ignore those parts, and the Web server will happily pass them on to the client.

It should thus be clear that you can use any method of developing Web pages and simply add PHP to that method. If you’re comfortable having teams work on each page using huge multimedia graphics suites, you can keep on doing that. The general point is that you don’t need to change tools or workflow order—just do what you’ve been doing and add the server-side functionality at the end.

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