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graphic interface lib for a php website?

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anybody can advice me about graphic interface libraries to build a generic
php website

thanks!
Emiliano
Jul 17 '05 #1
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emiliano scribbled something along the lines of:
anybody can advice me about graphic interface libraries to build a generic
php website

thanks!
Emiliano


One word: echo.

You don't need graphic interface libraries to build a generic PHP
website. PHP is primarily a Hypertext Preprocessor. The fastest way is
outputting HTML [1] directly via the print() function or the echo statement.

All interface design on a good website is done in HTML and CSS [2], so I
suppose that's where you want to start. Probably you'll want to look
into XHTML rather than HTML if you come from a programming background
and have experience with XML as data storage.

The displayed interface is not rendered by the server but by the
browser. If you want static interface, create Java or C++ programs
rather than websites please. The web is cluttered up by Java interfaces
and Flash "websites" enough already.

[1] http://www.w3schools.com/html/
[2] http://www.w3schools.com/css/
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Alan Plum, WAD/WD, Mushroom Cloud Productions
http://www.mushroom-cloud.com/
Jul 17 '05 #2

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