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Take input and generate XML

 
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So as I have installed both Eclipse and Netbeans IDEs


Use whatever feels right for you. It's a matter of personal preference. Keep in mind that to write simple PHP pages you don't need to use any IDE. So if those keep tripping you up, just leave them out of the picture.

please find it attached here and kindly advise further.


Advise on what? Are you stuck with something?
 
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I mean as initially i was advised to start server side programming using laravel for resolution of my problem so i meant to ask the sam that now how could I proceed further as a resolution of this problem now.


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Open a command line interface in the htdocs folder inside your Xampp installation folder, and type "laravel new projectName", but obviously replace projectName with whatever you want to call your web service. It will take a while to create the new project, so have patience.

To work on the project in NetBeans, you first have to configure NetBeans for PHP. In your NetBeans plugin portal (Tools -> Plugins), under "Available plugins", you will want to install "PHP" and "Composer". It's possible that these are already installed, then they won't appear in the list.

Go to (Tools -> Options -> PHP) and make sure that the PHP executable is configured under "General" and that the Composer executable is configured under "Frameworks and Tools".

After you've verified this, you can open your Laravel project using the "PHP Application with Existing Sources" project wizard. When you get to "Run Configuration", make sure to select the public/index.php file of your web service.

You should now be able to run the  application. A nice main page displaying "Laravel" should appear.
 
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as advised when typed "laravel PRJ1" got attached error.
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inside htdocs folder attachment.
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it seems under available plugins for PHP name there are many comings like shown in attached screen shot and one PHP is already installed as shown in attachment screen shot but could not find any for composer nethier in available nor in already installed and even tried to use search box to find composer but could not find it anywhere so far.

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php installed screenshot missed in last post.
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John Ken wrote:as advised when typed "laravel PRJ1" got attached error.


You did not follow my instructions correctly. I'm not going to repeat this.
 
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is this the composer which i have attached as screenshot with this post to which you are saying to check or verify "is configured under "Frameworks and Tools".

and where is this PHP Application with Existing Sources" project wizard.

Thanks
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As I suspected, you are getting completely bogged down with your tools, rather than the task at hand. Creating some HTML/CSS and PHP does not require any IDE.
 
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John Ken wrote:where is this PHP Application with Existing Sources" project wizard.


Under New Project...

As Tim said though, you don't actually NEED an IDE to do this. You can directly edit the source files in the project you created with the laravel command.
 
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ok,i just followed instructions as previously i was told that i need laravel to start doing server side programming. so i kept on following given instructions,please find attached screen shot according to which it seems i have been able to install it successfully but only these instructions were pending"After you've verified this, you can open your Laravel project using the "PHP Application with Existing Sources" project wizard. When you get to "Run Configuration", make sure to select the public/index.php file of your web service.

You should now be able to run the  application. A nice main page displaying "Laravel" should appear."

So if i skip remaining instructions to speed up with my main problem then kindly advise what should i do next considering curent case where i was able to design HTML page with image field as a file to browse it's location from given path and then i was advised parallely configure laravel to do server side programming to solve this problem so what should i do next to resolve my problem kindly advise ..

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Learning a framework like Laravel when you're struggling so much with the basics is a distraction. From what you said you will have one input screen, which when processed creates a file. You don't need any framework for that, nor any IDE. All these things that you're battling with are unnecessary.

It sounds as if you have never done PHP programming, so I suggest to start by learning that. Make it process the simple form you have. Then make it create an XML file. Then expand the form to handle a variable number of input fields. Step by step. That's how you learn, and how you get something done that is too big at the outset.
 
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please find missing attachment for laravel attached with this post.

Also I had designed form already please find the below HTML web form with respect to the mentioned problem here.

But now the problem is how to 1) make it create an XML file.

2) Then expand the form to handle a variable number of input fields.

So Kindly advise how to make below webpage capable enough to create an XML file with respect to my problem stated earlier in current situation? and What could I do to expand it so that it could handle variable number of input fields?







<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
     <title>Form</title>

</head>

<body>
   <form>
          a media URL:<br />
          <input type="text" />
       
          <br /><br />
          an Image:<br />
          <input type="file" />

          <br /><br />
     
         Title:<br />
         <input type="text" />

         <br /><br />
     
     
        <input type="submit" />
     
     </form>

  </body>
  </html>

Thanks much..
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We can't tell you everything in forum posts; if you don't know HTML, Javascript and PHP, you'll have to learn them.
 
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I am learning as fast as possible but considering current issue what i have coded for HTML web page I shared it  but now the issue is how can we alter it to generate desired XML and then expand the form to handle a variable number of input fields.

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Any Java/XML expert could someone please guide further how can i proceed further so far laravel also seems to be installed only server side  thing is pending for this  so whoever has expert knowledge could please guide here me further.

Thanks much...
 
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PatienceIsAVirtue

What have you learned in the last 6 hours? If you haven't learned anything, what have you tried to accomplish?
 
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I have been struggling a lot ..and found one example which seems to be matching like my case but not completely :-https://stackoverflow.com/questions/6066837/how-to-write-data-from-form-in-html-to-xml-with-javascript

But I am unable to recreate this scenario specific to my problem.

 
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That uses ActiveX - just forget about it.

In my earlier post I suggested a series of steps you can take to arrive at the solution. If at any point you find that you're missing required skills, like HTML, JavaScript and PHP, then you will need to pick those up as you go along. Each of those is much too big to be taught in forum posts; I suggest to follow online tutorials or introductory books. Good luck.
 
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Ok,Thanks...

So as part of solution of this problem I assume based on discussion so far that it is a 2 step solution:-

1) Convert my HTML file to XML file : Done with the help of this link:-https://www.freefileconvert.com/html-xml


2) Expand the form to handle a variable number of input fields. :- For this I am not sure yet how to achieve this so far have been trying by following different online tutorials etc. So I needed experts advise here
Who could assist me to take this problem to a closure soon now.

Thanks much..
 
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Convert my HTML file to XML file


No. I'm sorry, but do you have any idea how web development works? HTML forms that get submitted to a server, where they get processed to achieve the desired result (in this case, creation of an XML file) - does that ring a bell at all?

Maybe it's time to take a step back: Why do you want this to be a web app? What will happen to the XML file once it has been created? Is there a reason this could not be a desktop app? Given that you seem to have not web development experience, that might be a quicker way to success.
 
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Web development is all about client-server interactions. A client (your web browser, smart phone, etc.) make a request over a network, probably
using the HTTP as a protocol, requesting information. A server receives that request, and processes it.

I did not understand what did you mean by ringing a bell -i simply uploaded my HTML file to this link(https://www.freefileconvert.com/html-xml) and downloaded XML file which was desired as part
of step 1 to solve this problem.

Web app is needed so that every one on internet could access it online and Would also give me an opportunity to improve my web skills.

Once we create the XML file then We will Expand the form to handle a variable number of input fields.


Thanks..
 
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i simply uploaded my HTML file to this link(https://www.freefileconvert.com/html-xml) and downloaded XML file which was desired as part of step 1 to solve this problem.


Not sure where you got that idea, but as I said in my last post, this is wrong. There's nothing you can with this XML. What you need is an HTML form you can submit to a server (you already have most of that), and then a PHP page that processes it. Once all that works, you can expand the HTML page to handle a variable number of input fields, instead of just a single one (you'll need JavaScript for this). I said all this before, and suggested you approach this step by step, learning as you go along.

Web app is needed so that every one on internet could access it online and Would also give me an opportunity to improve my web skills.


OK. Earlier you said only admins should access this page, so I assume that you have now relaxed this requirement.
 
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No ,sorry if i was misunderstood in terms on online means whoever is the admin that only could access it.

also for processing my HTML web page by PHP do i need to download  PHP software from here https://www.php.net/ if,yes then exactly which one should i download  from this link.


...Thanks  Much
 
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John Ken wrote:No ,sorry if i was misunderstood in terms on online means whoever is the admin that only could access it.

also for processing my HTML web page by PHP do i need to download  PHP software from here https://www.php.net/ if,yes then exactly which one should i download  from this link.


...Thanks  Much



I meant clarification for first line is whoever is the admin that could access it online.

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also for processing my HTML web page by PHP do i need to download  PHP software from here https://www.php.net/ if,yes then exactly which one should i download  from this link.


You spent a couple of days getting Apache with PHP running with XAMPP - use that instead of installing yet more software.
 
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John Ken wrote:is this the composer which i have attached as screenshot with this post to which you are saying to check or verify "is configured under "Frameworks and Tools".

and where is this PHP Application with Existing Sources" project wizard.

Thanks



Actually that i got stuck this point so not sure whether it was installed successfully to use PHP fetures  here or not.

As I was advised later on to solve my problem i was unnecessarily installing it where as it was no more required so i had quit from this point onwrds and started focussing to main problem again but now as have beed advised that i need a PHP page to process my HTML page so looks like either i will have to proceed from this point where i had got stuck or need advise should i directly download it from this link https://www.php.net/

Kindly advise here..

Thanks much...
 
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You installed PHP as part of XAMPP. You were never advised not to use PHP, you were advised that IDEs and Laravel complicate matters without helping you much at this point.

A couple of days you posted something containing a "step 4", which is about PHP. Go back to that, and check that PHP works.
 
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John Ken wrote:

John Ken wrote:

John Ken wrote:i configured it as bin location of Xampp like java last time but ended up in attached error attaching screen shots for path and php not recognized command.

Thanks



updated path as per advice still same error 'php not recognized..'



Thanks ! it seems after following your instructions and restarting my computer i have been able to install php successfully please refer attachhed screen shot for same reference.

Now as it seems to be installed kindly advise how could i write server side program using laravel for my problem?


Thanks much !!



Did you mean this one?
 
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Stephan van Hulst wrote:Open a command line interface in the htdocs folder inside your Xampp installation folder, and type "laravel new projectName", but obviously replace projectName with whatever you want to call your web service. It will take a while to create the new project, so have patience.

To work on the project in NetBeans, you first have to configure NetBeans for PHP. In your NetBeans plugin portal (Tools -> Plugins), under "Available plugins", you will want to install "PHP" and "Composer". It's possible that these are already installed, then they won't appear in the list.

Go to (Tools -> Options -> PHP) and make sure that the PHP executable is configured under "General" and that the Composer executable is configured under "Frameworks and Tools".

After you've verified this, you can open your Laravel project using the "PHP Application with Existing Sources" project wizard. When you get to "Run Configuration", make sure to select the public/index.php file of your web service.

You should now be able to run the  application. A nice main page displaying "Laravel" should appear.



Could you please verify whether attached screen shots prove desired verification before I  open my Laravel project using the "PHP Application with Existing Sources" project wizard.
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..also is the attached screen shot another proof that i have installed in successfully on my computer and only thing is pending to start using this PHP software to make a page which could process my HTML page?

Also if I am just few steps away to solve my problem then I would request experts kindly help me I am also putting all mybest efforts learning it through online tutorials in between needed your coordination as well to quickly solve my problem .


...Thanks much
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You have installed PHP successfully. You went through a lengthy exchange with Stephan as to whether PHP in Apache is installed and working - go back to that, re-read it, and act on Stephan's advice.

Did you mean this one?


How could i? I specifically said "step 4" - where does it say "step 4" in that?
 
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John Ken wrote:please see below manual it says no where we have facility to configure this wanted server(apache) also i have tried to configure it directly saving as apache please refer attached screen shot still unable to see port number if i click on start button on control pabel of XAMPP:-
###### ApacheFriends XAMPP Version 7.4.3 ######

Important! PHP in this package needs the Microsoft Visual C++ 2017 Redistributable package from
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/. Please ensure that the VC++ 2017 runtime
libraries are installed on your system.

 + Apache 2.4.41
 + MariaDB 10.4.11
 + PHP 7.4.3 (VC15 X86 64bit thread safe) + PEAR
 + phpMyAdmin 5.0.1
 + OpenSSL 1.1.0g
 + ADOdb 518a
 + Mercury Mail Transport System v4.63 (not included in the portable version)
 + FileZilla FTP Server 0.9.41 (not included in the portable version)
 + Webalizer 2.23-04 (not included in the portable version)
 + Strawberry Perl 5.16.3.1 Portable
 + Tomcat 7.0.100
 + XAMPP Control Panel Version 3.2.4.
 + XAMPP mailToDisk 1.0 (write emails via PHP on local disk in <xampp>\mailoutput. Activated in the php.ini as mail default.)

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* System Requirements:

 + 64 MB RAM (RECOMMENDED)
 + 750 MB free fixed disk
 + Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10

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* ATTENTION!!!

For trouble with the mysql connection (via mysqlnd API in php) see also the startpage:
http://localhost/xampp/index.php

* QUICK INSTALLATION:

[NOTE: Unpack the package to your USB stick or a partition of your choice.
There it must be on the highest level like E:\ or W:\. It will
build E:\xampp or W:\xampp or something like this. Please do not use the "setup_xampp.bat" for an USB stick installation!]

Step 1: Unpack the package into a directory of your choice. Please start the
"setup_xampp.bat" and beginning the installation. Note: XAMPP makes no entries in the windows registry and no settings for the system variables.

Step 2: If installation ends successfully, start the Apache 2 with
"apache_start".bat", MySQL with "mysql_start".bat". Stop the MySQL Server with "mysql_stop.bat". For shutdown the Apache HTTPD, only close the Apache Command (CMD). Or use the fine XAMPP Control Panel with double-click on "xampp-control.exe"!

Step 3: Start your browser and type http://127.0.0.1 or http://localhost in the location bar. You should see our pre-made
start page with certain examples and test screens.

Step 4: PHP (with mod_php, as *.php), Perl by default with *.cgi, SSI with *.shtml are all located in => C:\xampp\htdocs\.
Examples:
- C:\xampp\htdocs\test.php => http://localhost/test.php
- C:\xampp\htdocs\myhome\test.php => http://localhost/myhome/test.php

Step 5: XAMPP UNINSTALL? Simply remove the "xampp" Directory.
But before please shutdown the apache and mysql.

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* PHP MAIL FUNCTION:

There are three ways to work with the PHP Mail function.

1) With XAMPP mailToDisk every mail sending via the PHP mail() function will written in the <xampp>\mailoutput folder. MailToDisk is the default you do not have to change the php.ini. And please do not use mailToDisk for production!
2) With fakemail (sendmail.exe) you will send all mail() to your personal mail account. Therefore you have to edit the <xampp>\sendmail\sendmail.ini first. Then please activate fakemail (sendamil.exe) in the php.ini and comment out the mailToDisk line.
3) You can use a SMTP Server like the Mercury Mail Server alternate. Therefore comment out all sendmail_path lines in the php.ini. Now use the -> SMTP = localhost und -> smtp_port = 25 lines of course with your values in the php.ini.

Attention : If XAMPP is installed in a base directory with spaces (e.g. c:\program files\xampp) fakemail and mailtodisk do not work correctly. In this case please copy the sendmail or mailtodisk folder in your root folder (e.g. C:\sendmail) and use this for sendmail_path.

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* PASSWORDS:

1) MySQL:

  User: root
  Password:
  (means no password!)

2) FileZilla FTP:

  [ You have to create a new user on the FileZilla Interface ]

3) Mercury:

  Postmaster: postmaster (postmaster@localhost)
  Administrator: Admin (admin@localhost)

  TestUser: newuser
  Password: wampp

4) WEBDAV:

  User: xampp-dav-unsecure
  Password: ppmax2011

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* ONLY FOR NT SYSTEMS! (NT4 | Windows 2000 | Windows XP):

- \xampp\apache\apache_installservice.bat
 ===> Install Apache 2 as service

- \xampp\apache\apache_uninstallservice.bat
 ===> Uninstall Apache 2 as service

- \xampp\mysql\mysql_installservice.bat
 ===> Install MySQL as service

- \xampp\mysql\mysql_uninstallservice.bat
 ===> Uninstall MySQL as service

==> After all un- / installations of services, better restart system!

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A matter of security (A MUST READ!)

As mentioned before, XAMPP is not meant for production use but only for developers in a development environment. The way XAMPP is configured is to be open as possible and allowing the developer anything he/she wants. For development environments this is great but in a production environment it could be fatal. Here a list of missing security
in XAMPP:

- The MySQL administrator (root) has no password.
- The MySQL daemon is accessible via network.
- phpMyAdmin is accessible via network.
- Examples are accessible via network.

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* MYSQL NOTES:

(1) The MySQL server can be started by double-clicking (executing) mysql_start.bat. This file can be found in the same folder you installed XAMPP in, most likely this will be C:\xampp\.
The exact path to this file is X:\xampp\mysql_start.bat, where "X" indicates the letter of the drive you unpacked XAMPP into. This batch file starts the MySQL server in console mode. The first intialization might take a few minutes.
Do not close the DOS window or you'll crash the server! To stop the server, please use mysql_stop.bat, which is located in the same directory. Or use the fine XAMPP Control Panel with double-click on "xampp-control.exe" for all these things!

(2) To use MySQL as Service for NT / 2000 / XP, simply copy the "my.ini" file to "C:\my.ini". Please note that this file has to be placed in C:\ (root), other locations are not permitted. Then execute the "mysql_installservice.bat" in the mysql folder.

(3) MySQL starts with standard values for the user id and the password. The preset user id is "root", the password is "" (= no password). To access MySQL via PHP with the preset values, you'll have to use the following syntax:

mysql_connect("localhost", "root", "");

If you want to set a password for MySQL access, please use of MySQL Admin.
To set the passwort "secret" for the user "root", type the following:

C:\xampp\mysql\bin\mysqladmin.exe -u root -p secret

After changing the password you'll have to reconfigure phpMyAdmin to use the new password, otherwise it won't be able to access the databases. To do that, open the file config.inc.php in \xampp\phpmyadmin\ and edit the following lines:

$cfg['Servers'][$i]['user']            = 'root';   // MySQL User
$cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type']       = 'http';   // HTTP authentification

So first the 'root' password is queried by the MySQL server, before phpMyAdmin may access.

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Have a lot of fun! | Viel SpaƟ! | Bonne Chance!



Ok I think you meant to say Step 4:  here right?

 
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but why do i need to reread those instructions whereas I had already completed those steps and just like below things were pending for verification :
"Open a command line interface in the htdocs folder inside your Xampp installation folder, and type "laravel new projectName", but obviously replace projectName with whatever you want to call your web service. It will take a while to create the new project, so have patience.

To work on the project in NetBeans, you first have to configure NetBeans for PHP. In your NetBeans plugin portal (Tools -> Plugins), under "Available plugins", you will want to install "PHP" and "Composer". It's possible that these are already installed, then they won't appear in the list.

Go to (Tools -> Options -> PHP) and make sure that the PHP executable is configured under "General" and that the Composer executable is configured under "Frameworks and Tools".

After you've verified this, you can open your Laravel project using the "PHP Application with Existing Sources" project wizard. When you get to "Run Configuration", make sure to select the public/index.php file of your web service.

You should now be able to run the  application. A nice main page displaying "Laravel" should appear."

and to confirm verification for the same i have shared required screen shot but unable to get further advise here..

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is there any chat forum on this forum so hat speed at which we communicate could be improved or any desktop sharing app available so that  i could share my desktop to check all these settings quickly with the help of experts quickly as it's been already past couple of days and i am not getting desired level of help which i was expecting from this expert forum.

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John Ken wrote:is there any chat forum on this forum so hat speed at which we communicate could be improved or any desktop sharing app available so that  i could share my desktop to check all these settings quickly with the help of experts quickly as it's been already past couple of days and i am not getting desired level of help which i was expecting from this expert forum.

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I am sorry if this has hurt to nyone i just meant that if there are any tools apart from this message posting like chat tool or screen viewer tool to take remote help from experts for sorting out issues quickly rather than keep on dragging for many days over small small issues.

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any updates by experts please?


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I think you have a completely wrong idea of what level of support you can expect from people for free. If you want one-on-one help by direct means, I'll be happy to do that. My fees start at EUR 75 per hour plus VAT, for a minimum of 8 hours, payable up front.

As to the other parts, you seem still stuck on NetBeans and Laravel - please forget about those already. They're distractions that make things more difficult at this point, not easier. What you need is PHP working on Apache - what you just reposted contains the URLs you need to check for that. Once that works you can start adding PHP pages that process the HTML page you created earlier.
 
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