What you would learn in From Browser to Database: HTML Form to MySQL Database using PHP course?
Transferring information from the form using a browser for the web to a database on a server is essential knowledge for a web designer. In this course, you'll learn how to build forms in HTML as well as how to validate data using PHP, and also how to save the form to a MySQL database.
In brief, specific lessons will be taught:
How do I create a form using HTML
Different input controls for various kinds of data
How do you verify the form's data in PHP?
There are various methods to save the information to the MySQL Database
How do you accomplish this securely and safely?
This course is designed for those who are new to web development who need to master one of the most fundamental aspects for creating a website - collecting data from visitors to your site into a database stored on the server.
In the class, you'll create your form using HTML and process the information from the form in PHP and save the result to the MySQL database.
A basic understanding of HTML, PHP, and SQL is highly recommended. However, the code used within the tutorials is explained thoroughly and includes references to the documentation if required.
2. Set Up Your Development Environment: Install Recommended Software
3. Create an HTML File and View it in the Browser
4. Add a Form with a Simple Text Input and Associated Label
5. Add Different Types of Controls for Entering Text
6. Add a CSS Style Sheet to Add Formatting to the Form Easily
7. Add a Control to Select a Value from a Drop-down List
8. Add Controls to Select One Value From a Range of Options
9. Add a Control to Choose Between Two Mutually Exclusive Options
10. Add a Button and Attributes to Send the Form's Data to the Server
11. Add a File to Process the Submitted Form Data and Change How it's Sent
12. Change the Values Sent from the Select, Radio, and Checkbox Inputs
13. Avoid Errors if a Value is not Part of the Form Data
14. Apply a Filter to the Form Values, Validating the Data Type and Range
15. Filter the Checkbox Input and Optionally Filter the Values into an Array
16. Validate the Form Data and Output a Validation Message if Invalid
17. Validate the Form using Client-Side Validation in the Browser
18. Create a Database to Store the Data from the Form
19. Create a Table in the Database to Store Ticket Records
20. Connect to the Database from PHP
21. Insert a New Record into the Database from PHP
22. Manually Escape String Values to Avoid an SQL Injection Attack
23. Use a Prepared Statement to Insert a New Record
24. Use the Post-Redirect-Get Pattern to Avoid Duplicate Form Submissions
25. Your Class Project: Create a Form and Save the Form Data to a Database
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