Scripting Tutorials & Guides
Welcome to the Freeola Internet customer support pages. The following list of links represent a few guides available on the internet which you may find useful for reference when creating your site(s). For more internet help topics please visit our main Support Page.
This is not an exhaustive list of utilities available and Freeola are not responsible for the content of any external websites or the content/links held therein.
w3cschools - This site gives gives several tutorials and guides on creating PHP and HTML pages and elements.
Hot Scripts - This is a very good archive of scripts that you may wish to use on your site including hit counters, guest books, e-commerce and voting/polling systems to name but a few.
HTML/XML Validator - This handy site checks and validates any web page you create. For further information on Markup Validation please click here.
CSS Validator - A similar site to the one above, except for validating CSS code.
Tizag - Another site that is full of HTML and PHP creation tutorials.
UK PHP - The official guide from the UK developers of PHP. This contains a significant amount of reference information about all the functions and variables that you will need when compiling a website that includes PHP.
PHP Builder - This website is quite useful as a quick reference guide.
Expert Web Install - A useful selection of the most frequently asked questions regarding CGI & Perl.
Once created all web pages will need to be uploaded using a system called File Transfer Protocol, often abbreviated to FTP. Freeola provides a series of guides for this programs, a list of which can be found here. However, some of the more popular ones are listed below.
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