PHP is a a widely-used general-purpose server side scripting language especially suited to creating dynamic web pages, and can be easily embedded into HTML.

PHP is becoming far more popular as web developers can easily inlcude the PHP code with their HTML code. The error messages generated by PHP (when a programming error occurs) are also far easier to understand and, therefore, to correct, than the more generic PERL error messages. PERL (CGI) is an alternative server side scripting language.

All of Red Rook PHP 4. A PHP 5 option is also available upon request.

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