Guide to PHP and MySQL (Buffalo State College Version)
XMLHttpRequest() which is sent to the back-end server and also handles the information returned from the server.
Next, yYou need to create the PHP code to handle
XMLHttpRequest() and send back the data from the server to the web page.
Task - Create a PHP Web Site
For this task you will create a well-designed electronic system web site demonstrating your understanding of good design principles and appropriate PHP and MySQL usage. You may choose the type of system (retail, business-to-business, non-profit fund raising, auction, classified ads, etc.).
- This site should contain (at a minimum):
- a home page (about this site),
- a login page (reguires a back-end registraton system) with:
- a register page
- a forgot password page
- a database-driven table page (inventory or classified offerings for example),
- back-end catalog and user maintenance systems accessible only by a user designated as an 'admin',
- a page displaying an order form along with an appropriate "success/thanks" page,
- a back-end set of tables to store shopping cart and orders information,
- a "Welcome Back" page that displays a user's orders and shopping cart (if one exists) after the user logs in,
- a final "Contact Us" form page.
- Use well-designed navigation so that the user can get to any page from any other page in this site. You may want to create a separate nav.php file and use the
php_include_onceto use the same navigation throughout the site.
You will modify the PHP function for this item in your index.php page to add a link to your web site files that allows me to view your work.
You *MUST* use the W3C Unicorn Validator to validate your HTML5/CSS3 code.