PHP COURSE OUTLINE :

PHP Stands for Hypertext Preprocessor, PHP is an open source server-side language which is used for creating dynamic web pages.
Our PHP training & workbooks explains you each technology separately, shows you how to combine them, and introduces valuable web development concepts.

By the end of Training, you’ll have all the skills required to design and build your own websites or even start a career with one of the thousands of companies that have a website.

In our training program you will quickly learn how to build interactive, websites with the powerful combination of HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT, JQUERY, BOOTSTRAP, MySQL, Core PHP, Advanced PHP, WordPress, Codeigniter- the top technologies for creating modern sites.

PHP 6 Month Training Syllabus in Detail:

Course Content Duration Timing Source
 HTML           2 Weeks   6hrs a day & 2hrs         extra for  practice   100% Practical training on live projects

 

Practice & Home work    on Daily Workbooks        design by A2IT

 CSS           2 Weeks
 JavaScript           1 Weeks
 jQuery           1 Weeks
 Bootstrap           1 Weeks
 MySQL           2 Weeks
 Core PHP           2 Weeks
 Advanced PHP           3 Weeks
 CMS-Wordpress           3 Weeks
 Framework-Codeigniter           3 Weeks
 Project +  Working with cpanel           4 Weeks
 Basic English
 Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PPT, Computer Basic

We recommend doing HTML and CSS (and JavaScript) first. Having a good understanding of HTML will help you down the track with PHP. CSS is going to make your HTML look pretty and then JavaScript will make it all nice and interactive.

Then, once you’ve done HTML, CSS and most likely JavaScript, you’ll have a nice background for learning PHP. Or, you could skip .you could use something else like Ajax. PHP will be easy to get your head around because PHP files works with the Apache HTTP Server just like static HTML files, except that they’ll be executed when requested and generate dynamic web pages.

The Famous database used with PHP is MySQL.