PHP Forms: How to Submit an HTML Form to a MySQL Database Using PHP
Updated for HTML5, CSS3 and PHP7. A remake of my most popular YouTube series. Learn how to create an HTML5 form, build a MySQL database to store your data and the PHP7 code to connect them together. Plus, how to secure your form at every stage including preventing SQL injection, XSS attacks, data validation and more. You get access to the final source code with this course.
Course Type: Video Downloads
Runtime: 2 hours 11 minutes
Source Code: Included
Forms are the internet. Look at any popular application or website… Facebook, Twitter, Google, WordPress, YouTube. You use a form to submit a Facebook post, a tweet, a search, post a blog or upload a video. Knowing how to submit data from a form into a database opens you up to be able to create all kinds of amazing things.
Take Wufoo Forms, for example.
It’s a simple online service that helps non-techies to build online forms. It was started in 2006 with just $118,000 in angel investments. By 2011, it sold to SurveyMonkey for $35 million. And, as of 2014, SurveyMonkey, itself, is valued at $2 billion.
So, this is a huge industry.
Learning this one thing could be all you need.
Now, nearly a decade ago, I created PHP forms tutorial. And, for those 10 years, it has remained my most popular tutorial, by far… with 781,458 views on YouTube. But, it’s nearly a decade old. So, no HTML5, no CSS3, no PHP7. That’s why I created this course.
To bring that tutorial up to date.
To show you the latest in HTML5 and ensure its compatibility with CSS3 and PHP7. To teach you the concept of “Layered Defense” and how secure your online forms against hackeres, spammers and anyone with bad intentions.
So, whether you’re looking to create the “next big thing”…
Or, just need a simple contact form.
This course will teach you the skill that’s responsible for all of it. It’s six lessons, just over 2 hours of runtime and includes the final source code for you to download and use as you see fit. Click the “Add to Cart” button to enroll.