-How to begin and end a PHP script
-Using the "echo" command
-Creating & assigning variables
-Writing a function
-Using an include
**Note: To append variables to other variables, use the period (.) to connect them. For example:
$first_name = 'Nick'; $last_name = 'Ray'; echo $first_name.' '.$last_name; //this outputs "Nick Ray" with a space in between.
To set a variable to another variable's value, just type $newVariable = $oldVariable; filling in these labels with your own.
Topics of this video tutorial:
-Creating a database in phpMyAdmin for Wordpress to use
-Downloading and moving code to appropriate place (on local machine)
-Setting up Wordpress
-Posts, Pages, Themes, Plugins, Widgets, and how to create a new user.
Topics covered in this video:
-Using the while loop in PHP
-Making big blocks of HTML easier to write by closing/opening PHP in the middle of a loop
-Introduction to jQuery
-Linking to the jQuery file
-Attaching code to an element on the page
-Attaching code to a click event
-Using hide(), show(), addClass(), removeClass(), css() and animate()
*Note, not all of the code needs to be rewritten for you assignment. Choose one thing to happen when a user clicks on an element in your page.