This introduction to PHP by W.J. Gilmore published at Developer Shed in March of 1999 starts out by helping you get your feet wet with the language, followed by instruction on forms and variables and MySQL database interfacing and output.
This series of articles from Developer Shed introduce the newcomer to many PHP related topics, such as conditional structures, database techniques, file interaction and much more.
This article in Developer Shed explains how to setup APache, MySQL and PHP 3 on your server. It then explains how to create a database and shows the basics of making a PHP script.
A fairly active message board on all developer related PHP topics.
This article at Developer Shed, written by Duncan Lamb in September of 1999, explains how to grab headlines from a remote web site, and allow users to login and have custom content delivered based on preferences set in cookies.
PHP-resource includes hundreds of Scipts and Tutorials on the most popular and the most needed topics for a web developer like PHP,HTML, DHTML, Perl, Java(Script) and CGI.
This is a framework for advanced PHP users only.
Cognifty lets the developer program PHP, it doesn't try to be any other language or any other framework.
Here are some key features of "Cognifty":
This tutorial guides you through the process of creating an entire mailing list solution capable of handling multiple lists with web-based administration. This article appeared in Developer Shed in December of 1999 and was written by Duncan Lamb.
Provides explanation and sample code on using PHP with the GD graphics library to produce GIF, JPEG or PNG images on the fly.