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I just finished the html form section. I would like to learn to send the information from the form...where to go next?

Should I go to PHP, Ruby, Rails, etc?

3 Answers

Dane Parchment
Dane Parchment
Treehouse Moderator 11,075 Points

Personally I prefer PHP, it is what I user professionally, and it is much easier to set up, learn, and implement. However, I recommend that you also make sure you have a solid grasp of html and css.

I would say php but in order to use php you must have a solid grasp of html.

Thanks guys! I have been learning html and css and been able to implement them as well with some site projects I've been doing for the past couple months. Forms and data process is something I know I need to know.