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PHP

Randy Hoyt
STAFF
Randy Hoyt
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Launch: PHP: Cleaning URLs with Subfolders

I'm happy to announce that the next stage in my latest PHP project has been released! We look at a number of important PHP concepts during the stage. Here's the full description:

The web addresses in our store have various technical pieces in them, like a .php file extension. Cleaning up the web addresses can help optimize them for search engines, make them easier to remember or to guess, and make them more likely to endure the same over time. We’ll cover a number of concepts as we remove the extension, including subfolders, constants, and absolute and root-relative paths.

2 Answers

samiff
samiff
31,206 Points

Think you had a blog post on this previously, but was waiting for the video version :smile: I'll check it out soon, thanks!

Jake White
Jake White
41,721 Points

Just finished this course. I noticed the change to the code challenge. I definitely like the new style.