There are various reasons for having a website of your own, but one of the most common reasons for someone to build their own website is to let people know that you have something to offer to them.
Just received the Zend certified PHP Engineer certificate by mail, sent from ZEND in USA, had passed the PHP Zend 200-550 on 19th March 2016 (Saturday), below link is for the detail, Passed Zend Certified PHP Engineer Examination Some of the benefit includes using Zend Certified Engineer logo, ZCE profile, join LinkedIn group etc.
A few XAMPP configuration points to send the email from PHP by using gmail account, 1, \xampp\sendmail\sendmail.ini smtp_server=smtp.gmail.com smtp_port=587 firstname.lastname@example.org (your gmail account) auth_password=your passowrd 2, \xampp\php\php.ini sendmail_path = “\”D:\PHP\xampp\sendmail\sendmail.exe\” -t” 3, gmail account sign-in & security setting, set Allow less secure apps: ON If this is not set, the sending email will fail.
Although my everyday work is not involving PHP, this technology interest me as it’s popular Web programming language, powerful and easy to use, my blog was built by WordPress(PHP/mySQL), it’s natural to look at the Zend PHP 5.5 Certification as a method to learn and develop the knowledge about PHP, and maybe add a little logo on my CV, I know this is a challenge, I am glad to take it.
Setup the Eclipse + XAMPP + WordPress debugging system in my Windows Vista system, it takes quite considerable effort to figure out the workable way to all of these, record down the procedure.