At it's most basic description PHP is a programming language that can be embedded into html.
That's boring and just barely the tip of the iceberg! You can use PHP to do any type of server-side scripting to generate a dynamic web page - calculations, database connectivity, cookies, create images and pdfs, read and write files on the local server or even a remote server.
A redesign for an existing site set up in a very confusing, multi site way. Next phases of this project will include removing old content, adding 301 redirects and getting rid of the unnecessary multi site settings.
The Toronto Waterfront Business Improvement Area needed a new site to showcase local businesses and help visitors get around.
A blog for Dr. Michael Geist, a law professor at the University of Ottawa. His original site was Joomla and 1000's of posts and comments had to be imported.
By collecting reviews from multiple sources this aggregator promotes Canon lenses.
A marketing tool used to advertise a sale on Canon lenses and camera bundles. Included links to purchase products on different sites like Henry's or BestBuy.
Online rsvp form for TODAY Show producers to track the number of guests expected for the live broadcast.
To promote an upcoming album, MGMT made a 45 minute video available exclusively to rdio.com users.
Users were brought to this Old Navy landing page by Shazam-ing a pre movie commercial.
Each letter of a twitter search result (based on the phrase you enter or defaulting to #FITC) will be coloured to match it's overlay position on the image you upload. The end result is your image recreated with tweets.