PHP is the most widely used web programming language in the world. 80% of websites use PHP. However, we hear a lot on the internet that PHP is just a bad programming language. But, it isn’t true. I have explained here why PHP is a good choice for web development.
PHP is a programming language as revolutionary as it is simple. It is not the most modern, but, years after its birth, it continues to enjoy great popularity. According to the latest data reported by w3techs, PHP is used by 78% of sites, including the well-known Facebook, WordPress, and Wikipedia.
A common choice in today's web world is to use PHP programming. PHP is the multipurpose scripting language that is especially suited for web page development. What makes PHP the best option for web development in 2021? Its clarity in design, well-organized modules, and better technology maintenance make it the most popular language in today's industry. Its popularity and credibility may be related to the fact that reputable organizations such as Harvard University or the social network Facebook are based on PHP. This is possible because PHP sites can be easily maintained, improved, and updated from time to time.
Lately, we are receiving many communications from users of the NOD 32 virus who tell us that said antivirus detects a supposed virus in PHP Webquest. On the one hand, we are pleased to see that so many users are not only using the program, but also installing it on their servers, but on the other, we are concerned that they may think that we have put software into circulation on the Internet without being fully convinced that the security of its users is guaranteed. In this regard, we mean that:
PHP is a server-side programming language used on the Internet to create dynamic web pages. It is often combined with MySQL, a relational database server that can store the information and variables that PHP files can use. Together they can create everything from the simplest website to a complete business website, an interactive web forum, or even an online role-playing game.

We recently had the good fortune to come into contact with a Greek developer, Panagiotis Tsiotakis, who has translated PHP Webquest into the Greek language. We have added that language to the international version of PHP Webquest, bringing the number of languages ​​currently available to 11. Panagiotis...

As you know, one of the options available to the administrator of a PHP Webquest installation is to make a backup copy of the database, which is highly recommended for obvious reasons of precaution and security. However, the restoration of this backup is not done through...