How to Create a Basic Website Design Template Using PHP, CSS, and XHTML Part 3 of 3
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Learn how to create a basic static page website design template using php, css, and xhtml. Using website templates like the one you'll learn to make here helps cut down on the rewriting of code and saves you a ton of time. This is a basic template we'll use to build more advanced website designs and templates.
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