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![PHPBridge Logo](/img/phpbridge-logo.png)

This site is maintained by [PHPWomen](http://phpwomen.org). If you find something that could be improved, please make a [pull request](https://github.com/phpbridge/docs) or [drop us a note](https://github.com/phpbridge/docs/issues/new) via GitHub Issues (no technical knowledge required).

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Instructions for installing PHP on your computer. You are required to do this before going to a PHP workshop!

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The "classic" PHPBridge curriculum (Suggestotron). Takes you step-by-step through making a PHP app, one line at a time.

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HTML + CSS for beginners. Make a website, no server required!

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# PHPBridge curriculum-related FAQ

### Can I use the PHPBridge curricula at my event?
Anyone can use this site! It's under a Creative Commons license ([CC-BY,  specifically](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/)), which means you're welcome to share, remix, or use our content commercially. In fact,
we are based on the fantastic work done by [RailsBridge](http://railsbridge.org).

Slightly different: if you're organizing an event and wonder if it could be considered a PHPBridge Workshop, we just have two requests:

* The event should be free of charge.
* The event should work toward making tech more welcoming!

If you're not doing those two things, you can totally still use the site, we just ask that you not call your event a PHPBridge workshop.
(For example you can use "PHP Workshop featuring the PHPBridge curriculum".)

### I want to help, but I don't know how.
First, [make a GitHub account](https://github.com/). Then, [create an issue](https://github.com/phpbridge/docs/issues) with the idea you have. We'll help you turn it into reality (assuming it's in line with our lofty goals :D).

Don't know what you could work on? Browse the [issues list](https://github.com/phpbridge/docs/issues) for ideas.

### I have different question about PHPBridge.
Reach out to us on [Twitter @phpbridge](http://twitter.com/phpbridge) or via email <[email protected]>