From your posting in a thread below, you are at the beginner level in the learning phase. It will take you quite a while before you become competent. I would suggest you grab hold of this book and work through it doing some of the exercises.
Beginning PHP and MySQL: From Novice to Professional by W. Jason Gilmore
You could also visit the nettuts website, search for beginning php, and view their video tutorials.
When you feel you have reached some maturity in this PHP/MySQL subject, go look at, for example, SourceForge[^] who have a number of Open Source projects under some level of development.
Go to this page here and it gives a full rundown of how-to for differing applications. XAMPP or WAMP products are very good. I have tried XAMPP and it installs very easily and sets up very well. Easy to use and learn. It installs mysql, php, apache etc for you all at once as I assume WAMP does also. To answer one of your posts, either product provides a whole package for you to begin.
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