FAQ & How-to

KillerVideoStore How-to

You can download your videos here: http://www.killervideostore.com/user-login.php

... Just use your email address to log in.

Once you've downloaded the videos, you can burn them to your own DVD or save them on a backup drive.

The videos are packaged in zip files. If you have Windows 7 or above, you just need to double-click on each zip file to unpack the videos from the zip containers.

If you have Windows XP, you may need to download the FREE zip program:

Do NOT buy the commercial versions of these programs. Use the free versions.

The Courses:

If you have any problems running the videos, you may need to download the free Quicktime video player: http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/

I'm a small businessman in a very big, competitive city. I have an idea for a web application that can really enhance my business if I can get it written (I have no programming experience at all). However, I find that the expense is too large for me to pay to have it written for me. So, I found an online tutorial for html and css. These two written tutorials got me started - I learned some tags, but not how to write a web page. I then bought a php/mySQL book for beginners. I worked through all 400+ pages and the accompanying CD. At the end of all this work I was intellectually excited to continue learning, but STILL could not do anything functional for my business.

Then I found killerphp.com.. I did their php and mySQL videos and WOW - I got real, usable information in a structured format that makes perfect sense. I just purchased the web design video from killersites.com and can't wait to get started. By the time I complete all the videos I will be able to write a web page and connect it to a mySQL database using PHP. The video instructor, Stefan, is a talented teacher. He has created a resource that is perfect for the beginner that wants, or needs, to get some real work done.


Fine course, comprehensive and a good mix of video and audio. A few remarks though:
- Sometimes the source files only provide the end product and not the start (e.g. chapter 3, concerning HTML5, CSS and jQuery). That makes it difficult to 'click-along' and it gives lots of spoilers.
- Sometimes the leaps in speed and assumed knowledge are a quite big. Then one really has to pay attention, otherwise you might get lost. On the other hand, you can always pause the video...
But all in all, the course certainly gives value for money. I will definitely come bak for another course (unless this one is so good that there is no need to...

Erwin Albrecht

Very good course with alot of informations. Handling of pictures could be more substantial. Sometimes boring repetitions (fileformat, when opening a new picture or design).
But in general very satisfactory. A follow-up would be welcome

Scholer Robert
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