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Lesson 6 - E-shop in PHP - Making the project runnable

In the previous lesson, E-shop in PHP - Implementing actions and adding libraries, we modified our framework. In today's tutorial, we'll update the project in order to make it work again (after the changes we made to the overall controller structure). We'll update all of the forms that are to be rendered by the form framework as well.


Let's remove everything that's related to forms from style.css, since they're now on a separate style sheet. Remove the following selectors:

input[type="submit"] {

input[type="submit"]:hover {

input[type="text"], input[type="email"], input[type="password"] {

input[type="submit"] {

textarea {


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In this tutorial, we'll make the project runnable again after the structural changes. We'll split controllers up and generate forms using the framework.

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