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I know there a lot of tutorials on the internet about this, but they are not what I am looking for. What I want to know is if you can make a secure blog with only HTML and PHP. I am not looking for a super long tutorial and explanation. I just want the fundamentals of making a secure blog with only HTML and PHP. Please let me know if this is not possible. Thanks for any answers in advance!

What I have tried:

Thanks for all the help and advice!
Sandeep Mewara 8-Oct-20 2:00am    
You would need some database and some client side code via Javascript. Only with HTML & PHP you would not be able to have a blog.
W Balboos, GHB 8-Oct-20 9:21am    
Just a thought for you - maybe it will save you from further searches and inquiries:

If a blog could be done much more simply, as you'd wish to do it, wouldn't that be something already done and tutorials available?
Gerry Schmitz 8-Oct-20 13:27pm    
You "secure" the server; nothing to do with your "static" blog html and php. Most "beginner tutorials" will do; it's the server part you need to get a handle on.
Landon Soo Hoo 8-Oct-20 13:53pm    
OK, is there any way to do this without SQL?
Gerry Schmitz 9-Oct-20 11:49am    
"Blogs" don't require SQL. Blog is a corruption of "log": writing some stuff in a journal format. Blog sounds better than Bdiary. Same thing.

In your case, you create an "index" page with some links to "blog" episodes. The more episodes, the fancier the links, like "This Year", This Month, etc. Just "links"; no SQL, databases, etc. required.

(You don't even need PHP; just HTML. And any ISP hosting package will have pretty decent tools included to help with that. You'd be "blogging" within a day).

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