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I'm developing a site using mysql and php.
For the backend database I use mysql and my htm page consists of both HTML and PHP scripts.
It was suggested that I use 3 tier architecture to seperate the business logic and the presentation layer.
My problem is , how do I use a 3 tier architecture to build a site using php and mysql.

Being a newbie, I'd appreciate any help I can get.

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I'm developing a site using mysql and php.
For the backend database I use mysql and my htm page consists of both HTML and PHP scripts.
It was suggested that I use 3 tier architecture to seperate the business logic and the presentation layer.
My problem is , how do I use a 3 tier architecture to build a site using php and mysql.

Being a newbie, I'd appreciate any help I can get.

I think that seperating the business logic and presentation, rather than being true 'three tier', is more of a MVC structure. I think you should look into Symfony or CakePHP.

Or Rails of course (but its not PHP)

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Are these something similar to Dreamweaver?

No. Dreamweaver is an editor.

These are frameworks written in PHP that help simplify the web development process; especially interaction with databases and keeping your code organised (MVC style)

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