However, I've immediately run into a problem...?
And it's just with the simple, first, "Hello World!" script.
The problem has to do with the single and double quote marks, and the line break symbol.
<?php print('Hello, World!\n ...Hello, again\n');?>
<?php print("Hello, World!\n ...Hello, again\n");?>
Display like this:
Hello, World!\n ...Hello, again\n
Hello, World! ...Hello, again
The first PHP line, which uses a single quote symbol in the print string displays the \n rather than sending a line break.
The second PHP line, which uses the double quote symbol, doesn't display the \n, but it also doesn't do a line break.
Any idea what the problem is.... and it seems to me that the double and single quotes should act the same way...