This tutorial will build on the previous PHP form tutorial, introduce some more concepts of PHP form processing, HTML forms and form validation, and instead of saving data to a text file, we will save data to a MySQL database. This tutorial will assume that you've read the first tutorial and that you have a basic understanding of SQL and MySQL.
Note: Using Simfatic Forms you can create feature-rich web forms without coding. Visually design the form, get the form submissions by email, save to database and more. Read more about Simfatic Forms.