Installing PHP IDE in Eclipse

Firstly after starting Eclipse IDE, select Install New Software by going to Help->Install New Software you will be getting the above prompt there by clicking on down arrow mark select the repository, i have selected the Galileo repository or if not available add the repository by giving name as Galileo Update Site and url as http://download.eclipse.org/releases/galileo/ than click Ok.
After selecting the above repository, it takes some time for loading and displays as above.
The PHP Development Toolkit will be present in the web,XML and JavaEE Development Group.
After Selecting the Web,XML and JavaEE Development Group in it select the Check Box of PHP Development Toolkit and click on Next to continue.
After Selecting the PHP Development Toolkit it displays the list of packages related to PHP are going to be installed by default with PDT, Just click on next and continue.
After selecting the Packages before installing it prompts for Accepting the License agreement, just go through the License agreement, select accept and click on next to continue.
Now it starts installing by downloading packages from the eclipse repository, for downloading packages it takes time based on your internet speed.
After Downloading for installing packages it displays the security warning due to unsigned content, if you want you can check out the details or just continue by clicking on ok.
After successful installation Eclipse requests for restarting, you can select yes if you want to restart & apply changes or select no if you are in middle of some work or just select to apply changes and you can restart later.
Finally after restarting the eclipse you can check PHP installed by clicking on the File->New->Other  you see a window prompt like above and there select the PHP File or PHP project and you can start working.

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